Isabelle Carré

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Isabelle Carré
Isabelle Carré Cabourg 2011.jpg
Isabelle Carré in 2011
Born 28 May 1971 (1971-05-28) (age 43)
Paris, France
Other names Izzy
Occupation actress
Years active 1989–present
Spouse(s) Bruno Pésery (2006–present)[1]
Partner(s) Clément Sibony (1999–2005)[1]
Isabelle Carré at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.

Isabelle Carré (born 28 May 1971) is a French actress, who has appeared in more than 40 films since 1989. She won a César Award for Best Actress for her role in Se souvenir des belles choses (2001), and has been nominated a further six times, for Beau fixe (1992), Le Hussard sur le toit (1995), La Femme défendue (1997), Les Sentiments (2003), Entre ses mains (2005) and Anna M. (2007).

Since 26 August 2006, she has been married to film producer Bruno Pésery, with whom she has a son, Antoine, born on 11 October 2008.[1] Her brother, Benoît Carré, is a member of the band Lilicub.

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Director
1992 Beau fixe Valerie Christian Vincent (director)
1994 The Horseman on the Roof the tutor Jean-Paul Rappeneau
1995 Beaumarchais Rosine Édouard Molinaro
1996 Les Soeurs Soleil Murielle Jeannot Szwarc
The Banned Woman Muriel Philippe Harel
1998 Children of the Century Aimée d'Alton Diane Kurys
1999 The Children of the Marshland Marie Jean Becker
Season's Beatings Annabelle Danièle Thompson
2000 Taking Wing
2001 He Loves Me... He Loves Me Not Rachel Laetitia Colombani
2002 Beautiful Memories Claire Poussin Zabou Breitman
2003 Holy Lola Géraldine Bertrand Tavernier
Les Sentiments
2004 Entre ses mains Claire Gauthier Anne Fontaine
2006 Private Fears in Public Places Gaëlle Alain Resnais
Anna M. Anna M. Michel Spinosa
2007 The Fox and the Child narrator Luc Jacquet
2008 Cliente Fanny Josiane Balasko
2010 The Refuge Mousse François Ozon
Romantics Anonymous Angélique Jean-Pierre Améris
2014 Respire Mélanie Laurent

Theatre[edit]

  • 1990: Une Nuit de Casanova
  • 1990: La Cerisaie
  • 1992: L'École des Femmes
  • 1993: On ne badine pas avec l'amour
  • 1993: Il ne faut jurer de rien
  • 1993: Le Mal court
  • 1995: Dostoïevsky va à la plage
  • 1995: Le père humilié
  • 1995: Arloc
  • 1996: Slaves
  • 1999: Mademoiselle Else
  • 2000: Résonances
  • 2001: La Tragedie d'Othello, le maure de Venise
  • 2001: Léonce et Léna
  • 2002: Hugo à deux voix
  • 2003: La Nuit chante
  • 2004: L'Hiver sous la table
  • 2006: Blanc
  • 2009: Un garçon impossible by Petter S. Rosenlund, directed by Jean-Michel Ribes

Awards[edit]

Nominations[edit]

Theatre[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Isabelle Carré : bio de Isabelle Carré". Gala.fr. Retrieved 2009-07-28. 

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