Primarily a theatre actress, CÚcile Camp was born in 1965 in Suresnes, a suburb of Paris. She spent most of her life in Paris where she was exposed to French art and culture. When she was a child, CÚcile discovered her love for performing. As a teenager, Camp studied ballet, enrolling in classes with Helene Sadovska, who became her mentor. Under her tutelage, CÚcile found her artistic sense. After her studies of ballet, CÚcile spent three years studying at ENSATT (Ecole National Superieure des Arts et Techniques du Theatre) or La rue Blanche as it is commonly known. Working with directors like Olivier Py, Marcel Bozonnet of the Comedie Francaise and Alain Ollivier of the Theatre Gerard Philipe in St. Denis, Camp soon found her way into the cinema. Among other films, CÚcile appeared in Place Vendome. It was after this production that the young actress met up with one of cinema's masters, Jean-Luc Godard to play his female lead in In Praise of Love (Eloge de L'amour).. Currently CÚcile Camp is working on a play Victor Hugo play, L'Intervention being directed by Marc Paquien.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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