Lizzie Brocheré Biography
A native of Paris, France, Lizzie Brocheré is a famous and popular French theatre actress television, and film who started working as a child actress in 1995. She moved to English-speaking roles in the early 2010s, with impressions in dramatic pieces and dark comedic from Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy, Jean-Marc Barr, and Eric Schaeffer.
Lizzie Brocheré Age
Brocheré is 37 years old as of 2022. She was born on 22 March 1985 in Paris, France. She celebrates her birthday on 22 March every year.
Lizzie Brocheré Height
Brocheré stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches(1.65m) tall and weighs 48 kg.
Lizzie Brocheré Education
Brocheré studied film and literature at Sorbonne University which is located in Paris. From this institution, she acquired her master’s degree in film and literature. Following this, she attended the ESCP Europe business school for media management.
Lizzie Brocheré Family
Brocheré was born and raised in Paris, France to European parents, her mother’s name is Sylvie Brocheré, and her father’s name is not known. We will update this as soon as her father’s information is available. Her nationality is French and belongs to the European ethnicity. Her siblings’ information is not mentioned publicly. However, we will update this.
Lizzie Brocheré Partner
Brocheré is still an unmarried woman, she was formerly in a relationship with Pierre Perrier but the relationship could not work and hence they broke up. She has kept her personal information so secret that nothing about her affair and relationship status is published. She is not associated with a divorce case yet. According to our record, she is perhaps single.
Lizzie Brocheré Net Worth
Brocheré has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Lizzie Brochere Career
Brocheré started her acting career at a very young age and was featured in different films and French TV shows including Bac +70 and Hugo Santiago’s The Wolf of the West Coast, for which she won the Best Young Actress Award at the Luchon Film Festival. She got her big break came when she anchored the lead role in the sensual Dogme’s film One to Another directed by Pascal Arnold and Jean-Marc Barr with whom she cooperated a few years later on with the thriller American Translation.
She as well began with Dogme’s subversive way of making films, which makes her always keen to analyze various and new forms of storytelling. She as well got featured in the experimental video Linear by Anton Corbijn and also starred in Lou Viger’s, Do Me Love, which was one of the first features to be shot with a camera. She also starred in the VR film Alteration, which premiered at the 2017 Tribeca and Venice Film Festivals.
She also acquired her master’s in literature and film at the Sorbonne and went on to ESCP Europe business school for media management and worked as a production assistant for Acajou Films and launched the “7 Days for a Film” script competition. She also produced the winning short film Les Oreilles by Gilbert Babena.
Her humanitarian work includes beginning the non-profit organization Iemanja with Léo Leibovici, whose goal is to foster endurable environmental awareness and create dialogues between generations and cultures. Through Iemanja, she delivered the short environmental documentary Une Zone Humide à Défendre and Terre Ferme, which explored the issue of everyday racism in the month leading up to the 2017 French presidential election.
She as well worked to help teach literacy and foreign language by applying the tools of performance to social integration techniques. She also teams up with Dr. Alden.
Lizzie Brochere | Awards & Accomplishments
Absolutely, Brochere has made a significant impact in the world of the acting world. Her acting skills are favorably valued by her fans and the critics as well. She not only won the heart of her audiences but also gained several distinctions and honors. In 2015, she bagged the Best Actress for the Dutch-Croatian Drama film “Full Contact.”
Before 2015, she got recognized with the “Best Young Actress Award” for the television series Bac + 70. Furthermore, she also acquired the nomination for Best Actress & Best Lead Performance for the short horror movie “The Fourth Wall,” released in 2020.
Lizzie Brochere Philanthropist
Brocheré is famous for her philanthropic activities. She is the founder of the non-profit organization Lemanja, along with Leo Leibovici. Similarly, the organization’s goal is to create awareness among people about the environment and make relations between cultures and generations.
Through Nemanja, Lizzie Brochere also made a short environmental documentary, Une Zone Humide a Defendre and Terre Ferme. Furthermore, she also involves another social & charitable institute in Paris.
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