July 23, 1969
|Place of Birth||:||Paris, France|
|Also Known As||:||Armelle Hourlier, Marie-Armelle Hourlier , Armelle Lesniak , Armelle Leśniak, Armelle Lesniak-Hourlier|
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Armelle (born 23 July 1969 as Armelle Leśniak) is a French actress, comedian and screenwriter. After studies in khâgne, she works as a costume-aid. Trained by Jean Périmony, her atypical physique and her personality do not take long to attract attention. Coline Serreau entrusted her with a second role in 1996 in La Belle Verte. In 2001, she plays Maéva Capucin, the head of archives stuck in Caméra Café that she will also play in the cinema in Espace Détente and in Le Séminaire. The same year, she plays in Amélie of Jean-Pierre Jeunet. In 2003, at the 8th edition of the Grand Prix of humor in advertising, she received the Actress Award for her performance in advertising Spontex. In 2011 she plays in La Croisière of Pascale Pouzadoux. Source: Article "Armelle" from Wikipedia in English, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.