Corinne Fontaine

Corinne Fontaine



Corinne Fontaine is a French actress who has been in the entertainment industry since the early 2000s. She is best known for her roles in films such as The Intouchables, The Grand Seduction, and The Sentiment of the Flesh.

Fontaine was born in Paris, France. She began her acting career at a young age, performing in theatrical productions throughout her childhood and adolescence. After graduating from high school, she moved to New York City to study acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.

Fontaine made her feature film debut in 2002 in the French drama, La Peau de Chagrin. She then went on to appear in several independent films before making her mark in the French film industry with her starring role in The Intouchables (2011). She received critical acclaim and earned a César Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.

In 2014, Fontaine starred in the Canadian comedy The Grand Seduction. The film was a hit and earned her a Genie Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. She followed this with roles in the French films, The Sentiment of the Flesh (2015) and The Innocents (2016).

Fontaine has also appeared on television, playing the lead role in the French TV series, L'Affaire de la rue de la Paix (2014). In addition, she has made guest appearances on various French television shows, including Les Revenants, Fais pas ci, Fais pas ça, and Femme de Loi.

Fontaine is an accomplished actress who has earned numerous awards and nominations for her performances in film and television. She is a talented and versatile performer who continues to captivate audiences with her charm and grace.

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