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Nathalie Régnier, (1974-04-11) 11 April 1974 (age 39), Ixelles, Belgium
Natacha Régnier (born 11 April 1974) is a Belgian actress.
Born in Ixelles, a municipality of Brussels, she was attracted to theatre from early adolescence. Her first screen role was in The Motorcycle Girl (1993), a short film by Stéphan Carpiaux. After that, she played a number of roles for French television.
The confirmation of her talent came in 1998, when Régnier and Élodie Bouchez received the Prix d'interprétation féminine (Best Actress) at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival for their roles in La vie rêvée des anges by Erick Zonca.
She has stated that her idol is film actress Sandrine Bonnaire.
Régnier dated Jérémie Renier. Natacha Régnier was married to French musician Yann Tiersen, but they are now divorced. They have a daughter.
She received a Magritte Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Régnier has just finished the film Une journée, which is now in post-production.
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Encore (1996), directed by Pascal Bonitzer,
La vie rêvée des anges (The Dreamlife of Angels) (1998), directed by Erick Zonca - Marie Thomas,
Les amants criminels (1999), directed by François Ozon - Alice,
Il tempo dell'amore (1999), directed by Giacomo Campiotti - Claire,
Tout va bien, on s'en va (2000), directed by Claude Mouriéras - Claire,
Comment j'ai tué mon père (2000), directed by Anne Fontaine - Isa,
Vert paradis (2003), directed by Emmanuel Bourdieu - Isabelle,
Demain on déménage (2004), directed by Chantal Akerman - La femme enceinte,
La Raison du plus faible (2006),
Boxes (2007), directed by Jane Birkin - Fanny,
La Proie (2011) - Christine Maurel,
One Night (2012) by Lucas Belvaux - Anne,
The Capital (2013), directed by Costa Gavras - Diane Tourneuil,
2009 : C'était Marie-Antoinette by Évelyne Lever, Opéra National de Montpellier, Festival de Radio France et Montpellier - Marie-Antoinette