Alice Pol

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Alice Pol
Alice Pol.jpg
Alice Pol in 2013
Born (1982-12-03) 3 December 1982 (age 35)
Réunion, France
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003–present

Alice Pol (born 3 December 1982) is a French actress. She is known for playing the role of Anna Zvenka in Supercondriaque.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
2003 Fragile Sophie Jean-Louis Milesi TV Movie
2004 Plus belle la vie Zoe Christophe Andrei, Charli Beléteau TV Series (3 Episodes)
Julie Lescaut Amélie Bernard Uzan TV Series (1 Episode)
Ma terminale Edith Stéphane Meunier TV Series
2005 Belle, enfin possible Narrator Régis Roinsard Short
2008 Tutto o niente Claire Christophe Fustini Short
Sous le soleil Chloé William Gotesman TV Series (1 Episode)
Vilaine Jessica Jean-Patrick Benes, Allan Mauduit
Mafiosa Aurélie Éric Rochant TV Series (1 Episode)
2009 Queen to Play Natalia Caroline Bottaro
Juste un peu d'@mour Inès Nicolas Herdt TV Movie
2010 À 10 minutes de la plage Lupita Stéphane Kappes TV Movie
Trahie! Laura Charlotte Brandström TV Movie
Le miroir The mother Sébastien Rossignol Short
Romantics Anonymous Adèle Jean-Pierre Améris
Domino(S) Waitress Charles Poupot Short
2011 La loi selon Bartoli Aline Juano Charlotte Brandström (2), François Velle TV Series (1 Episode)
La croisière Alix's collaborator Pascale Pouzadoux
Une folle envie The student Bernard Jeanjean
2012 Quitte ou double Emilie Alexandre Coffre Short
Merlin The seller Stéphane Kappes (2) TV Mini-Series (1 Episode)
Un plan parfait Corinne Pascal Chaumeil
2013 Au bonheur des ogres The psychiatrist Nicolas Bary
Joséphine Diane Agnès Obadia
Il neige sur Acapulco Magalie Aurelien Drach Short
2014 Supercondriaque Anna Zvenka Dany Boon
2015 The Disappearance Camille Guérin Charlotte Brandström (3) TV Series (8 Episodes)
Qui c'est les plus forts? Sam Charlotte de Turckheim
Un plus une Alice Hanel Claude Lelouch
2016 Cézanne and I Alexandrine Zola Danièle Thompson
2017 Raid dingue Johanna Pasquali Dany Boon (2)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'Superchondriac' Continues Boffo Run in France". Variety. Retrieved 5 April 2014. 

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