Born in Paris, to a French father and an English-Australian mother, I spent my childhood first in Paris, and then in Melbourne.
On my return to France, I studied literature and theatre, before finally deciding on a career as an actress.
I first trained with Jean-Laurent Cochet, formerly of the Comedie Francaise and also discovered mask and Commedia Dell’Arte with Argentinian, Luis Jaime-Cortez. I then trained with American Jordan Beswick, a former teacher at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York, followed by Scott Williams, a former student of Sanford Meisner.
Alongside this, I performed in the theatre — classic plays (Love Labour’s Lost, Macbeth, The School of Husbands…), as well as contemporary pieces (The Country, by Martin Crimp, The End at Last, by Peter Turini…). I also featured in various short films and on television, including Jo, starring Jean Reno, and Versailles, directed by French filmmaker, Jalil Lespert.
I have wide experience as a voice artist in both English and French: for the last 20 years I have lent my voice to a multitude of documentaries, soundtracks, advertisements and short plays. Since 2009, I have been perfecting my singing skills as a lyrical soprano, with Marie-France Lahore, performing in occasional concerts.
Now resident in Paris, I dedicate my time to acting, singing (both classical and contemporary), writing. My first book, a memoir, is due to be published in February 2016.