Clotilde Hesme at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival
30 July 1979 |
Troyes, Aube, France
Clotilde Hesme (born 30 July 1979) is a French actress, best known for playing Lilie in Philippe Garrel's Regular Lovers and Alice in Christophe Honoré's Love Songs. She is also known for the role of Adèle from the TV series Les Revenants.
Clotilde Hesme was born in Troyes, Aube, a city in the interior of France. Her parents were civil servants and her sisters Annelise Hesme and Élodie Hesme are also actresses.
She studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique (CNSAD) in Paris, during this time she made several plays. Her first work out of the theater was at the 1999 short film Dieu, que la nature est bien faite!. While she was acting on a play in Paris she was noticed by Jérôme Bonnel that she was cast in her first film Le Chignon d'Olga in 2002.
At the beginning of her career she was cast in some supporting roles, as in Le Chignon d'Olga, Focus and À ce soir , and she remained acting in French plays.
In 2005 she starred alongside Louis Garrel in Philippe Garrel's Regular Lovers, it was her first main role at the cinema. After the film she starred the short film Comment on freine dans une descente? in 2006.
In 2007 she starred for the second time a film with Louis Garrel, in this time Christophe Honoré's Love Songs, a role that earned her the 2008 SACD Awards for Female Revelation and a César Awards nomination for Most Promising Actress. Also in 2008 she was nominated for a Molière Award for her performance in Marivaux's La Seconde Surprise de l'amour.
In 2009 she made an appearance in Christophe Honoré's The Beautiful Person. In 2010 she appeared in one of the main roles of the Portuguese film, directed by the Chilean Raúl Ruiz in his last work, Mysteries of Lisbon alongside an international cast.
In 2011 starred the French film Angèle et Tony and won for the role of Angèle a César Award for Most Promising Actress. In 2012 starred Three Worlds directed by Catherine Corsini, the film competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
|1999||Dieu, que la nature est bien faite!||Copine||Short|
|2002||Le Chignon d'Olga||Marion|
|2004||À ce soir||Mathilde||Short film|
|2006||Comment on freine dans une descente?||Nadine||Short film|
|2007||Love Songs||Alice||SACD Awards for Female Revelation
Nominated—César Award for Most Promising Actress
Nominated—Lumières de la presse étrangère for Most Promising Actress
Nominated—Etoiles d'Or de la Presse du Cinéma Français for Most Promising Actress
|2007||La paire de chaussures||Gabrielle|
|2007||Le fils de l'épicier||Claire|
|2008||The Beautiful Person||Mme. de Tournon|
|2008||De la guerre||Louise|
|2008||Les liens du sang||Corinne|
|2009||La seconde surprise de l'amour||La marquise|
|2009||Angelo, tyran de Padoue||Tisbé|
|2009||Les derniers jours du monde||Iris|
|2010||Mysteries of Lisbon||Elisa de Montfort|
|2011||Angèle et Tony||Angèle||César Award for Most Promising Actress
Nominated—Lumières de la presse étrangère for Best Actress
|2012||The Returned||Adèle||TV series|
|2013||La collection - Ecrire pour... le jeu des sept familles||Anna|
|2014||Pour une femme||Madeleine|
|2014||Le souffleur de l'Affaire||Sarah Bernhardt|
|2014||Le Dernier Coup de marteau||Nadia|
- "James Thierrée et Clotilde Hesme récompensés". SACD. Retrieved April 9, 2011.
- "2012 Official Selection". Cannes. Retrieved 2012-05-20.
- "Cannes' female-free directors line-up criticized". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2012-05-20.
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