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Adèle Haenel

Adèle Haenel
Adèle Haenel in 2012
Born (1989-01-01) 1 January 1989
Paris, France
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present

Adèle Haenel (born 1 January 1989) is a French actress.[1] She has been nominated twice for the César Award for Most Promising Actress, in 2008 for her performance in Water Lilies (2007) and in 2012 for House of Tolerance (2011).[2] In 2014, Haenel was awarded the César Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Suzanne.[3]

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Les Diables Chloé
2006 Water Lilies Floriane Nominated—César Award for Most Promising Actress
2009 Déchaînées Lucie TV movie
2010 Adieu Molitor La copine de Paulin Short film
2010 Les Grandes Forêts Lise Short film
2010 Pauline Short film
2011 Iris in Bloom Isabelle
2011 House of Tolerance Léa Prix Lumières for Most Promising Actress
Shooting Stars Award
Nominated—César Award for Most Promising Actress
2011 Heat Wave Amélie
2011 Les Enfantants de la Nuit Heriette Short film
2011 Goldman Jeanne TV movie
2012 Folks Short film
2012 Alyah Jeanne
2012 Three Worlds Marion Testard
2012 La Mouette Macha TV movie
2013 Suzanne Maria César Award for Best Supporting Actress
2014 Les Combattants Madeline
2014 In the Name of My Daughter Agnès Le Roux
2015 Spiritismes
2015 Les Ogres
2015 Les Innocentes

References

  1. ^ Google Translate
  2. ^ Adèle Haenel, comédienne «déchaînée» qui refuse de dépendre du goût des autres Les Quotidiennes. 29 May 2010. French
  3. ^ Wins Best Film"Me, Myself and Mum"France's Cesar Awards: . Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 3 May 2014. 

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