Isabelle Renauld (French: [ʁəno]; born 24 November 1966 in Saint-Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine) is a French actress. She trained at the school of comedians Nanterre Almond directed by Patrice Chéreau from 1985 to 1987. She was appointed knight in the Order of Arts and Letters in January 2010.
Born in Saint- Malo pharmacist father and a mother to ifop investigator, her parents divorced when she was 5 years old and grew up with her mother and her sister, 3 years her senior. In the age of 16 she quickly developed a passion for theater and decides to leave the UK to devote herself to acting in Paris. She was admitted to the "free class" of the Cours Florent in 1984 where she met Pierre Romans who entices the assistance of the school Almond Nanterre he runs with Patrice Chéreau. Received in this Sweepstakes or only the first 20 will be part of the cast of Patrice Chéreau, she learned her trade with Agnes Jaoui, Vincent Pérez, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Bruno Todeschini, Marc Citti ...
There she meets Laurent Malet, who became her companion and the father of her son, Theo.
In 1990, she landed the role of Isabelle in L'Opération Corned-Beef alongside Jean Reno and Christian Clavier. She rose to prominence in 1996 with the sulfur Parfait Amour! Catherine Breillat that the award Prix Michel Simon and earned him a nomination for the Caesars year.
Directors with whom she often turns her remains faithful turn it three times with Dupeyron in 1999, 2001 and 2003 (What is life?, Mr. Ibrahim and the Flowers of the Koran, and the House of Officers) twice with Lioret (I'm fine, do not you and all our desires ) in 2006 and 2011 and twice with Catherine Breillat .
|2011||All Our Desires|
|2006||I'm Fine, Don't Worry|
|2005||Let's Be Friends||Sophie|
|2001||The Officers' Ward|
|1998||Eternity and a Day|
|1991||L'Opération Corned-Beef||Lieutenant Isabelle Fourreau|
|1987||Hôtel de France|
|2000||Joséphine, ange gardien||Christine||TV Series (1 Episode : "Une famille pour Noël")|
|2005||Joséphine, ange gardien||Isabelle||TV Series (1 Episode : "Trouvez-moi le prince charmant!")|