In 1969, Louise Bombardier began acting in theatre productions in her native Eastern Townships. She studied the arts, then more specifically theatre at L’Option-Théâtre de St-Hyacinthe. She quickly developed an interest in playwriting leading to collaborations with a variety of theatrical companies such as Théâtre du Sang Neuf, Gyroscope, Théâtre Petit à Petit. She also has performed on stage in the theatre as well as participated in a number of television series. In addition to having penned several plays, Louise Bombardier has also performed in France, English-speaking Canada and Mexico. She has written several dramas for Radio-Canada, youth programming for television, two short films, and a collection of short stories entitled Flambant noir published in the fall of 2005 (Lanctôt Éditeur). Louise Bombardier also authored Petits fantômes mélancoliques, contes autistes (Éditions 400 Coups) leading to its production at the Festival international de littérature (FIL) in September 2007, in Munich in March 2008 and at Usine C by Pigeons international in January 2009.