Manuel Sinor
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Dramatic roles

Manuel Sinor is truly extraordinary. A very beautiful, very sustained intensity.
(Radio-Canada CHFA, for Le cadeau d'Einstein)

Sinor creates an excellent Haber, nicely arcing through confidence and frustration, evoking both sympathy and disgust.
(Vue Weekly, for Le cadeau d'Einstein)

The talent of the actors, including or perhaps more especially that of Manuel Sinor, who plays the German officer, makes you forget that you are in a theatre.
(Bulles de culture, for Résistantes)

Manuel Sinor plays with accuracy the terrible German officer.
(L'Oeil d'Olivier, for Résistantes)

But the male actors also perform strongly: Manuel Sinor chills us with his interpretation of a coldly ironic German officer.
(Ciné Séries Culture, for Résistantes)

Top-notch performance by Sinor... A reptilian slick take on the character.
(See Magazine, for Antigone)

Excellent performance by Manuel Sinor, who portrays the blind father with remarkable intensity.
(Plein Espace, for Guerre)

Manuel Sinor offers us a flawless performance as the now blind father...
(MonThéâ, for Guerre)

Controlled, yet physical acting [...] As the out-of-step father, who's become somewhat monstrous, Manuel Sinor sometimes seems to straddle the line between the tragic and the absurd.
(Le Devoir, for Guerre)

A promising actor from France, Manuel Sinor, brilliantly rises to the challenge posed by his character's blindness.
(Montréal Campus, for Guerre)

The emotional shambles of the situation hover over Sinor's performance as though Fitz will never make a decision; when he does, it's as though a sense of oneness has been achieved.
(Vue Weekly, for Fitz)

Comedic roles

Manuel Sinor is excellent. An acting tour-de-force.
(Radio-Canada CHFA: Le Café show, for Back to Methuselah)

A funny and charismatic performance by lead actor Manuel Sinor cements this one as a real winner.
(Entertainment Maven, for The Incident)

The two actors give us a verbal joust that's at once merciless, funny and pathetic. We're kept on our toes from start to end.
(The Link, for Un parfum de Montgolfière)

And they laugh... As the talented trio go about their silly business. Fact is, the actors made everything work for laughs.
(The Gazette, Montreal, for Three Musketeers)

Manuel Sinor's James had the most zingers, which scored a hit with the crowd.
(Charlebois Post, for The Permanent Guest)

A hilarious, note-perfect performance by Manuel Sinor.
(Vue Weekly, for G & G vs. The Frenchman)

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