|Born||in Paris, France|
|Height||5' 5" (1.65 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Juliette Lamboley was born on April 21th, 1990 in Paris, France, as the second child of a doctor and guitarist father and a speech therapist mother. Her brother, Mathieu Lamboley, who is 10 years older, is a very talented pianist and film composer. She graduated with honors, and her academic achievements allowed her to attend University (Paris X) where she is still studying philosophy, history, ancient Greek, literature and English.
When she was a little girl, she was very shy, and dreamed of acting to make people laugh and be happy. Although, at the age of 6, she already wanted to act, but her parents waited until she was 8 to get her an agent. "they wondered if it was a child's dream or a real desire".
At the age of 9, she got the leading part in a drama TV movie (aka "L'enfant de la honte") in which she acted an orphan mistreated by her new family.
Following this role Juliette won roles in many dramatic TV movies as "Une vie en retour", where she acted a Jewish girl who meet her mother for the first time as she thought she was dead in the camps, "Le procès de Bobigny" (with the very well known french actress Sandrine Bonnaire) in which she acted a 16 years old girl in the 70's, who had been rapt and had to have an abortion.
At the same time, she concentrated on high school in Paris, where she was a straight-A student.
But the real self-starter was in 2004, when she had the leading role in "Mademoiselle Gigi" and got the Best Actress award at the Monte-Carlo Festival.
She then entered drama conservatory in 2007 and went to a specific art school to keep on studying normally the morning before her drama lessons the afternoon.
After movies as Brotherhood of the Wolf, (aka) the Red Inn, and My stars, Juliette got the leading role in Daddy Cool (15 ans et demi)in 2008, acting the daughter of the very well known French actor Daniel Auteuil. She was prenominated for the Cesar 2009.
She also had a successful stage career as she also went on a tour with the English comedy play "The Importance of being Ernest" in 2008, and passed her A-level with honors at the end of the same year.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Maryline Richer