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Romane Bohringer

Romane Bohringer

Activities : Actress, Voice, Voice-over, Costume designer, Narrator

Represented by : Adéquat

Agent : Laurent Grégoire

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Filmography (46)

Portraits (24)


Daughter of French actor Richard Bohringer, Romane Bohringer, was first seen on the silver screen next to her dad in "Kamikaze" as an adolescent. During her last year of secondary school, Peter Brook asked her to play Miranda in Shakespeare's "The Tempest", an experience that was conclusive in her becoming an actress.
In 1922, Cyril Collard gave her the heartfelt role of Laura in "Savage Nights", which was a sleeper success and brought Romane Bohringer into the limelight with the Cesar for the Most Promising Young Actress.
She typically accepted roles portraying tormented souls: as a reserved young girl living vicariously in Claude Miller's "The Accompanist", an introverted painter in Martine Dugowson's "Mina Tannenbaum" and a manipulator in Gilles Mimouni's "L' Appartement". Her popularity helped to propel her onto bigger roles such as the European production of "Total Eclipse" by Agnieszka Holland, as David Thewlis's wife.
By the end of the 90s, she focused her acting engagements on roles for the theatre and started to move away from movie-making. Following several low-profile films and shorts, Romane Bohringer made a more consequential film appearance in the fantasy film "Tom Thumb" in 2001. The next year, she accepted one of the leading roles in director Benoît Cohen's "Our Precious Children" and then "If You Love Me Follow Me" in 2005. Not afraid to take on ambitious projects, she did the voice narration for the animal documentary by Luc Jacquet, "March of the Penguins", travelled to Africa for the melancholy film "Lili et le baobab", supported the first film by the young Djibril Glissant taking on the role of the mysterious young woman in "Eclaireur", as well as playing herself in her father's book adaptation, "A City Is Beautiful at Night".


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Festival Selections


Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1993

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1993)


Award for most promising actress : Savage Nights

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