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  • About me

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    2017

     

     

    I was born in Bordeaux, France.


    My mother being Irish and my father French, I grew up in a bi-cultural environment.

     

     

    MOTEL 2016



    After spending 3 years with AKASHA Actor's studio in Bordeaux, I moved to Galway in 2013 to pursue my studies.

    Viviene 2014



    In 2013-14 I became a member of The Factory and worked under the direction of Shimmy Marcus, Cathy Brady, Lance Daly, Rebecca Daly, the actor's coach Gerry Grennel and casting director Maureen Hughes.

    Edwart&Arlette 2014


    I have enjoyed working on a range of shows for both stage and screen.

    Edwart&Arlette 2014



    I recently starred in MOTEL which was screened in the Cannes Short film Corner 2016.

    Edwart&Arlette 2014



    In rehearsal...preparing for  THE WALLPAPER , a Fleet of Feet production presented as part of the Galway Fringe Festival 2017.

  •  Curriculum Vitae

    Curriculum Vitae

    in English

     

    Curriculum Vitae 

    en Français

     

  • Showreel

  • Film 

    'Should, Woulda, Coulda'

    by Jonathan Farrelly

    Docu-Reality Series Promo
    Director: Jonathan Farrelly
    Producer:  Makers TV - Dublin Institute of Technology.
    Role: Betty

     

    What would you do if you could change a moment in your life? Give people a chance to go back and make things right.

    'Viviene'

    by Jody Elizabeth and Tegan Ashmore 2014

     

    Feature Promo

    Director: Jody Elizabeth and Tegan Ashmore

    Producer: The Factory

    Role: Rose

     

    A Promo for the feature film 'Viviene' filmed as part of the Cornerstone scheme.

     

    " Viviene is the story of a woman who suppresses a horrific past deep within her gut. It broods and bubbles with memories of abuse, not only from others but also from herself " - Written by Tegan Ashmore and Jodie Elizabeth.

    'Edwart & Arlette'

    by Alan Phelan 2014

    Short Film

    Director: Alan Phelan

    Producer: Alan Phelan

    Role: Mary

     

    "This adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes story The Adventure of the Cardboard Box has been reworked into a stylish whodunit with shot design and dialogue coming from a collection of hand photos gathered from mainly self-harming social media image sites.


    The words and sentence fragments found on these images were developed into dialogue and remain in the order they were found, forcing the narrative to take some unexpected turns.


    The central characters are modeled on a photograph of a French art critic and museum curator, now also doubling up as a gender shifting brother/sister. Murder and unrequited or misunderstood love are still key to the story which here crosses sexual boundaries and bleakly acted out through hand gestures and attention seeking garbled dialogue"
    - Written by Alan Phelan

    'Stein Study' 

    by Shimmy Marcus 2014

     

    Commercial /Short Film

    Director: Shimmy Marcus
    Producer: 1 Production
    Role: Brigitte CHAPEAU.

     

    "Why study abroad? An incident at Dublin Port Patrol.

     

    Three officers are confronted with a French national travelling with what appears to be a suspicious package, but run into serious difficulties when trying to communicate with their detainee." - Stein Study

    'Manhattan' in 60sec

    by Jonathan Farrelly 

    Short Film
    Director: Jonathan Farrelly

    Producer: Jonathan Farrelly
    Role: Tracy

     

    One of the five finalists in the International Jameson Empire Awards in London.

     

    Manhattan is the Woody Allen movie of the same name shot and edited to 60 seconds, showing the film in its entirety in just 60 seconds.

    MOTEL by Christina Gillet et Barbara Dupin

    Short Film
    Director: Christina Gillet et Barbara Dupin

    Kaplan & Kaplan
     

    In a valley, a tiny house seems to have dragged itself away from the world. A man lives on the fringe of a society which he only knows trough the many items he collects in the forest. He tries to find them a place and use in his daily routine. Until he finds two teenage girls...

     

  • Theatre

    'The Adventures of Shay Mouse'

    by Patrick McCabe.

    Play - Musical

    Director: Andrew Flynn
    Producer: GYT - 
    Role: Baby Phibbian.

     

    Shay Mouse lives peacefully in Bornacoola Wood in Longford, smoking his pipe and inventing boastful stories for young Tom Pat Badger and Mickey Slug.

    When an evil band of rats are burned out of a barn in Mullingar, they take over the wood.

     

    Galway International Arts Festival 2013.

    'Seduced' by Sam Shepard.

    Play - Ensemble 
    Director: Lane Jackson
    Producer: Dramsoc NUIG - nominated at the ISDAs
    Role: Desire.

     

    Henry Hackamore, reputed to be the richest man in the world, is now a bearded, aged recluse, who lives on the top floor of a Caribbean luxury hotel, attended by his bodyguard-nurse, Raul. Paranoid, desperately lonely and obsessed by a fear of germs, he is kept alive by drugs and infusions of blood from other geniuses. Aware that his life is ebbing away, and determined to have one last fling, he flies in two women whom he had known, and loved, in the past. But while they are still attractive and vigorous, his energies are so drained that they can only talk of other times and other places.

     

    Entrapped by his delusions, Hackamore is a burnt-out case, a parody of the American Dream who, despite his limitless wealth and power, cannot forestall the inevitable decline into futility, boredom and an agonizingly lonely death.

    Poster by Giulia Godmet

    'Pillbox'

    by Stella Godmet

    One Woman Play
    Director: Brice Cauvin & Charlotte Croisille.
    Producer: AKASHA - Temps d'M Espace pour l'Acteur.
    Role(s): All 

     

    Inspired by Arthur Schlesinger's, March 1964 interview to Jackie Kennedy (after John Fitzgerald death).

     

    This play is based on historical facts.It attempts to go behind the scenes and suggest the contrast between the private and public personas of the Kennedys and the people in their orbit Jacqueline Kennedy, Norma Jean / Marilyn Monroe... wore masks when they appeared in public.

    Their public lives were carefully controlled performances.

    'Le Vieux Juif Blonde'

    by Amanda Sthers

    One Woman Play.
    Director: Luc Faugère
    Producer: AKASHA - Temps d'M Espace pour l'Acteur.
    Role(s): All

     

    The 'Old Blond Jew', is the story of a young girl named Sophie. She suffers from a multiple personality disorder.

    Her body and her mind are inhabited by Joseph Rosenblath, an 80 year-old Jew, survivor of the Holocaust.

     

    The actress is alone on stage.

    Only a chair is set, in the middle of the space.

     

    The Sadness of the Little Sparrow

    by Jim Yates

     

    One Woman Play.
    Director: Stella GODMET
    Producer: Les Enfants Terribles.

    Role : Director

     

    What if you were invited by world famous French chanteuse, Edith Piaf into her dressing room to relive her earthly journey with all its pain, sorrow, joy, success and many love affairs?

     

    Come and join her for an evening in the pink-tinted purgatory where she is doomed to spend eternity with the likes of Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison, Chopin, Alfred de Musset and other famous luminaries.

     

     

    Her Cylindrical Box
    by Stella Godmet

     

    One-act Play.
    Director: Rob Harrington
    Producer: LittleRock Theatre.

    Role : Colleen (lead)

     

    An engagement about to be announced, a party in an old country house…
    Colleen; the bride to be, hides in the library where she comes face to face with her cousin ; Dee.


    The play unfolds, concealed motives and threats arise. The characters’ public masks drop.
    « We made a deal…medical history, history of mental disorder…Coco is trapped... or does Coco want to play?»

     

     


    The Wallpaper by Fleet of Feet
     

    Ensemble Physical Theatre piece.
    Devised piece.

    Role : Deviser/performer.

     

    Combining dance and theatre, The Wallpaper deals with the perception of “madness” and plays with the fine line between reality and hallucination.

    The Wallpaper explores the feeling of seclusion through myths and stories, such as Charlotte Perkins' The Yellow Wallpaper, the Greek Myth of Ariadne and the Blue Beard legend.

    Characters who seemed to have escaped from their own tales are drawn to one another by their experience of confinement.

     

     

  • Self-tapes & Links

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    This is a scene between Angela and Jane.
    American beauty, written by Alan Ball and directed by Sam Mendes.

    This is a scene from 'Inglorious Basterds'.

  • NEWS

     

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    Edwart & Arlette by Alan Phelan 

    ‘After 'Edwart & Arlette' spending it's summer at the
    Treignac Projet in France the film is now on its wider Europe tour’ Alan Phelan.

    Schedule of upcoming screenings for 'Edwart & Arlette':

    • Lewis Glucksman Gallery, UCC, Cork 19 February, 2015 screening and talk as part of the exhibition Selective Memory-Artists and the archive showing the installation Handjob 21 November 2014-15 March 2015

     

    • The Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin opening January-Feb, 2015 date TBA. Solo exhibition .
       

    Finally, the film has been included in the Bonn Videonale.1

    • Videonale.15 - February 27 to April 19, 2015
      Videonale e.V. im Kunstmuseum Bonn
      Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 2, 53113 Bonn


    http://www.imdb.com/title/ tt3952136/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

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