Anouk Grinberg

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Anouk Grinberg
Anouk Grinberg 2014.jpg
Grinberg in 2014
Born (1963-03-20) 20 March 1963 (age 60)
Uccle, Belgium
Years active1976–present

Anouk Grinberg (French: [anukɡʁɛ̃bɛʁ] ; born 20 March 1963) is a French actress. [1] She is the daughter of Michel Vinaver (born Michel Grinberg), a French writer and dramatist, and the great-granddaughter of the pre-1917 Russian politician Maxim Vinaver.


She has appeared in more than 40 films and television shows since 1976. In 1996, she won the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the 46th Berlin International Film Festival for her role in the film Mon Homme . [2]

Personal life

For a time she lived with movie director Bertrand Blier and they have a son together. [3] She is now married with mathematician Michel Broué. Her niece, Louise Grinberg, is also an actress. [4]


1978RemagenJacques LassalleJacques Lassalle
1982 Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights Gertrude Stein Richard Foreman
1983L'Ordinaire Michel Vinaver Michel Vinaver & Alain Françon
1984 The Broken Jug Heinrich von Kleist Bernard Sobel
NoisesEnzo CormannAlain Françon (2)
1985 The School for Wives Molière Bernard Sobel (2)
1986Les Voisins Michel Vinaver Alain Françon (3)
1989 My Mother Said I Never Should Charlotte Keatley Michel Fagadau Nominated - Molière Award for Most Promising Actress
1990 The Mother and the Whore Jean Eustache Jean-Louis MartinelliNominated - Molière Award for Most Promising Actress
1991–92Time and the Room Botho Strauß Patrice Chéreau Nominated - Molière Award for Best Actress
1998–99Chaos debout Véronique Olmi Jacques Lassalle (2)
2000Marcel en campagneMarc HollogneMarc Hollogne
2001Feydeau terminus Georges Feydeau Didier Bezace
2002–03 Proof David Auburn Bernard MuratNominated - Molière Award for Best Actress
2005 Big and Little Botho Strauß Philippe Calvario
2006Rosa, la vie Rosa Luxemburg Anouk Grinberg
2009Rosa, la vie Rosa Luxemburg Anouk Grinberg
2010 Les Fausses Confidences Pierre de Marivaux Didier Bezace (2)Nominated - Molière Award for Best Actress
2012Haïm - à la lumière d'un violonGérald GaruttiGérald Garutti
2012–13 Molly Bloom James Joyce Marc PaquienNominated - Molière Award for Best Actress
2015La Révolte Auguste Villiers de l'Isle-Adam Marc Paquien (2)


Anouk Grinberg in 2007. Anouk Grinberg 2007.jpg
Anouk Grinberg in 2007.
1976Mon coeur est rougeThe little girl Michèle Rosier
1979Tapage nocturne Catherine Breillat
1987 La vallée fantôme Alain Tanner
Last SongBlue Dennis Berry
Les fortifsPauletteMarco PicoTV movie
L'heure SimenonLucille Roy Claude Goretta TV series (1 Episode)
1989L'enfant de l'hiverStephane's sister Olivier Assayas
Embrasse-moiThe seer Michèle Rosier (2)
1990La fille du magicienLiliClaudine BoriesActeurs à l'Écran - Best Actress
Les matins chagrinsLenaJean-Pierre Gallepe
1991 Merci la vie Joëlle Bertrand Blier Prix Romy Schneider
Prix Suzanne Bianchetti
Nominated - César Award for Best Actress
J'entends plus la guitare Adrienne Philippe Garrel
AoûtCarolineHenri Herré
Le cri du lézardNadiaBertrand Theubet
Comme nous serons heureux Magali Clément Short
1993 1, 2, 3, Sun Victorine Bertrand Blier (2)Nominated - César Award for Best Actress
1995Sale gosseNina Claude Mouriéras Thessaloniki International Film Festival - Best Actress
La grande collectionClaire Jeanne Labrune TV series (1 Episode)
1996 My Man Marie Abarth Bertrand Blier (3) Berlin Film Festival Award for Best Actress
Nominated - César Award for Best Actress
A Self Made Hero Servane Jacques Audiard
1998DisparusMila Gilles Bourdos
2000 Denti Antonio's mother Gabriele Salvatores
2002Entre chiens et loupsMarie Alexandre Arcady
Les petites couleursChristelle Patricia Plattner
2003 Raining Cats and Frogs The turtleJacques-Rémy Girerd
Une preuve d'amourCathie Bernard Stora TV movie
Marylin et ses enfantsMarylinCharli BeléteauTV movie
Les enquêtes d'Éloïse RomeAïna LarkenChristophe DouchandTV series (1 Episode)
2004Une vie à t'attendreCamilleThierry Klifa
Nuit noireSandraDaniel Colas
2005Ma meilleure amieMichèle Élisabeth Rappeneau TV movie
2006Les fragments d'AntoninMadeleine ObersteinGabriel Le Bomin
Le fil rougeThe video woman Sarah Moon Short
Le procès de Bobigny Gisèle Halimi François LucianiTV movie
2007–09 Kaamelott Anna de Tintagel Alexandre Astier TV series (4 Episodes)
2008Voici venir l'orage...Tatiana Nina Companeez TV Mini-Series
2010CamusFrancine CamusLaurent JaouiTV movie
2011Joseph l'insoumisAliciaCaroline GlorionTV movie
2012Sea, No Sex & SunClaudeChristophe Turpin
2016Baby LoveMother GabrielNathalie Najem
2017MoneyAnaïs Géla Babluani
Le sang de la vigneRoxane Gimonprez Marc Rivière TV series (1 Episode)
2020 L'Autre Marie Charlotte Dauphin

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  1. "Anouk Grinberg". cinema. Archived from the original on 2 February 2015. Retrieved 6 March 2013.
  2. "Berlinale: 1996 Prize Winners". Retrieved 1 January 2012.
  3. Le Monde, 19 September 2021
  4. Louise Grinberg, interview in Vogue Italie , 8 August 2013