Romane Bohringer  

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Romane Bohringer (born 14 August 1973 in Pont-Sainte-Maxence, Oise, France) is a French actress, film director, screenwriter and costume designer. She is the daughter of Richard Bohringer and sister of Lou Bohringer. Her parents named her after Roman Polanski.

She won the César Award for Most Promising Actress for her role in Savage Nights.

Filmography

Acting

Year Title Role Notes
1986 Kamikaze Julie
1991 Ragazzi Romane
1994 The Accompanist Sophie Vasseur
A Cause d'Elle Francoise
Le Colonel Chabert Sophie
1995 Savage Nights Laura
Total Eclipse Mathilde Maute
Mina Tannenbaum Mina Tannenbaum
1996 L'Appartement Alice
1997 Shooting Star Juliette
1998 Organic Marguerite
Vigo - Passion for Life Lydu Lozinska
The Chambermaid on the Titanic Zoe
1999 One Hundred and One Nights
Portraits Chinois Lise
Rembrandt Hendrickje Stoffels
2000 The King Is Alive Catherine
2001 Le Petit Poucet
He Died with a Felafel in His Hand Anya
2004 Le Triporteur de Belleville (TV) Marie Chabaud
2005 C'est beau une ville la nuit
2006 Qui m'aime me suive Anna
Lili and the Baobab




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