Florence Caillat-Mousse

Florence Caillat-Mousse



Florence Caillat-Mousse is a French film and television actress. She was born in Paris, France, on the 28th of October 1966. She began her career as an actress in 1990, appearing in the television series 'Au Petit Marguery'. Since then, she has gone on to become one of France's most beloved and celebrated actresses.

Florence has appeared in a number of television series and films, including 'La Fille du Jour', 'Jeux de Famille', and 'Un Héros Très Discret'. She received critical acclaim for her performance in the 1997 film 'Les Couleurs du Diable', which earned her a César Award nomination. She was also nominated for a César Award for her performance in the 2005 film 'La Tourneuse de Pages'.

Florence has also appeared in a number of theatre productions, including 'Antigone' and 'Le Cid'. She has also starred in several short films, including 'Le Petit Monde d'Aurélia' and 'La Belle au Bois Dormant'.

In addition to her acting career, Florence is also a singer and songwriter. She has written and performed several songs for films and television series, as well as releasing several albums of her own. Her most recent album, 'La Vie en Rose', was released in 2018.

Florence is also a noted philanthropist, having founded the charity 'Les Enfants du Soleil' in 2015. The charity works to improve the lives of disadvantaged children in France.

Florence Caillat-Mousse is an immensely talented and accomplished actress and singer who has made significant contributions to both the French film and music industries. Her acting career has earned her numerous awards and accolades, and she has used her success to help improve the lives of the less fortunate.

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