Virginie Lemoine

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Virginie Lemoine
Born (1961-02-26) 26 February 1961 (age 55)
Suresnes, France
Occupation Actress, humorist

Virginie Lemoine (born 26 February 1961 in Suresnes) is a French actress.[1] By her marriage with actor Alexandre Bonstein, she also has Swiss nationality.

Career[edit]

Virginie Lemoine attended acting school at the Conservatory in Rouen. From 1982 to 1990, she played theater on stage, and regularly participated in the show Ainsi font font font, hosted by Jacques Martin on France 2. In 1991, she became a radio host in the show C'est aussi bien à l'ombre and Le Vrai Faux Journal. In 1992, Laurent Gerra and Lemoine Virginie became a comedy duo and appeared in many television shows and became very popular.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Director Actor
1996 Golden Boy Hélène Tiercelin Jean-Pierre Vergne
Les 2 papas et la maman Mother "Bébé Nobel" Jean-Marc Longval
Smaïn
Tendre piège Serge Moati TV Movie
1998 Un mois de réflexion Sarah Serge Moati (2) TV Movie
Petite menteuse Cécile Thierry Chabert TV Movie
1999 Tombé du nid Sonia Édouard Molinaro TV Movie
2000 Le mystère Parasuram Marie Chapsky Michel Sibra TV Movie
2001 Tania Boréalis ou L'étoile d'un été Isabelle Patrice Martineau TV Movie
Les désirs sauvages de mon mari m'ont presque rendue folle Madame Grandval Eric Civanyan TV Movie
2001-present Famille d'accueil Marion Ferrière TV Series (81 Episodes)
2002 Ma femme s'appelle Maurice Marion Audefey Jean-Marie Poiré
2003 Les gaous Igor Sekulic
2004 La tresse d'Aminata Mireille Dominique Baron TV Movie
2005 La vie est à nous ! The mother Gérard Krawczyk
2015 La boule noire Nora Ferreira Denis Malleval TV Movie

Theater[edit]

  • 1999 : Mariages et conséquences, by Alan Ayckbourn, Théâtre de la Renaissance
  • 2006 : Si c'était à refaire, by Laurent Ruquier, Théâtre de la Renaissance
  • 2009 : Tout le plaisir est pour nous de Ray Cooney

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Virginie Lemoine — Biography" (in French). Evene. Retrieved 17 January 2010. 
  2. ^ "Virginie Lemoine — Biography" (in French). Pure People. Retrieved 17 January 2010.