|January 23, 1972
|52 YEARS OLD
Film, television and stage actress who earned the Cesar Award for Best Actress for her role as Miriam Besson in the 2018 movie Custody. In 2020, she starred in a television adaptation of War of the Worlds as Catherine Durand.
She trained at the École of the rue Blanche, ENSATT.
She has twice been nominated for a Molière Award for Best Female Newcomer. The first was for her performance in 2001's Danny et la grande bleue and the second for her work in 2004's 84 Charing Cross Road.
Her uncles were TV presenter Michael Drucker and ex-president of the M6 television chain Jean Drucker. Her dad worked as a doctor, and her mother a teacher.
She starred alongside Gabriel Byrne in the show War of the Worlds.