|Born||in Saint Vallier, Drôme, France|
|Height||5' 6½" (1.69 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Stephanie Reynaud was trained at "Philippe Ferran" and "Michel Galabru" drama schools. A few years later, after her diploma of management business school in 1996, she converted herself starting to take acting classes, despite the family reluctance. Following a casting at Francoise Menidrey's office, she played the role of the blonde Chantal in the popular comedy "3 Zeros" directed by Fabien Onteniente, beside the french actor Gerard Darmon. She also acted in a creation which she co-authored, "A Camel in a Sandstorm". The following year she acted in a comedy, "The Killers", written by a Belgian author named Bernard Fripiat. She's been directed by Pascal-Emmanuel Luneau (a coach who worked with Marion Cotillard and Anne Parillaud) in a short movie, "Pygmalion 20 years". In 2010 she embodies Jeanne de la Motte in "The Case of the Queen's Necklace" (series of docu-dramas, "The Great Trials of History"), directed by Ghislain Vidal and produced by Marc Andreani (Injam Prod). Recently, she's been Josephine de Beauharnais in the TV series "Red Hot History", directed by Michelle Metivier, broad-casted in Canada in 2012, and she's playing in Paris, Avignon and Carqueiranne the role of Paulina Solas in the play "Death and the Maiden" written by Ariel Dorfman, in 2012 and in 2014.
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