Anne Consigny (born 25 May 1963 in Alençon, Orne) is a French film actress who has been active since 1981. She received a César Awards nomination for Best Actress for her role in the film Je ne suis pas là pour être aimé (2005). She is also known for her role as Claude in the 2007 drama The Diving Bell and the Butterfly and as Elizabeth in the 2008 film A Christmas Tale, for which she was nominated the César Award for Best Supporting Actress.
She is the daughter of Pierre Consigny, who was the head of cabinet for the Prime Minister Maurice Couve de Murville. She has five siblings. One of her brothers is the writer and publicist Thierry Consigny, author of "La Mort de Lara".
She has a son, with French film director Benoît Jacquot, born on 26 June 1988. Her son, Vladimir Consigny, is also an actor.
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- ^ "Je ne suis pas la pour etre aime", The New York Times (New York Times)
- ^ A. O. Scott (November 30, 2007), "Body Unwilling, a Mind Takes Flight", The New York Times (New York Times)
- ^ Dennis Lim (October 31, 2008), "Candy and Coal in a Gallic Stocking", The New York Times (New York Times)
- ^ A. O. Scott (November 14, 2008), "Ah, Home for the Holidays and Extra Helpings of Family Dysfunction", The New York Times (New York Times)