Caroline Tillette

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Caroline Tillette
Born (1988-07-16) 16 July 1988 (age 29)
Paris, France
Occupation Actress

Caroline Tillette (born 16 July 1988 in Paris) is a French-Swiss actress.

She attended classes at Cours Florent. After several short films, she made an appearance in Plus belle la vie in 2008 playing Pauline, the daughter of a mafia Don. In 2009, she joined LAMDA (the London Academy of Music and Drama) and had a role in Gainsbourg, vie héroïque directed by Joann Sfar. In 2011 she played Albertine Simonet in the television movie À la recherche du temps perdu directed by Nina Companeez.[1][2]

Filmography[edit]

  • Projet ODIN by Cedric Peyster
  • Carole by Maxime Foulon
  • Le Café by Jean-Mathieu Gennisson
  • Mon Dieu à moi by Mousavi
  • 2008 : Plus belle la vie (TV): Pauline
  • 2009 : Gainsbourg, vie héroïque directed by Joann Sfar
  • 2011 : À la recherche du temps perdu directed by Nina Companeez: Albertine Simonet
  • 2011 : Bienvenue à bord directed by Eric Lavaine: Sonia's secretary Jerome Berthelot
  • 2012 : Populaire directed by Régis Roinsard: The vamp
  • 2012 : Interview with a Hitman directed by Perry Bhandal: Bethesda

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