Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi

Sometimes it takes a while for a star to emerge from an extremely wealthy family. For Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, it took nearly 40 years before she emerged from the shadow of her successful musical parents and her ... Read more »
Born: 11/16/1964 in Turin, IT


Actor (65)

La Pazza Gioia 2016 (Movie)

Beatrice (Actor)

Roses a credit 2016 (Movie)


Slack Bay 2016 (Movie)

Isabelle Van Peteghem (Actor)

Asphalte 2015 (Movie)


Il Capitale Umano 2015 (Movie)

Carla Bernaschi (Actor)

Latin Lover 2015 (Movie)

Stephanie (Actor)

Les jours venus 2015 (Movie)

Mme Goupil, la banquière (Actor)

Saint Laurent 2015 (Movie)

Mme Duzer (Actor)

La buca 2014 (Movie)

Carmen (Actor)

Terre Battue 2014 (Movie)

Laura (Actor)

Viva la libertà 2014 (Movie)

Danielle (Actor)

Un château en Italie 2013 (Movie)


The Landlords 2012 (Movie)


Hands Up 2010 (Movie)


Regrets 2009 (Movie)

Maya (Actor)

The Great Alibi 2008 (Movie)

Esther (Actor)

Actrices 2007 (Movie)

Marcelline (Actor)

Faut Que Ce Danse! 2007 (Movie)


The Feast 2007 (Movie)

Amelie (Actor)

A Good Year 2006 (Movie)

Nathalie Auzet (Actor)

Time To Leave 2006 (Movie)

Jany (Actor)

5x2 2005 (Movie)

Marion (Actor)

Cote D'Azur 2005 (Movie)

Beatrix (Actor)

Munich 2005 (Movie)

Sylvie (Actor)

Tickets 2005 (Movie)

PR Lady (Actor)

Un Couple Parfait 2005 (Movie)

Marie (Actor)

It's Easier For a Camel 2004 (Movie)

Federica (Actor)

La Felicità non costa niente 2003 (Movie)


La Vita Come Viene 2003 (Movie)

Paola (Actor)

Ah! Si j'étais riche 2002 (Movie)


Once Upon An Angel 2002 (Movie)


Ten Minutes Older: The Cello 2002 (Movie)

Marcellina (Actor)

Le Lait de la tendresse humaine 2001 (Movie)

Josiane (Actor)

Voci 2000 (Movie)

Michela (Actor)

La Balia 1999 (Movie)

Vittoria (Actor)

La Vie ne me fait pas peur 1999 (Movie)

Emilie's Mother (Actor)

Rien a faire 1999 (Movie)

Marie (Actor)

The Colour of Lies 1999 (Movie)

Frederique Lesage (Actor)

Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train 1999 (Movie)

Claire (Actor)

Notes of Love 1998 (Movie)

Angelo (Actor)

Amour et Confusions 1997 (Movie)

Michelle (Actor)

Mon Homme 1997 (Movie)

Sanguine (Actor)

Nenette et Boni 1997 (Movie)

The Baker Woman (Actor)

Petites 1997 (Movie)

Emilie's Mother (Actor)

Encore 1996 (Movie)

Aliette (Actor)

The House 1996 (Movie)


Le Coeur Fantome 1995 (Movie)

Woman in Red (Actor)

Les Menteurs 1995 (Movie)

Daisy (Actor)

Montana Blues 1995 (Movie)


La Seconda Volta 1994 (Movie)

Lisa (Actor)

Queen Margot 1994 (Movie)

2nd Escardon Volant (Actor)

3000 Scenarios contre un virus 1993 (Movie)


Crystal Book 1993 (Movie)

Julia Portal (Actor)

Forget About Me 1993 (Movie)

Nathalie (Actor)

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

Martine (Actor)

Fortune Express 1991 (Movie)

Corinne (Actor)

L' Homme qui a perdu son ombre 1991 (Movie)

Anne (Actor)

The Story of Boys and Girls 1991 (Movie)

Valeria (Actor)

C'est la vie 1990 (Movie)

Odette (Actor)

J'ecris dans l'espace 1989 (Movie)


Bisbille 1987 (Movie)


Hotel de France 1987 (Movie)

Sonia (Actor)

L' Amoureuse 1986 (Movie)

Vanessa (Actor)

Paulette 1984 (Movie)


Hands Up (Movie)

Director (3)

Un château en Italie 2013 (Movie)


Actrices 2007 (Movie)


It's Easier For a Camel 2004 (Movie)

Writer (2)

Un château en Italie 2013 (Movie)


Actrices 2007 (Movie)



Sometimes it takes a while for a star to emerge from an extremely wealthy family. For Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, it took nearly 40 years before she emerged from the shadow of her successful musical parents and her model/musician half-sister Carla Bruni. After close to two decades of acting, Bruni Tedeschi made the transition to writing and directing, beginning with "It's Easier for a Camel..." Bruni Tedeschi was born in Turin, Italy in 1964 to composer Alberto Bruni Tedeschi and pianist Marisa Bruni Tedeschi. Facing death threats from the communist Red Brigades, her family moved to Paris, France in 1975 to be closer to her mother's family. At the age of 22, her acting career took off, mostly in supporting roles in a variety of French movies and TV shows. It wasn't until the mid-1990s that Bruni Tedeschi's acting career ascended to prominent leading roles. She won a César Award for Most Promising Actress for the film "Les gens normaux n'ont rien d'exceptionnel" (1993), and followed that up with a number of roles in well-received French films. Her directorial career kicked off with "It's Easier for a Camel..." (2004), co-written by her with creative partners Noémie Lvovsky and Agnes de Sacy. The film, which she also starred in, resembled her own life to the point that her mother played the role of her character's mother. "It's Easier for a Camel..." wound up winning a number of awards, including two at the Tribeca Film Festival. After nearly two decades of acting, Bruni Tedeschi made her English debut in Steven Spielberg's "Munich" (2005). Emboldened by her acting, writing, and directing successes, she followed with her second feature, "Actrices" (2007), which she once again co-wrote, directed, and starred in. She took "Actrices" to Cannes, taking home a Special Jury Prize. She also began dating Louis Garrel, a French actor featured in "Actrices" who was 19 years younger than her. In 2009, Garrel and Bruni Tedeschi adopted a 6-month-old Senegalese baby named Celine. For her third feature "A Castle in Italy" (2013), Bruni Tedeschi once again drew from her family's issues, this time dealing with her relationship with Garrel (who played his own analog), her mother, and her late father and brother. By the time it debuted in Cannes, Garrel and Bruni Tedeschi had split, making the subject matter even more poignant. "A Castle in Italy" was well received and nominated for the Palme d'Or at Cannes.


Carla Bruni Song Performer


Louis Garrel Actor


Alessandra Martines Actor




"A Castle in Italy" Nominated for Palme d'Or at 2013 Cannes Film Festival


Won Prix Spécial du Jury for "Actrices" at 2007 Cannes Film Festival


American acting debut in "Munich"


Made directorial debut with "It's Easier for a Camel..."


TV debut in "Cinéma 16"


Acting debut in "Paulette, la pauvre petitie milliardaire"

Bonus Trivia


Tedeschi grew up in France because her family was targeted by the Italian communist Red Brigades.


Tedeschi adobted a Senegalese girl in 2009 with then boyfriend Louis Garrel.