|Born||6 July 1991|
Victoire Thivisol (born 6 July 1991) is a French film actress.
She first gained acclaim for her role as a child coping with her mother's death in the 1996 film Ponette, becoming the youngest actress to win the Volpi Cup Best Actress Award at the Venice Film Festival. She later went on to star in Children of the Century and Chocolat (2000), both as the daughter of Juliette Binoche. In 2007 she was cast in Les grands s'allongent par terre (2008). The director, Emmanuel Saget, was so impressed with her that he subsequently rewrote the film around her character.
|1996||Ponette||Ponette||Volpi Cup for Best Actress|
Young Artist Award for Best Young Performer in a Foreign Film
|1999||The Children of the Century||Solange|
|2005||Le bal des célibataires||Jeanne||TV movie|
|2008||Grown-Ups Lie Down on the Ground||Gena|
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