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Louise Bourgoin

Louise Bourgoin

Louise Bourgoin burst onto French cinema screens with Anne Fontaine’s La Fille de Monaco, for which she was César-nominated for Most Promising Actress. Within two years, she stepped into the lead role of intrepid journalist in Luc Besson’s blockbuster The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec. She won over the public with her heart-breaking portrayal of a pregnant woman in A Happy Event by Rémy Bezancon presented during the Toronto Film Festival. Her dramatic performance in Going Away by Nicole Garcia revealed the scope of her talent.

Now, transitioning from roles created for her, Je suis un soldat – selected for Un Certain Regard at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, where she plays a dog trafficker, to small parts in Hollywood, such as the American satirical thriller Mojave alongside Oscar Isaac and Mark Wahlberg.

Next, she makes the move from silver screen to small screen alongside Aaron Eckhart in the first episode of Romanoffs, an upcoming series created by Mad Men’s Matthew Weiner

“Louise Bourgoin radiates with positivity, with creativity, with potential. As we celebrate women’s worth at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, we’re intrigued to watch this actress on-screen radiance move into the next chapter of her career as an actress and an artist” Pierre-Emmanuel Angeloglou, L’Oréeal Paris Global President.

"As we celebrate women’s worth at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, we’re intrigued to watch this actress on-screen radiance move into the next chapter of her career as an actress and an artist"

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