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Although PHILIPPINE LeROY BEAULIEU (Madame Mathilde Normandin) was born in France, she spent the first 11 years of her life in Italy, with her father, the actor Philippe LeRoy. Returning to France to complete high school, she went on to study literature at the Sorbonne. She became interested in theatre and enrolled at the Conservatoire. Before the end of her first year, she was chosen to play Tawny for the television serial L'amour en héritage, an ABC and France 2 co-production.

Her film credits include Coline Serreau's Trois Hommes et Un Couffin and its sequel 18 ans apres, TGV, La Voie est Libre, Hercule et Sherlock, La Belle Verte, Un Héros Bourgeois, L'Année Juliette, Le Nez au Vent, Andrzej Wajda's Les Possédés, Mehdi Charef's Camomille, Philippe Leguay's Les deux Fragonard, Philippe de Broca's Les clés du Paradis, Patrick Braoudé's Neuf Mois and A Soul Split in Two. She also appeared in James Ivory's Jefferson in Paris and Roland Joffé's Vatel. After making her theater debut in Musset's Les caprices de Marianne and Fantasio, she recently appeared in Pirandello's On ne sait comment.

Her French television credits also include Sandra et les siens, a TV series; Jeanne et le Loup; Mes Enfants Etrangers; Le Feu sous la glace; and La Vérité et un villain defaut.


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