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Hélène de Fougerolles

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Hélène de Fougerolles
Hélène de Fougerolles 2017.jpg
De Fougerolles at the Globe de Cristal Awards ceremony in February 2017
Born
Hélène Christine Marie Rigoine de Fougerolles

(1973-02-25) 25 February 1973 (age 49)
Vannes, Morbihan, France
OccupationActress
Years active1992–present
Spouse
Éric Hubert
(m. 1997; div. 2004)
Children1

Hélène Christine Marie Rigoine de Fougerolles (French pronunciation: ​[elɛn də fuʒʁɔl]; born 25 February 1973) is a French actress[1][2] who was twice nominated for the César Award for Most Promising Actress (known as the French Oscar)[3][4][5][6] for Arthur Joffé's Let There Be Light (1998) and Jacques Rivette's Va savoir (2001) for which she was also awarded the Prix Romy Schneider. de Fougerolles spent the first phase of her career in auteur cinema[7] appearing in such films as Jean-Pierre Mocky's Le Mari de Léon (1992), Patrice Chéreau's La Reine Margot (1994), Cédric Klapisch's Le Péril jeune (1994), Philippe Harel's The Story of a Boy Who Wanted to Be Kissed alongside Marion Cotillard, Mathieu Kassovitz's Assassin(s) (1997) or Baltasar Kormákur's The Sea (2002). She played Madame de Pompadour twice, in Fanfan la Tulipe (2003) alongside Penélope Cruz[8][9] and Robin Davis' Jeanne Poisson (2006). As of 2021, she has starred in more than 60 cinema, television and stage productions[10] and her book T'inquiète pas, maman, ça va aller (2021) about her daughter's autism[11][12] is published throughout the french-speaking world.[13][14][15][16][17]

Early life

de Fougerolles in 2009.
de Fougerolles in 2009.
By Studio Harcourt in 2008.
By Studio Harcourt in 2008.

De Fougerolles was born on 25 February 1973 in Vannes, Morbihan, France and spent years of her childhood in Guadeloupe. The daughter of wine salesman Alain Rigoine de Fougerolles and breton sailing publicist Anne Saumay de Laval. Her parents divorced when she was three. Through her mother Anne Saumay de Laval, de Fougerolles is a descendant of Gilles de Rais,[18] knight and lord from Brittany, Anjou and Poitou[19] and companion-in-arms of Joan of Arc[20] believed to be the inspiration for Charles Perrault's Bluebeard (1697).[21] She was initially planning to become a beautician, but she began to study acting at age 15. She later attended acting classes in Paris and briefly attending the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York City.[13][22]

Personal life

De Fougerolles was married to Éric Hubert in 1997 and they have a daughter, born in 2003. The couple later divorced in 2004. She is vegan.[23]

Career

In 1999, de Fougerolles auditioned for Danny Boyle's The Beach to act alongside Leonardo DiCaprio but casting directors immediately told her that she was not mysterious enough as she arrived with blond hair in pigtails. She asked them if she could "be an extra or serve coffees there, three months in thailand, it sounds idyllic!". Although firstly reticent because the actress was already established in the industry, they finally accepted. As journalists were not allowed to come take pictures on set, the only picture the press could have of Guillaume Canet and Virginie Ledoyen before shooting started, was their departure at Paris airport with de Fougerolles. They made it the cover of Studio Magazine from which the international press reported her as officially cast. This eventually lended her lines edited out of the final cut but present in the dvd extras.[24]

She made her first ever theatrical stage appearance in Occupe-toi d'Amélie! alongside Bruno Putzulu at the Théâtre de la Michodière in Paris from September 2012 to May 2013.

Filmography

Year Title Role Director Notes
1993 Le Mari de Léon [fr] Geneviève Jean-Pierre Mocky
1994 Jeanne la Pucelle II - Les prisons Jeanne de Bar Jacques Rivette
La Cité de la peur Sandy Brookshield Alain Berbérian
L'Histoire du garçon qui voulait qu'on l'embrasse Kissing girl on the bridge Philippe Harel
La Reine Margot A courtesan Patrice Chéreau
Le Péril jeune Christine Cédric Klapisch
1992–1995 Le Collège des cœurs brisés [fr] Anne-Marie
  • Olivier Altman
  • Gérard Espinasse
Television series (37 episodes)
1995 Été brulant Natacha Jérôme Foulon Television film
1996 When the Cat's Away A model Cédric Klapisch (2)
Le Cheval de cœur [fr] Véronique Charlotte Brändström Television film
Long cours Charlotte Alain Tasma Television film
1995–1997 Avocat d'office [fr] Marie Moretti Television series (2 episodes)
1997 La Divine Poursuite [fr] Karine Michel Deville
Assassin(s) Hélène Mathieu Kassovitz
La Leçon de Monsieur Paillasson Michel Fessler Short film
1998 Que la lumière soit Jeanne Arthur Joffé Nominated — César Award for Most Promising Actress
1999 The Fall Márta Kiss Andrew Piddington
De source sûre Muriel Laurent Tirard Short film
Un café... l'addition Julie
  • Félicie Dutertre
  • François Rabes
Short film
2000 The Beach Beach Community Member Danny Boyle
Le Prof [fr] Manon Alexandre Jardin
2001 Mortel Transfert Olga Kubler Jean-Jacques Beineix
Va savoir Dominique 'Do' Jacques Rivette (2) Nominated — César Award for Most Promising Actress
2002 The Race Léonore de Segonzac Djamel Bensalah
The Sea Françoise Baltasar Kormákur
2003 Fanfan la Tulipe Madame de Pompadour Gérard Krawczyk
Vertiges Lisa Weber Laurent Carcélès Television series (1 episode)
Lapin intégral The girl Cécilia Rouaud Short film
2004 Ne quittez pas ! Air Hostess Arthur Joffé (2)
Innocence Mademoiselle Edith Lucile Hadžihalilović
Si j'étais elle [fr] Alice Stéphane Clavier Television film
Le Plus Beau Jour de ma vie [fr] Lola Julie Lipinski
Les gens honnêtes vivent en France [fr] Agnès Leroux Bob Decout
2005 Einstein's Big Idea (E=mc2 - Une biographie de l'équation) Émilie du Châtelet Gary Johnstone Television film
2006 Incontrôlable [fr] Marion Raffy Shart
Sable noir Juliette Olivier Megaton Television series (1 episode)
Les Aristos Marie-Stéphanie Montcougnet Charlotte de Turckheim
Jeanne Poisson, marquise de Pompadour [fr] Madame de Pompadour Robin Davis Television film
Des fleurs pour Algernon [fr] Alice David Delrieux Television film
Pardonnez-moi Billy Maïwenn
2007 New Délire [fr] Paula Éric Le Roch
2008 Papillon noir [fr] Laura Christian Faure Television film
Sans état d'âme [fr] Jeanne Vincenzo Marano
Les Dents de la nuit [fr] Jessica Conti
  • Stephen Cafiero
  • Vincent Lobelle
2009 Mutants Sonia David Morley
Tricheuse [fr] Clémence Jean-François Davy
Les Fausses Innocences [fr] Mathilda Stembert André Chandelle Television film
Sommeil blanc Camille Jean-Paul Guyon
2011 Maman ! [fr] Léa Hélène de Fougerolles Short film
Moi et ses ex [fr] Alice Vincent Giovanni Television film
2013 Le collier du Makoko Henri-Joseph Koumba Bididi
2015 Le Secret d'Élise [fr] Alexandre Laurent TV miniseries
Accusé [fr] Claire Brattner Television series (1 episode)
2016 Arrête ton cinéma Marion Diane Kurys
Les Liens du cœur [fr] Gaëlle Régis Musset Television film
Meurtres à Strasbourg [fr] Katel Leguennec Laurence Katrian Television film
2017 La Loi de Julien [fr] Séverine Delamarche Christophe Douchand Television film
2017 Mention particulière [fr] Fanny Christophe Campos Television film
2018 Balthazar Hélène Bach Television series

Theatre

Original Poster of Occupe-toi d'Amélie
Original Poster of Occupe-toi d'Amélie

Awards and nominations

References

  1. ^ Besson, Patrick (5 February 2014). Premières séances: Mon tour du monde du cinéma (in French). Fayard. ISBN 978-2-213-68378-2.
  2. ^ "Hélène de Fougerolles : retour sur son histoire d'amour avec Antoine Arnault". Femme Actuelle (in French). Retrieved 4 November 2021.
  3. ^ Kiefer, Halle (12 March 2021). "French Actress Dons Donkey Costume, Strips Nude in César Awards Demonstration". Vulture. Retrieved 5 October 2021.
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  11. ^ Fougerolles, Hélène de (24 February 2021). T'inquiète pas, maman, ça va aller (in French). Fayard. ISBN 978-2-213-71977-1.
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  15. ^ "Hélène de Fougerolles aime plusieurs personnes : son polyamour choisi". www.journaldesfemmes.fr (in French). Retrieved 4 November 2021.
  16. ^ Média, Prisma. "Hélène de Fougerolles : son gros coup de folie pour affronter son stress sur un tournage - Voici". Voici.fr (in French). Retrieved 4 November 2021.
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  18. ^ Cazacu, Matei (21 September 2017). Gilles de Rais (in French). Tallandier. ISBN 979-10-210-2789-3.
  19. ^ Bossard, Eugène (1992). Gilles de Rais, maréchal de France, dit Barbe-Bleue (1404-1440): d'après des documents inédits (in French). Editions Jérôme Millon. ISBN 978-2-905614-72-8.
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