Camille Cottin

Cottin in 2017 Camille Cottin (; born 1 December 1978) is a French actress and comedian.

Following her debut as a stage actress, she became known in 2013 for playing a capricious Parisian woman in the Canal+ hidden camera-sketches series ''Connasse'' (2013–2015), as well as in the theatrical film based on the series ''The Parisian Bitch, Princess of Hearts'' (2015), which brought her significant mainstream success in France. She received a nomination for the César Award for Most Promising Actress for the role. Cottin's international recognition grew with the role of Andréa Martel in the France 2 drama series ''Call My Agent!'' (2015–2020).

She subsequently had leading roles in films such as ''Baby Bumps'' (2017), ''The Mystery of Henri Pick'' (2019), ''The Dazzled'' (2019), and ''Toni, en famille'' (2023). She made her English-language debut in Robert Zemeckis's thriller film ''Allied'' (2016), followed by the BBC America drama series ''Killing Eve'' (2020–2022). In 2021, she starred opposite Matt Damon in ''Stillwater'' and in Ridley Scott's biographical crime film ''House of Gucci''. Provided by Wikipedia
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