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Anna Mouglalis
Anna Mouglalis
(born 26 April 1978) is a French actress.


1 Life and career 2 Filmography

2.1 Actress 2.2 Director / Writer

3 Theater 4 References 5 External links

Life and career[edit] Mouglalis was born in Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, to a French mother and Greek father. She spent her youth in the Var département, before moving back to Nantes
with her family. Her father is a doctor and her mother is a masseuse. Until 2001 Mouglalis studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique de Paris
(CNSAD)[1] under the direction of Daniel Mesguich. In addition to her native French, she speaks fluent English, Italian, and Spanish, and understands Greek to a limited extent. In 1997, she had begun an acting career in La Nuit du Titanic, played in Paris. In the same year she was chosen by Francis Girod
Francis Girod
for the film Terminal. In 2000 she co-starred with Isabelle Huppert
Isabelle Huppert
in Claude Chabrol's Merci pour le chocolat. After appearing in Novo
(2002) by Jean Pierre Limosin, she was cast by Roberto Andò for the thriller Sotto falso nome. In 2003, she played in La Maladie de la mort, a film in black and white by first-time director Asa Mader, which previewed at the Venice Film Festival. In this same year, she co-starred in a Greek film, called Real Life (Alithini Zoi), directed by Panos Koutras. In 2005 she took part in two Italian movies: Romanzo criminale, directed by Michele Placido, and Mare buio, where she was featured alongside Luigi Lo Cascio. In a TV movie called Les Amants du Flore and directed by Ilan Duran Cohen, Mouglalis played Simone de Beauvoir,[2] with Jean-Paul Sartre played by co-star Lorànt Deutsch. Together they had a great public and critical triumph. Critics praised their portrayals of these literary figures, showing their romance and the birth of their careers. Along with her career as an actress, Mouglalis began a successful modelling career. In 2002 she was chosen by Karl Lagerfeld
Karl Lagerfeld
for the ad campaign for the Amateur Allure de Chanel
perfume. He uses her as one of his "muses,"[3] promoting Chanel
bags, fine jewelry, and watches. Mouglalis was cast as Coco Chanel
in the 2009 film Coco Chanel
& Igor Stravinsky, directed by Jan Kounen.[4] The film was chosen to close the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.[5] On March 7, 2007, she gave birth to her first child, a daughter named Saul, whom she had with French director Samuel Benchétrit.[6] Filmography[edit] Actress[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes

1998 Terminale Claire Francis Girod

2000 Merci pour le chocolat Jeanne Pollet Claude Chabrol

La Captive Isabelle Chantal Akerman

De l'histoire ancienne The nurse Orso Miret

2002 Novo Irène Jean-Pierre Limosin

La Vie nouvelle Melania Philippe Grandrieux

The Wolf of the West Coast Mai Hugo Santiago

2003 Playing 'In the Company of Men' Ophélie Arnaud Desplechin

The Malady of Death The woman Asa Mader Short

2004 Strange Crime Milla Roberto Andò

Real Life Joy Martinokosta Panos H. Koutras

En attendant le déluge Milena Damien Odoul

2005 Romanzo Criminale Patrizia Michele Placido Cabourg Film Festival
Cabourg Film Festival
- Best New Actress Nominated - Italian Online Movie Award for Best Cast

To oneiro tou Ikarou Priest's Wife Costa Natsis

2006 Mare nero Veronica Roberta Torre

Les amants du Flore Simone de Beauvoir Ilan Duran Cohen TV Movie

2007 J'ai toujours rêvé d'être un gangster Suzy Samuel Benchetrit

2009 Coco Chanel
& Igor Stravinsky Coco Chanel Jan Kounen

2010 Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life Juliette Gréco Joann Sfar

Mammuth The disabled Benoît Delépine
Benoît Delépine
& Gustave de Kervern

2011 Chez Gino Simone Roma Samuel Benchetrit
Samuel Benchetrit

L'angle mort Pierra Florence Benoist Short

2012 Kiss of the Damned Xenia Xan Cassavetes

Photo Elisa Carlos Saboga

2013 Jealousy Claudia Philippe Garrel

Reason Clement Belrose Bruno Ilogti Short

2014 Leopardi Fanny Targioni-Tozzetti Mario Martone

Un voyage Mona Samuel Benchetrit
Samuel Benchetrit

2015 Anna Anna Charles-Olivier Michaud

Pluie d'été Agathe Cyril de Gasperis Short

L'homme de l'île Sandwich Lio's mother Levon Minasian Short

2016 Split Anja Deborah Kampmeier

Republican Gangsters Amélie Dorendeu Ziad Doueiri TV Series (8 Episodes) Nominated - ACS Award for Best Actress

Director / Writer[edit]

Year Title Notes

2009 X Femmes TV Series (1 Episode)[7]


Year Title Author Director Notes

1997 La Nuit du Titanic Michel Pascal Michel Pascal Théâtre Rive-Gauche

1999 Spring Awakening Frank Wedekind Michel Pascal (2) Tour

2003 The Country Martin Crimp Louis-Do de Lencquesaing Théâtre de l'Œuvre

2004 HEROINE Asa Mader Asa Mader Castello Maniace


^ https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/7868735/Anna-Mouglalis-stars-as-Coco-Chanel.html ^ https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/7868735/Anna-Mouglalis-stars-as-Coco-Chanel.html ^ https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/7868735/Anna-Mouglalis-stars-as-Coco-Chanel.html ^ Rees, Jasper (March 29, 2009). "The Sunday Times: Audrey Tautou and Anna Mouglalis
Anna Mouglalis
star as Coco Chanel". The Sunday Times. London. Retrieved April 25, 2010.  ^ "Festival de Cannes: Coco Chanel
& Igor Stravinsky". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-05-15.  ^ https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/7868735/Anna-Mouglalis-stars-as-Coco-Chanel.html ^ https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/7868735/Anna-Mouglalis-stars-as-Coco-Chanel.html

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