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Charlotte Valandrey

Charlotte Valandrey
Born Anne-Charlotte Pascal
(1968-11-29) 29 November 1968
Paris, France
Years active 1985–present
Awards Ours d'argent (1986)

Charlotte Valandrey (née Anne-Charlotte Pascal; born 29 November 1968 in Paris, France) is a French actress. After early success she was widely tipped for stardom, but her career took a more modest course until the release of her autobiography in 2005.

Early life

Born into an affluent family, Valandrey grew up in Brittany in north-western France. From the age of six she lived in the small coastal town of Val-André, from which she took her professional name in 1985.

Career

Valandrey's debut film was Véra Belmont's 1985 political drama Rouge Baiser, in which she played Nadia. Her highly acclaimed performance as a young communist in 1950s Paris was rewarded with an Ours d'argent and the César award for "Most Promising Actress" the following year. She also won the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the 36th Berlin International Film Festival.[1]

Personal life

Valandrey's autobiography, "L'Amour dans le sang" ("Love in the Blood"; published in 2005), revealed her HIV status and the effect it had on her career.[2] She also received a heart transplant in August 2003.[3]

In March 2007, after selling over 280,000 copies of her book, Charlotte gave approval for its adaptation in the TV movie, L'Amour dans le sang. Produced by Dominique Besnehard for Mon Voisin Productions, it was first broadcast on 23 November 2008 on France 3.

Charlotte is a patron of the Greffe de vie ("Foundation of Life Registry") and is committed to the cause of organ donation and transplantation.

In 2001, she gave birth to her daughter Tara, who is HIV-negative.[2] On 4 November 2003 she underwent a heart transplant.[2]

Résumé

Film

  • Le Bal des actrices (2009) (aka The Actress' Ball) … Directrice de casting pour Yvan Attal (director: Maïwenn Le Besco)
  • Orlando (1992) … Princess Sasha (director: Sally Potter)
  • Toujours seuls (1991) … Charlotte (director: Gérard Mordillat)
  • Fucking Fernand (1987) … Lily (director: Gérard Mordillat)
  • Les Fous de Bassan (1987) … Olivia Atkins (director: Yves Simoneau)
  • Taxi Boy (1986) … Corinne (director: Alain Page)
  • Rouge baiser (1985) (aka Red Kiss) … Nadia (director: Véra Belmont)

Television

  • L'Amour dans le sang … 2008
  • Tout va bien c'est Noël! … Christine; 2004
  • Penn sardines … Soizic Le Bihan; 2004
  • Napoléon … Madame Coigny; 2002
  • La Rançon du chien … Sophie; 1996
  • L'Énigme d'un jour … 1995
  • Charlotte dite «Charlie» … 1995
  • Babyfon - Mörder im Kinderzimmer … 1995
  • The House That Mary Bought … 1995
  • Meurtre à l'étage … 1995
  • L'Éternel Mari … 1993
  • Albert Savarus … 1993
  • En compagnie … by Antonin Artaud 1993
  • Un flic pourri … 1992
  • Le Gang des tractions … 1991
  • Les Cordier, juge et flic … Myriam Cordier; 1991–2000
  • Una casa a Roma … 1988
  • Sueurs froides … Zoé in "La panne" (#1.14); 28 May 1988 (director: Michel Leroy)
  • Bonjour maître … 1987
  • Il Giudice istruttore … 1987

Theatre

  • La Mémoire de l'eau … 2007
  • Les Mains sales de Jean-Paul SartreThéâtre Antoine; 1998 (director: Jean-Pierre Dravel)
  • Roméo et Jeannette de Jean AnouilhThéâtre de l'Œuvre; 1993 (director: Daniel Ivernel)

References

  1. ^ "Berlinale: 1986 Programme". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2011-01-17. 
  2. ^ a b c Valandrey, Charlotte, L'Amour dans le sang, Le Cherche midi, 9 September 2005, (ISBN 2290353663)
  3. ^ Randall, Colin; "Actress tells of her life with HIV in French best-seller" Telegraph.co.uk, 17 October 2005

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