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Anne Consigny

Anne Consigny (born 25 May 1963 in Alençon, Orne[1]) is a French film actress who is active since 1981. She received a César Awards nomination for Best Actress for her role in the film Je ne suis pas là pour être aimé (2005). She is also known for her role as Claude in the 2007 drama The Diving Bell and the Butterfly and as Elizabeth in the 2008 film A Christmas Tale, for which she was nominated the César Award for Best Supporting Actress.

She is the daughter of Pierre Consigny,[1] who was the head of cabinet for the Prime Minister Maurice Couve de Murville. She has five siblings. One of her brothers is the writer and publicist Thierry Consigny, author of "La Mort de Lara".[2]

She has a son, with French film director Benoît Jacquot, born on 26 June 1988. Her son, Vladimir Consigny, is also an actor.

Filmography

Year Title
2012 The Returned
2012 You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet!
2010 E-LOVE
2009 Rapt
2009 Le dernier pour la route (One for the Road)
2009 Bambou
2009 Un ange à la mer (Angel at Sea)
2009 Les herbes folles (Wild Grass)
2009 La première étoile
2009 John Rabe
2008 Largo Winch
2008 L'ennemi public n°1 (Mesrine)
2008 Un conte de Noël (A Christmas Tale)[3][4]
2008 Le grand alibi
2008 Coupable (Guilty)
2007 Le scaphandre et le papillon (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly)[5]
2007 Anna M.
2006 On va s'aimer
2006 Du jour au lendemain
2005 Je ne suis pas là pour être aimé (Not Here to Be Loved)[6]
2004 36 Quai des Orfèvres (Department 36)
2004 L'équipier (The Light)
2003 En jouant 'Dans la compagnie des hommes' (Playing 'In the Company of Men')
1988 Alice
1985 Le soulier de satin (The Satin Slipper)
1981 Yume, yume no ato (Dream, After Dream)

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
  • AlloCiné (French)

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