Anaïs Demoustier

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Anaïs Demoustier
Anais Demoustier Cabourg 2018.jpg
Anaïs Demoustier in 2018
Born
Anaïs Aude Marie Michèle Demoustier [1]

(1987-09-29) 29 September 1987 (age 33) [2]
Lille, France
OccupationActress
Years active2000–present
Partner(s) Jérémie Elkaïm
Children1

Anaïs Demoustier (French:  [anais dəmustje] ; born Anaïs Aude Marie Michèle Demoustier; 29 September 1987 [2] ) is a French actress. She has appeared in more than fifty films since 2000.

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Personal life

During the filming of Marguerite & Julien , Demoustier began dating her co-star, Jérémie Elkaïm. [3] In December 2015, it was announced that the couple were expecting their first child. [4] Demoustier gave birth to a daughter in March 2016. [5] [6]

Filmography

Anais Demoustier at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival Anais Demoustier Cannes 2012.jpg
Anaïs Demoustier at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival
YearTitleRoleNotes
2000Marty's WorldJennifer
2003 Time of the Wolf Eva
2004Conflit de canardsGirlShort film
2006Pour de vraiShort film
2006Ma culotteLydiaShort film
2006BarrageLydie
2006L'année suivanteEmmanuelle
2006C.I.D.Roxane BelliniTV series (episode: "Abus de faiblesse")
2007 Hellphone Clémence
2007 The Price to Pay Justine Ménard
2007ReportersMorganeTV series (1 episode)
2007RaymondBertille / Lucille / Eddy (voice)TV series
2007Au bout de mon rêveLaetitiaTV movie
2007Les murs porteursMélanie Rosenfeld
2007Un bébé tout neufShort film
2008 The Beautiful Person Catherine
2008 Les Grandes Personnes Jeanne
2008 Give Me Your Hand Clémentine
2009Sois sageÈve
2009Angelo, tyran de PadoueTV movie
2009 Les Petits Meurtres d'Agatha Christie LouiseTV series (episode: "La plume empoisonnée")
2010Sweet EvilCéline
2010Monsieur l'abbéShort film
2010Dans la jungle des villesJuliaShort film
2010George and FanchetteFanchetteTV movie
2010 Belle Épine Sonia Cohen
2010ElsewhereJeanne
2010 Living on Love Alone Julie Bataille
2010FractureAnna KaganTV movie
2010PaulinePaulineShort film
2011 Elles Charlotte
2011 The Snows of Kilimanjaro Flo
2011Des noeuds dans la têteÉliseShort film
2011Last WinterJulie
2012 Thérèse Desqueyroux Anne de la Trave
2012Fille du calvaireShort film (uncredited)
2012La joie de vivrePaulineTV movie
2013 Quai d'Orsay Marina
2013Loulou, l'incroyable secretScarlett (voice)
2014Situation amoureuse: C'est compliquéJuliette
2014 Bird People Audrey Camuzet
2014 Paris Follies Marion
2014 Ariane's Thread Martine / Actress
2014 The New Girlfriend Claire
2015 All About Them Mélodie
2015 Caprice Caprice
2015 Marguerite & Julien Marguerite de Ravalet
2015DémonsJennaTelefilm
2016 Sophie's Misfortunes Madame de Fleurville
2016 The Girl Without Hands The Young GirlVoice
2017Demain et tous les autres jours
2017 Jalouse Mélanie Pick
2017 La Villa Bérangère
2017Cornelius, le meunier hurlant
2018 Sauver ou périr
2018 Au poste ! Fiona
2019 Alice and the Mayor César Award for Best Actress
Nominated - Lumières Award for Best Actress
2019 Gloria Mundi

Awards and nominations

YearNominated workAwardCategoryResult
2008L'Année suivante César Awards Révélations des César N.A
2009 Les Grandes Personnes Cabourg Film Festival Best Female NewcomerWon
2009Les Grandes Personnes César Awards Most Promising Actress Nominated
2010Sois sage César Awards Révélations des César N.A
2010 Berlin International Film Festival Shooting Stars Award Won
2010L'Enfance du mal Karlovy Vary International Film Festival Best ActressWon
2011 Living on Love Alone César Awards Most Promising Actress Nominated
2011 Prix Romy Schneider Won
2011Le Problème Molière Award Best Female NewcomerNominated
2011 The Snows of Kilimanjaro Étoiles d'OrBest Female NewcomerWon
Elles Won
2011La Joie de vivreFestival de la fiction TV de la RochelleYoung Actress AwardWon
2012Elles Eurasia International Film Festival Best Female PerformanceWon
2015 All About Them Cabourg Film Festival Best ActressWon
2019 Alice and the Mayor French Cesars Best ActressWon

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References

  1. "Filmographie Anaïs Demoustier". La Voix du Nord . Archived from the original on 29 November 2014. Retrieved 22 November 2014.
  2. 1 2 "Anaïs Demoustier". AlloCiné . Retrieved 17 December 2015.
  3. "Demoustier et Elkaïm, à la ville comme à l'écran". Le Parisien . 2015-05-22.
  4. "Anaïs Demoustier enceinte : Avec Jérémie Elkaïm, elle attend son premier enfant". PurePeople .
  5. "Maman d'une petite fille !". Ici Paris . 13 April 2016.Missing or empty |url= (help)
  6. Anais Demoustier on cinema, Crash redaction; Crash Magazine, 19 May 2015.