Sandrine Kiberlain

Celebrated French actress Sandrine Kiberlain essayed complex female characters in an array of features in her native country, including "En avoir (ou pas)" (1995), "Mademoiselle Chambon" (2009) and "Nine-Month Stretch" ... Read more »
Born: 02/25/1968 in Boulogne-Billancourt, , FR


Actor (33)

Floride 2015 (Movie)

Alice (Actor)

Aimer, boire et chanter 2014 (Movie)

Monica (Actor)

Elle l'adore 2014 (Movie)

Muriel Bayen (Actor)

Les Infidèles 2014 (Movie)

Marie-Christine (Actor)

Tip Top 2014 (Movie)


Violette 2014 (Movie)

Simone de Beauvoir (Actor)

9 mois ferme 2013 (Movie)


Les gamins 2013 (Movie)


Polisse 2012 (Movie)

Mrs. de la Faublaise (Actor)

The Women on the Sixth Floor 2011 (Movie)

Suzanne (Actor)

Quartier lointain 2010 (Movie)


Un balcon sur la mer 2010 (Movie)


Le petit Nicolas 2009 (Movie)


Romaine par moins 30 2009 (Movie)

Romaine (Actor)

La Vie D'artiste 2007 (Movie)

Alice (Actor)

Tres Bien, Merci 2007 (Movie)

Beatrice (Actor)

Aprés vous 2005 (Movie)

Blanche (Actor)

An Innocent Little Game 2004 (Movie)

Claire (Actor)

Sole Sisters 2003 (Movie)

Carole (Actor)

Alias Betty 2002 (Movie)

Betty Fisher (Actor)

La Fausse suivante 2000 (Movie)

The Chevalier (Actor)

Love Me 2000 (Movie)

Gabrielle Rose (Actor)

Tout va bien, on s'en va 2000 (Movie)

Beatrice (Actor)

Rien sur Robert 1999 (Movie)

Juliette Sauvage (Actor)

For Sale 1998 (Movie)

France Robert (Actor)

Seventh Heaven 1998 (Movie)

Mathilde (Actor)

Beaumarchais: The Scoundrel 1997 (Movie)

Marie-Therese (Actor)

Quadrille 1997 (Movie)

Claudine Andre (Actor)

To Have (Or Not) 1997 (Movie)

Alice (Actor)

L' Appartement 1996 (Movie)

Muriel (Actor)

L' Irresolu 1994 (Movie)

Gaelle (Actor)

Patriots 1994 (Movie)

Marie Claude (Actor)

There's Nothing Special About Normal People 1993 (Movie)

Florence (Actor)


Celebrated French actress Sandrine Kiberlain essayed complex female characters in an array of features in her native country, including "En avoir (ou pas)" (1995), "Mademoiselle Chambon" (2009) and "Nine-Month Stretch" (2013), among many others. Born February 25, 1968 in the Paris suburb of Boulogne-Billancourt, France, Kiberlain was raised in the neighborhood of Neuilly-sur-Seine by her parents, who met in a theater workshop. They passed on their interest in performance to their daughter, who studied acting at the private Cours Florent drama school while making minor, often uncredited appearances in features like "Cyrano de Bergerac" (1990) with Gérard Depardieu. Following her graduation from the French National Academy of Dramatic Arts, Kiberlain earned her breakout role in "The Patriots" (1994), an espionage thriller that earned her a César nomination for Most Promising Actress. The following year marked the beginning of her long and fruitful collaboration with director Laetitia Masson with "En avoir (ou pas)", which also brought Kiberlain the César for her turn as a recently unemployed woman who seeks purpose in an affair with a married man. She earned her third César nomination in 1996, playing a young country girl married by and abandoned by Mathieu Kassovitz in "A Self-Made Hero." After receiving a fourth César nod as a woman suffering from an array of psychological issues, including kleptomania, in "Seventh Heaven" (1997), Kiberlain reunited with Masson for the 1998 thriller "For Sale," playing the object of a detective's search. It, too, brought her a César nomination for Best Actress, and Kiberlain would reteam with Masson for the surreal "Love Me" (2000) before enjoying a slew of high-profile turns for directors like Claude Miller, playing a grieving mother who takes in a kidnapped child in "Alias Betty" (2001) and a schoolteacher who falls for the married father (her real-life spouse, actor Vincent Lindon) of one of her charges in Stéphane Brizé's "Mademoiselle Chambon," which brought her yet another César nomination. More than a decade after her last César win, Kiberlain took home a second award for her turn as a stern judge who discovers that she is pregnant by a wanted criminal (director Albert Dupontel) in "Neuf mois ferme" ("Nine-Month Stretch"). She then appeared in director Alain Resnais' final feature, "Life of Riley" (2014), before earning her eighth César as a dedicated fan of a pop star (Laurent Lafitte) who asks her to aid him in disposing of a corpse in "Number One Fan" (2014).


David Decca Screenplay


Vincent Lindon Actor



Cours Florent

1987 - 1989



Second Cesar for "Nine Month Stretch"


Plays a schoolteacher involved with the father of a student in "Mademoiselle Chambon"


Critical praise as a mother who takes in a kidnap victim in "Alias Betty"


Wins Cesar for "En avoir (ou pas)"


First Cesar nomination for "The Patriots"


Feature film debut in "Private Lessons"

Bonus Trivia


Appeared in the 1997 play "Le Roman de Lulu," written by her father.


Recorded two albums: Manquait plus qu'ca (2005) and "Coupes bien net et bien carre" (2007)


Member of the Cannes Film Festival jury in 2001.