Born in Belgium in 1981, Emilie Dequenne began voice-training at the age of eight at the Baudour Musical Academy. She continued her training as a member of the Theatre La Releve theatrical workshop before being offered the lead in the Dardenne brothers' Rosetta. Emilie's breathtaking performance won her rave reviews and the Best Actress prize at Cannes in 1999, where Rosetta also carried off the Palme d'Or.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
Emilie Dequenne Facts
|The Girl on the Train|
|Brotherhood of the Wolf: Director's Cut|
|The Bridge of San Luis Rey|
|Ecoute Le Temps|
|Henry Dunant: Red on the Cross|
|Not My Type|