Ludivine Sagnier Biography
Ludivine Sagnier Born on July 3, 1979 in La Celle-Saint-Cloud, in Frances Yvelines department. She had a sister named Delphine.
Ludivine Sagnier is no ordinary hot actress. At a very young age, she was dubbed as one of Europes shooting star and was able to bring home a number of awards as proof of her acting prowess. She won a Cesar Award nomination for her performance in 2002 film 8 femmes and received the Romy Schneider Award that was given every year to a promising young French Actress. Ludivine Sagnier won her Best Actress Award for the movie 8 femmes given by the European Film Academy. She also received a Silver Berlin Bear Award during the Berlin International Film Festival.
Sagnier played her first English language role in 2002 movie Toothache. This was followed by another sexy role in 2003 Swimming Pool directed by Frncois Ozon. These films became one of the biggest-grossing foreign movies in the US in 2003. Ludivine Sagnier declines large monetary offer to play in American films as she remains committed to French cinema.
Swimming Pool is one of her entry films in Cannes Film Festival with her other movie La petite Lili both released in year 2003. Sexy Sagnier appeared nude in extended hot scenes in the films Swimming Pool, La petite Lili, Water Drops on Burning Rocks and Bon Plan.
Ludivine Sagnier plays the mischievous fairy Tinker Bell in P. J. Hogens adaptation Peter Pan. The films mark her first starring role in a major studio co-production, showcasing her inspired originality and impish sense of humor. Sagniers feature film includes Diane Kurys The Children of the Century, Charles Mattons Rembrandt, Laurent Tuels Jeu denfants, Yvan Attals My Wife is an Actress and Pascal Bonitzers Petites Coupures.
The scintillating young blonde recorded a series of introductions for SKY movies namely: Nelly et monsieur Arnaud, Swimming Pool, La Nina Santa, Zatoichi and the Barbarian Invasion. Ludivine Sagnier gave birth to daughter named Bonnie by her boyfriend, French actor Nicolas Duvauchelle.