Linda Hardy

Linda Hardy (born 11 October 1973) is a French actress and model.

Linda Hardy
Hardy in 2014
Born (1973-10-11) 11 October 1973
Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France
OccupationActress, model
Years active1992-present

Life and career

Hardy won the title of Miss France in 1992 and represented her country at Miss Universe 1992 and Miss World 1992.

She then launched an acting career in French cinema, beginning with the 1999 film, Recto/Verso, which was followed by her role as Charlotte in the TV series H in 2000.

Internationally, her best-known role to date has been the blue-haired, blue-teared, mutant-woman-turning-human, Jill, in the 2004 science fiction film, Immortel (released in North America as Immortal). In the film, Hardy is dubbed by an English-speaking actress (Barbara Weber-Scaff), except for one piece of dialogue delivered in her French.

Her most recent role was in a 2006 film titled A House Divided, also known as Mount of Olives. The film tells the story of Romi (Eion Bailey), a Jewish American who falls in love with Joleh (Hardy), a Palestinian woman.

She has also had roles in the film Le Souffleur and the short film Dernière chance. In addition, she has made a number of appearances on television.


Year Title Role Director Notes
1999 Recto/Verso Anne Jean-Marc Longval
2000-01 H Charlotte Strauss Éric Lartigau, Peter Kassovitz, ... TV Series (8 Episodes)
2004 Immortal Jill Bioskop Enki Bilal
Dernière chance The woman Gaël Cabouat Short
Le juge est une femme Manon Patrick Poubel TV Series (1 Episode)
2005 Le souffleur Clara Guillaume Pixie
2007 Léthé Antonin Martin-Hilbert Short
La taupe Laure Fanisse Vincenzo Marano TV Movie
Martin Paris Anastasia Douglas Law TV Movie
Le vrai coupable Eva Marie Sebastian Francis Huster TV Movie
Le fantôme du lac Jeanne Philippe Niang TV Movie
Commissaire Cordier Régina Enescu Henri Helman TV Series (1 Episode)
2008 A House Divided Joleh Khalid Mitch Davis
A Man and His Dog Francis Huster
Tu peux garder un secret ? Nina Alexandre Arcady
La vie à une Karine Frédéric Auburtin TV Movie
2008-10 Section de recherches Claire Linsky Gérard Marx, Olivier Barma, ... TV Series (18 Episodes)
2009 La taupe 2 Laure Fanisse Vincenzo Marano TV Movie
L'école du pouvoir Mathilde Weber Raoul Peck TV Movie
The Philanthropist Isabelle Duane Clark TV Series (1 Episode)
2010 Undercovers Carmine Dan Attias TV Series (1 Episode)
2012 Josephine, Guardian Angel Aurélia Sternin Pascal Heylbroeck TV Series (1 Episode)
2012-13 Enquêtes réservées Diane Delange Étienne Dhaene, Bénédicte Delmas, ... TV Series (11 Episodes)
2012-14 Mafiosa Livia Tavera Hugues Pagan & Pierre Leccia TV Series (11 Episodes)
2013 The Love Punch Glaxo secretary Joel Hopkins
2014 R.I.S, police scientifique Lilou Hervé Brami & Olivier Barma TV Series (4 Episodes)
2017 Mon poussin Jeanne Frédéric Forestier
Des amours, désamour Julie Dominic Bachy
Nina Sabine Éric Le Roux TV Series (1 Episode)
2018 Le juge est une femme Hélène Rozan Jean-Christophe Delpias TV Series (1 Episode)
Since 2018 Tomorrow is Ours Clémentine Doucet Jérôme Navarro, Thierry Peythieu, ... TV Series (114 Episodes)
2019 Commissaire Magellan Stéphane Kopecky TV Series (1 Episode)


Year Title Author Director
2002 Putain de soirée ! Daniel Colas Daniel Colas
2007 Eva Nicolas Bedos Daniel Colas
2008 Bains de minuit Jack William Sloane Daniel Colas
2012 Ladies Night Stephen Sinclair & Anthony McCarten Thierry Laval
2015-17 Un certain Charles Spencer Chaplin Daniel Colas Daniel Colas

Personal life

She is mother of a boy, Andréa, born in 2010.[1]


Preceded by
Mareva Georges
Miss France
Succeeded by
Véronique de la Cruz
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