Prix Romy Schneider

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Not to be confused with Romy (TV award).

The Prix Romy Schneider (Romy Schneider Award) is the most prestigious award for promising upcoming actresses in the French film industry.

It was initiated in 1984 by the French journalists Marlène and Eugène Moineau and is named after the actress Romy Schneider (1938–1982). The prize is awarded by a jury each year in Paris in conjunction with the Prix Patrick Dewaere (formerly the Prix Jean Gabin).

Recipients[edit]

In 1994, the German actress Sandra Speichert was the first non-French –and so far the only German– recipient. The youngest recipient was Vanessa Paradis (17 years old in 1990), the oldest Marie-Josée Croze (40 years old in 2010).

Year Recipient Country
1984 Christine Boisson France
1985 Élizabeth Bourgine France
1986 Juliette Binoche France
1987 Catherine Mouchet France
1988 Fanny Bastien (fr) France
1989 Mathilda May France
1990 Vanessa Paradis France
1991 Anne Brochet France
1992 Anouk Grinberg France
1993 Elsa Zylberstein France
1994 Sandra Speichert Germany
1995 Sandrine Kiberlain France
1996 Marie Gillain Belgium
1997 Julie Gayet France
1998 Isabelle Carré France
1999 Mathilde Seigner France
2000 Clotilde Courau France
2001 Hélène de Fougerolles France
2002 Emma de Caunes France
2003 Ludivine Sagnier France
2004 Laura Smet France
2005 Cécile de France Belgium
2006 Mélanie Laurent France
2007
not awarded
2008 Audrey Dana France
2009 Déborah François Belgium
2010 Marie-Josée Croze Canada
2011 Anaïs Demoustier France
2012 Bérénice Bejo Argentina/France
2013 Céline Sallette France
2014 Adèle Exarchopoulos France

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