Sandrine Kiberlain

Sandrine Kiberlain

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    • February 25th, 1968
Sandrine Kiberlain (born on 25 February 1968 in Boulogne-Billancourt) is a French actress and singer. She has often worked with the director Laetitia Masson, and has also worked with Benoît Jacquot. Kiberlain received the Prix Romy Schneider in 1995. In addition to her acting career, she also has recorded an album (Manquait plus qu'ça, released in 2005), which has been well received in France. Her second album Coupés bien net et bien carré was released in October 2007. She was born Sandrine Kiberlajn - her four grandparents were Polish Jews who came to France in 1933. Kiberlain attended Cours Florent 1987 - 1989 and CNSAD 1989-1992. She was married to the actor Vincent Lindon. Description above from the Wikipedia article Sandrine Kiberlain, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Acting (31 Credits)

2021Another World
2021Hear Me Out as Claire
2019Sweetheart as Héloise
2018In Safe Hands as Karine, une travailleuse sociale
2018Black Tide as Solange
2018The Other Woman as Isabelle
2016Being 17 as Marianne
2015The Sweet Escape as Rachelle
2015Florida as Carole
2014Number One Fan as Muriel Bayen
2014Life of Riley as Monica
2013Tip Top as Sally Marinelli
2013Violette as Simone de Beauvoir
20139-Month Stretch as Ariane Felder
2013Les gamins as Suzanne
2012The Players as Marie-Christine
2011Beur sur la ville as Diane Dardenne
2011Polisse as Mrs. de la Faublaise
2010The Women on the 6th Floor as Suzanne Joubert
2010A View of Love as Clotilde Palestro
2009Mademoiselle Chambon as Véronique Chambon
2009Little Nicholas as La maîtresse
2003Après Vous as Blanche Grimaldi
2001Alias Betty as Betty Fisher
1999Nothing About Robert as Juliette Sauvage
1998For Sale as France Robert
1996Beaumarchais the Scoundrel as Marie-Thérèse
1996A Self-Made Hero as Yvette
1996The Apartment as Muriel
1994The Patriots as Marie-Claude
1990Cyrano de Bergerac as Sister Colette


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