The daughter of actor Richard Bohringer, Romane Bohringer is recognized in her native France as an actress in her own right, rather than just as her famous father's offspring. She first came to the attention of critics and filmgoers alike in 1992 with starring roles in both L'Accompagnatrice (The Accompanist) and Cyril Collard's Les Nuits Fauves (Savage Nights). Bohringer earned raves for her performances in both films, but it was for her latter portrayal of Laura, a young woman caught up in an unstable relationship with an HIV-positive man (Collard), that made her known on both sides of the Atlantic. Bohringer won a Most Promising Young Actress César for her fearless, passionate performance, and she was touted as one of the most astonishing aspects of an altogether astonishing film.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.
Romane Bohringer Facts
|March of the Penguins|
|Vigo: Passion For Life|
|Vic + Flo Saw a Bear|
|One Hundred and One Nights|
|He Died with a Felafel in His Hand|
|The King Is Alive|