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Sandrine Kiberlain

Sandrine Kiberlain

Sandrine Kiberlain began her film career in 1986 with bit parts in several French films, but once she was cast in Vèra Belmont's Milena (aka The Lover) her career began to take off. In 1992, Pascale Bailly offered Kiberlain the chance to be one of his principal characters in How to Make People, which the actress followed with Jean-Pierre Ronssin's The Indecisive Guy, where she met her husband-to-be Vincent Lindon.

In 1994, she turned heads with her performance of a high-class in The Patriots, which brought Kiberlain her first César Award nomination in the category of Best Promising Actress. She took home the César the next year for her role in To Have or Not, which also brought her a Best Actress Award at the Brussels International Film Festival.

In 1996, Kiberlain tested her dramatic capabilities with A Self-Made Hero and Beaumarchais the Scoundrel. And in 1998 and 1999, she earned two more César nominations for her roles in Seventh Heaven and For Sale.

In addition to numerous dramatic and comedic roles, Kiberlain met with great success, especially with her 2001 performance in Alias Betty, for which she won the Best Actress Award at the Montreal World Film Festival and the Chicago International Film Festival.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.

Sandrine Kiberlain Facts

BirthdayFebruary 25, 1968 (54)
BirthplaceParis, France
Height5' 8½" (1m74)  How tall is Sandrine Kiberlain compared to you?

Selected Filmography

Being 17
Mademoiselle Chambon
Apres Vous
The Apartment
The Women on the 6th Floor
Tip Top
Women on the 6th Floor
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