Femmes de loi - Netflix

Posted on Thu 17 May 2018 in netflix

Femmes de loi - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: French

Status: Ended

Runtime: 55 minutes

Premier: 2000-06-22

Femmes de loi - Ingrid Chauvin - Netflix

Ingrid Chauvin (born 3 October 1973) is a French television and stage actress, known for her roles in the miniseries Méditerranée, Dolmen, and the police procedural series Femmes de loi.

Femmes de loi - Acting career - Netflix

It was in the theater that Ingrid Chauvin got a serious start in her career, acting alongside Michel Roux in Tromper n'est pas jouer by Patrick Cargill in 1997 at the Théâtre Saint-Georges in Paris, and later with Michel Creton in Sylvia in 1998 at the Théâtre Hébertot in Paris. She revived these roles on a tour throughout France. In 1997, Ingrid Chauvin participated in an episode of the prime time TV series Les Bœuf-carottes, and has since become a regular presence in the police drama series. She also made an appearance in TV movies like Tapage nocturne and Le fil du rasoir. Consequently, she has enjoyed a successful career in TV movies such as Dormir avec le diable in 2000. The following year, she played Marie Valbonne in Méditerranée, the proeminent summer series of TF1. In 2000, she rose to fame in the series Femmes de loi with Natacha Amal, broadcast on TF1, when she portrayed the role of Marie Balaguère, a police lieutenant. She finally left the series in 2007. In summer 2005, she played in the miniseries Dolmen, broadcast on TF1, playing one of the two main roles alongside Bruno Madinier. In 2008, she played in series titled La Main Blanche, broadcast on TF1 and filmed in Guérande, near Saint-Nazaire, where her grandparents live.

Femmes de loi - References - Netflix