Léa Drucker

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Léa Drucker
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Léa Drucker in 2006
Born (1972-01-23) 23 January 1972 (age 43)
Caen, France
Occupation Actress

Léa Drucker (born 23 January 1972) is a French actress.

Born in Caen, Normandy, she is the niece of the television presenter Michel Drucker, and of the ex-president of the M6 television chain, Jean Drucker. Her father Jacques is a medical doctor, and her mother, Martine, an English teacher. She is the cousin of the journalist Marie Drucker, daughter of Jean Drucker.

Having followed courses at the École of the rue Blanche, ENSATT (the École nationale supérieure des arts et techniques du théâtre) in Paris, her career has encompassed both classical theatre pieces like Le Misanthrope, and contemporary plays such as Blanc by Emmanuelle Marie.[1] She has twice been nominated for a Molière Award for best female newcomer, in 2001 for her role in Danny et la grande bleue, and in 2004 for 84 Charing Cross Road.


  • The Blue Room (2014)
  • Pauline et François 2010
  • Les Meilleurs Amis du monde 2010
  • Pièce montée (Denys Granier-Deferre) 2010
  • Cyprien (David Charhou) 2009
  • Le Bruit des gens autour (Diastème) 2008
  • Coluche, l'histoire d'un mec (Antoine de Caunes) 2008
  • Tel père telle fille (Olivier de Plas) 2007
  • Les Brigades du Tigre 2006


  1. ^ "FRAGMENTS D’UN DICTIONNAIRE AMOUREUX : LÉA DRUCKER" (in French). Retrieved July 21, 2011. 

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