Born in France, Céline France (her real name) grew up in Saint-Jean-de-Luz in the south of France where she graduated in high school and started to perform in plays with a local non-professional theater company.

At 17, she moved to Paris to take drama classes, then she decided to continue to train in Montreal (Canada) with Danielle Fichaud and John Strasberg. She obtained a Bacchelor’s Diploma in Film Studies at Concordia University, a Master’s in Media Communication with honors and a Certificate in Journalism.

She spent 2 months in London to train at the renowned London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, before going to Morocco to act

in the feature Les oubliés de l’histoire (2009). The movie won Best Film Award at Arpa International Film Festival in Los Angeles; Best Screenplay and Best Actor at Tanger Film Festival.

In 2011, Céline was invited to go back to Morocco as a member of the Jury at the Rabat Moroccan Shorts Films Festival and she co-founded with Adou Kahn and Amina Saadi a short films association, MaroKino, to help young talents from this country to make their own films.

Céline acted with Isabel  Richer in Trauma III, a TV serie on Radio-Canada. She was also part of the casting of 30 Vies and Les Beaux Malaises, a TV serie with the Genie Award winning Actress Julie Le Breton, Patrice Robitaille and the comic Martin Matte. She acted also in the TV serie Le berceau des anges directed by Ricardo Trogi (Series+),  Toute la Vérité (TVA) and District 31 (Radio-Canada).

Céline France was a finalist of the first edition of the Diversity Auditions dedicated to promoting and supporting artists from cultural communities in Montreal. She has also participated in the 2018 JAMAIS LU Festival with the plar «By your eyes» co-written by Martin Bellemare, Gianni Gregory Fornet and Sufo Sufo.

Graduated from the prestigious National Institute of Image and Sound (INIS) in Montreal, Céline France has directed several short films, among them, she received the Audience Award for her film Eupnea at Actra Short Film Festival.

Her two short films, Chimie, and Leo with whom she co-directed with Emmanuel Schwartz based on a play by Evelyne de la Chenelière, were part of the Official Competition Selection at the Internationnal Young Film Directors Festival of Saint Jean de Luz (France).

Fascinated with the circus, Céline started to train in 2012 in flying and static trapeze, aerial lyra and silk. Certified professional, she also coaches aerial fitness, Pilates, stretching, active core, postural training and does aerial show for events.

céline france

actress | filmmaker

céline france

actress | filmmaker