Mathilde Seigner

Mathilde Seigner (born 17 January 1968) is a French actress.

French actress (born 1968)
Mathilde Seigner

Seigner in 2009
Born (1968-01-17) 17 January 1968 (age 53)

Paris, France
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–present[1]
Partner(s) Mathieu Petit

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Seigner was born in Paris. She is the granddaughter of actor Louis Seigner (1903–1991). She is the sister of Emmanuelle Seigner and a niece of Françoise Seigner.

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Her acting performances have been confined to French-language films, but she has appeared in a number of notable productions. She won Best Actress at the Montreal World Film Festival in 2001 for her role in Betty Fisher and Other Stories and has been nominated for a César Award three times.

She studied comedy at Florent (very famous French school of theater), before making her first appearance in theaters in 1994, alongside her sister Emmanuelle in Smile Claude Miller. She received the Prix Michel Simon in 1995 for her role in Rosine. Two years later, she won a Cesar Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Nettoyage à sec.

She won the “Romy Schneider Prize in 1999. Mathilde Seigner is appreciated for her spontaneity and strong character, she quickly gained favor with the public, thanks to the nostalgic Une hirondelle a fait le printemps (2001) as a city dweller who discovers the joys of the countryside. She appeared in Le passager de l’été, Zone libre, and Dance avec lui. With 3 amis, she returned to comedy, in such films as Tout pour plaire and Détrompez-vous.

She returned in 2009 with three dramatic comedies about family (Quelque chose à te dire, Trésor and Une semaine sur deux (et la moitié des vacances scolaires)). After Fini les vacances (2010), she appeared in Camping 2 and the remake of La guerre des boutons (2011).

In 2012, Seigner appeared in Dans la tourmente and Max. In September 2013, she appeared onstage. Two years after L’amour, la mort les fringues, she appeared in Nina, a comedy in which she is the heroine alongside François Berléand and François Vincentelli, as her husband and lover, respectively.

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From 1998 to 2001 she had an affair with the comedian Laurent Gerra.

From 2002 to 2005, she was a couple with the actor Antoine Duléry.

Since October 2006, Seigner has lived with Mathieu Petit, a cameraman; they have a son.[citation needed]

She is the sister-in-law of film director Roman Polanski, who married her sister Emmanuelle in 1989.

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