Charlotte Le Bon biography
Charlotte Le Bon
Date of Birth: September 4, 1986
Charlotte Le Bon was born in Montreal to well-known Quebec actress Brigitte Paquette and Richard Le Bon. Charlotte started modeling, which brought her to France, where she started her acting career. In 2010 she appeared in several French television series, most famously as stand-up-comic/weather-woman on the popular television series Le grand journal de Canal+.
After appearing in several short films, Charlotte’s first feature role was in the 2012 movie Astérix and Obélix: God Save Britannia. She has also played a role in the 2014 film Yves Saint Laurent.
Director Steven Spielberg saw Charlotte’s on Le grand journal de Canal+ and was impressed by her kooky antics. He decided to ask her to audition for The Hundred-Foot Journey, which he produced and Lasse Hallström directed. In the film, Charlottte plays an aspiring chef who works in a fancy French restaurant, whose owner is played by Helen Mirren. More recently, she starred in The Walk (2015), Sens dessus dessous (2015), Anthropoid (2016), and the historical drama The Promise (2017) with Christian Bale.
Charlotte Le Bon Filmography