Marianne Denicourt

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Marianne Denicourt
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Denicourt in 2015
Born (1963-05-14) 14 May 1963 (age 55)
Paris, France
Occupation Actress, director, screenwriter
Years active 1987–present
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Marianne Denicourt in 2012
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Denincourt in 2017

Marianne Denicourt (born 14 May 1963) is a French actress, director and screenwriter who has appeared in more than 50 films and television productions since 1986.

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She studied under Patrice Chéreau in 1985-86 at the Ecole du Théâtre des Amandiers in the western Paris suburb of Nanterre.

Patrice Chéreau French opera and theatre director, filmmaker, actor and producer

Patrice Chéreau was a French opera and theatre director, filmmaker, actor and producer. In France he is best known for his work for the theatre, internationally for his films La Reine Margot and Intimacy, and for his staging of the Jahrhundertring, the centenary Ring Cycle at the Bayreuth Festival in 1976. Winner of almost twenty movie awards, including the Cannes Jury Prize and the Golden Berlin Bear, Chéreau served as president of the jury at the 2003 Cannes festival.

Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers

The Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers, also Théâtre des Amandiers, is a theatre in Nanterre and a known theatre outside of Paris. The present building opened in 1976. The company is a Centre dramatique national, a national public theatre. Artistic directors included Patrice Chéreau and Catherine Tasca (1982), Jean-Pierre Vincent (1990) and Jean-Louis Martinelli (2002). The theatre runs a film studio and an acting school which is connected to theatre studies at the Paris West University Nanterre La Défense.

Nanterre Prefecture and commune in Île-de-France, France

Nanterre is a commune in the Hauts-de-Seine department, the western suburbs of Paris. It is located some 11 km (6.8 mi) north-west of the centre of Paris.

Theatre

YearTitleAuthorDirectorNotes
1987 Platonov Anton Chekhov Patrice Chéreau Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers
Penthesilea Heinrich von Kleist Pierre Romans Festival d'Avignon
1988 The Winter's Tale William Shakespeare Luc Bondy Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers
1988-89 Hamlet William Shakespeare Patrice Chéreau (2) Festival d'Avignon
1995 Anatol Arthur Schnitzler Louis-Do de Lencquesaing Théâtre de Nice
1998 Skylight David Hare Bernard Murat Théâtre de la Gaîté-Montparnasse
1999 The Blue Room Arthur Schnitzler Bernard Murat (2) Théâtre Antoine-Simone Berriau
2004A Spanish Play Yasmina Reza Luc Bondy (2) Théâtre de la Madeleine
2006La Musica Marguerite Duras Nicole Aubry Théâtre de l'Atelier
2007 Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher Arthur Honegger Opéra de Bâle
2009The City Martin Crimp Marc Paquien Théâtre des Célestins
2013Camus l'humaniste Albert Camus Gauthier Morax

Filmography

YearTitleRoleDirectorNotes
1987 Hôtel de France Catherine Patrice Chéreau
Cinéma 16Marie Jean-Louis Comolli & Jacques Doillon TV Series (2 Episodes)
1988 The Reader Bella Michel Deville
1989Vanille fraiseGloria Gérard Oury
Comme d'habitudeBruno HerbulotShort
Le conte d'hiverÉmiliaPierre CavassilasTV Movie
1990Aventure de Catherine C.Flore Pierre Beuchot
DéminageJeannePierre-Oscar LévyShort
1991 La Belle Noiseuse Julienne Jacques Rivette
La vie des mortsPascale Mac Gillis Arnaud Desplechin
Pierre qui rouleMarieMarion VernouxTV Movie
Le gang des tractions Josée Dayan & François RossiniTV Mini-Series
1992 The Sentinel Marie Barillet Arnaud Desplechin (2)
DivertimentoJulienne Jacques Rivette (2)
L'échange Vincent Pérez Short
Siblings, ce qu'on ne peut traduireBénédicte BrunetShort
Navarro ChristinePatrick JamainTV Series (1 Episode)
1993L'instinct de l'angeLéa Richard Dembo
Julie Lescaut Isabelle Caroline Huppert TV Series (1 Episode)
1994Bête de scèneThe GirlBernard NissileShort
Doomsday Gun Monique Robert Young TV Movie
Pas si grand que ça !CamilleBruno HerbulotTV Movie
3000 scénarios contre un virus Benoît Jacquot TV Series (1 Episode)
FerbacJosy Christian Faure TV Series (1 Episode)
1995 Up, Down, Fragile Louise Jacques Rivette (3)
Innocent Lies Maud GravesPatrick Dewolf
1996 My Sex Life... or How I Got into an Argument Sylvia Arnaud Desplechin (3)
Le bel été 1914Blanche Pailleron Christian de Chalonge
Passage à l'acteNathalie Francis Girod
Le masseurThe WomanVincent RavalecShort
1997 Day and Night Ariane Bernard-Henri Lévy
1998FeuerreiterSusette Gontard Nina Grosse
1999 The Lost Son Nathalie Chris Menges
One 4 All Irina Colbert Claude Lelouch
Le plus beau pays du mondeLucie Marcel Bluwal
À mort la mort !HermelineRomain Goupil
L'homme de ma vieCélineStéphane Kurc
Balzac Adèle Hugo Josée Dayan (2)TV Movie
2000 Sade Sensible Benoît Jacquot (2)
2001 Me Without You Isabel Sandra Goldbacher
HeidiDete CaduffMarkus Imboden
2002Quelqu'un de bienMarie Patrick Timsit
MoniqueClaire Valérie Guignabodet
La merveilleuse odyssée de l'idiot TobogganVincent Ravalec (2)
2004L'américainMurielle Patrick Timsit (2)
2005 The Lost Domain Ivonne Raúl Ruiz
2006 Djihad ! DelphineFelix OlivierTV Movie
2009La sainte VictoireFrançoise GleizeFrançois Favrat
Folie douceFrançoise Josée Dayan (3)TV Movie
ReportersMarie ClémentGilles Bannier & Jean-Marc BrondoloTV Series (7 Episodes)
2011Une folle envieLili MagellanBernard Jeanjean
2012BankableSophie BrunMona AchacheTV Movie
2013 Nicolas Le Floch Belle AglaePhilippe BérengerTV Series (1 Episode)
2014 Hippocrate Denormandy Thomas Lilti Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actress
L'Affaire SK1 The Crim's ChiefFrédéric Tellier
La Crème de la crème Louis's MotherKim Chapiron
2016 Irreplaceable Nathalie Delezia Thomas Lilti (2)
2017 Chacun sa vie et son intime conviction Claude Lelouch (2)

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