Mélanie Thierry

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Mélanie Thierry
Mélanie Thierry Césars 2011.jpg
Melanie Thierry at the César Awards 2011
Born Mélanie Thierry
(1981-07-17) 17 July 1981 (age 33)
Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1996-present
Partner(s) Raphael Haroche

Mélanie Thierry (born 17 July 1981 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Yvelines) is a French actress best known to international audiences for her role as Aurora in the 2008 film Babylon A.D.

Biography[edit]

Mélanie Thierry began her career as a sought-after child and teen model in France, then moved into acting. She began with a series of roles in French productions, choosing her parts carefully as most of them were critically acclaimed. Not long thereafter, the actress scored an international crossover hit at age 18 as the love interest of ship-bound Danny Boodman T.D. Lemon 1900 in The Legend of 1900. She also appeared opposite Rufus Sewell in two episodes of the popular BBC costume drama Charles II: The Power and The Passion, playing the king's French mistress Louise de Kérouaille.

Thierry made her Hollywood debut in the 2008 film Babylon A.D., as Aurora.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Thierry has a son named Roman, born 24 May 2008 with long-term partner Raphaël Haroche.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1996 L'amerloque Henriette TV film
1998 The Legend of 1900 The Girl
1999 Quasimodo d'El Paris Agnès / Esméralda
2000 Canone Inverso Sophie Levy
2002 Jojo La Frite
2003 Charles II: The Power and The Passion Louise de Kéroualle aka The Last King (TV mini-series)
2007 Chrysalis Manon
2007 Pu-239 Oxsana
2008 Babylon A.D. Aurora
2008 Largo Winch Naomi
2009 You'll Miss Me Ornella
2009 One for the Road Magali aka Le dernier pour la route
2010 L'Autre Dumas Charlotte Desrives
2010 The Princess of Montpensier Marie de Montpensier
2011 Impardonnables Alice
2012 Henry V Princess Katherine BBC Two TV film
2013 Back in Crime Hélène Batistelli
2013 Pour une femme Léna
2013 The Zero Theorem Bainsley

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mélanie Thierry". Biography. allmovie. Retrieved 2011-04-19. 

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