Zoé Félix in 2008
7 May 1976 |
Zoé Félix (born 7 May 1976) is a French actress.
She was discovered by an agent at the age of 17 in a bus. Two years after, she decided to contact the agent to find little acting jobs in order to pay her studies at the Beaux-Arts. She attended the Beaux-Arts for two years.
Finally she got the acting bug and decided to seriously become an actress. In 1998, she got her first acting experience in Olivier Dahan (director of La vie en rose)'s film Déjà mort. She portrayed Carole in the French horror thriller Captifs. In 2008, she played Julie in the Dany Boon film Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis, an enormous success in France.
Her mother is a fashion PR and her father organizes concerts in France like those of Madonna or the Rolling Stones among others. She is married to Benjamin, the director of a parisian bar, Le Rosie, in the 18th arrondissement of Paris.
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