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Father  Jean-Claude Courau
Role  Actress
Name  Clotilde Courau
Occupation  Actress
Religion  Roman Catholic

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Born  3 April 1969 (age 46) Hauts-de-Seine, France (1969-04-03)
Issue  Princess Vittoria Princess Luisa
Mother  Catherine du Pontavice des Renardieres
Spouse  Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy, Prince of Venice (m. 2003)
Children  Princess Vittoria of Savoy, Luisa de Savoie
Movies  In the Shadow of Women, Babysitting, La Vie en rose, The Octopus, Deep in the Woods
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Clotilde Marie Pascale Courau (3 April 1969) is a French actress. She is the wife of Emanuele Filiberto, Prince of Venice, a member of the House of Savoy and the grandson of Umberto II, the last reigning King of Italy. Professionally, she is known by her maiden name.

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Family

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Clotilde Courau was born on 3 April 1969 in Levallois-Perret, Hauts-de-Seine, France, the daughter of Jean-Claude Courau (b. 1942) and Catherine du Pontavice des Renardières (b. 1948). She has three sisters named Christine, Camille, and Capucine Courau.

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Clotilde was brought up in the Roman Catholic religion.

Acting career

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In 1991, Courau was nominated for a César, for Most Promising Actress (Meilleur espoir féminin), and won a European Film Award for Best Actress, both for the film Le petit criminel (1990). In 1995, she won the Prix Suzanne Bianchetti at the SACD Awards. She was nominated again for a César twice in 1996 for Best Supporting Actress (Meilleur second rôle féminin) and Most Promising Actress (Meilleur espoir féminin) both for the film Élisa. In 1998 she was named as one of European cinema's "Shooting Stars" by European Film Promotion and in 2000 she won the Prix Romy Schneider. She was also created a Dame of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France on 7 February 2007.

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She had a featured role in Deterrence, an American film about nuclear war that marked the directing debut of Rod Lurie.

Marriage

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Clotilde Courau announced her engagement on 10 July, and on 25 September 2003 at the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri in Rome, she married Emanuele Filiberto, Prince of Venice. At the ceremony she wore a wedding gown designed by Valentino. Six months pregnant at the time of the wedding, she was seen as a controversial bride because of her left-wing views.

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The couple have two daughters: Vittoria (b. 2003) and Luisa (b. 2006).

Rose

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In 2009, her name was given to a rose created by the rose grower Fabien Ducher to mark the 500000th visitor to the Jardins de l'Imaginaire, Terrasson.

Filmography

  • Civilisations (1988) (TV mini-series) – Elyssa
  • Le petit criminel – (1990) – The sister, Nathalie (Stéphanie)
  • Polski Crash – (1993) – Alina Suchecka
  • Map of the Human Heart – (1993) – Rainee
  • The Pickle – (1993) – Françoise
  • Ugly Meets the People – (1995) – Girl
  • Tom est tout seul – (1995) – Marion
  • Élisa – (1995) – Solange
  • La fidèle infidèle (1995) (TV) – Cécile
  • L'Appât – (1995) – Patricia
  • Les Grands Ducs – (1996) – Juliette
  • Une leçon particulière (1997) (TV) – Julie
  • Fred – (1997) – Lisa
  • Marthe – (1997) – Marthe
  • Bob le magnifique (1998) (TV) – Christine / Christina
  • Hors jeu – (1998) – Clotilde Courau
  • Le poulpe – (1998) – Cheryl
  • Milk (1999) – Ilaria
  • Deterrence (1999) – Katie
  • En face – (2000) – Michelle
  • La parenthèse enchantée – (2000) – Alice
  • Promenons-nous dans les bois – (2000) – Sophie
  • Exit – (2000) – Pearl / The journalist
  • Le nouveau Jean-Claude – (2002) – Marianna
  • Embrassez qui vous voudrez – (2002) – Julie
  • Un monde presque paisible – (2002) – Simone
  • La mentale – (2002) – Nina
  • Mon Idole – (2002) – Fabienne
  • Les beaux jours (2003) (TV) – Gaby
  • Nuit noire, 17 octobre 1961 (2005) (TV) – Sabine
  • La signora delle camelie (2005) (TV) – ....
  • Mafalda di Savoia (2006) (TV mini-series) – Giovanna di Savoia
  • La Vie en Rose (2007) – Anetta
  • Modern Love (2008) – Marie
  • Chez Maupassant (1 episode, 2008, TV episode La chambre 11) – Clarisse / Marguerite
  • Des mots d'amour aka Words of Love (Canada, English title) (2009) (TV) – Alice Andrézy
  • Tous les soleils (2011) – Florence
  • Babysitting (2014) – Mme. Schaudel
  • L'Ombre des femmes (2015) – Manon
  • Eva & Leon (2015) – Lucie
  • Le ciel attendra (2016) – Sylvie
  • National honours

  •  France: Member of the Order of Arts and Letters, 3rd Class
  • Dynastic honour

  • Montenegrin Royal Family: Dame Grand Cross of the Order of Prince Danilo I
  • House of Savoy: Dame Grand Cordon of the Royal Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus
  • References

    Clotilde Courau Wikipedia


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