Nicole Garsia

Nicole Garsia

Actress and director
Date of Birth: 22.04.1946
Country: France

  1. Biography of Nicole Garcia
  2. Early Career
  3. Notable Roles
  4. Directorial Career
  5. Awards and Recognitions
  6. Selected Filmography

Biography of Nicole Garcia

Nicole Garcia is a renowned French actress and director who has made significant contributions to the film industry. She has been involved in numerous French and international productions throughout her career.

Early Career

Nicole Garcia made her debut in the film industry with Jacques Rivette's "Duelle" in 1975. Since then, she has showcased her talent and versatility in various roles, both in front of and behind the camera.

Notable Roles

Some of Garcia's most notable roles include her performances in "Mon Oncle d'Amerique" (1980), where she starred alongside Gérard Depardieu, and "Le Cavaleur" (1978). Her role in the latter earned her the César Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Directorial Career

In 1990, Nicole Garcia made her directorial debut with the film "Un Weekend sur deux." Her second directorial work, "Le Fils prefere," was nominated for the César Award for Best Film in 1994 and for Best Director. Garcia has proven her skill both in front of and behind the camera, establishing herself as a talented actress and director.

Awards and Recognitions

In 2001, Garcia received a César Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Place Vendôme." She also won the Best Actress award at the Chicago and Montreal International Film Festivals for the same film. Garcia's talent and dedication have been acknowledged by prestigious award organizations and film festivals.

Selected Filmography

- "Le Gendarme se marie" (1968) - Comedy
- "Le Corps de mon ennemi" (1976) - Action thriller
- "Bolero" (1981) - Melodrama
- "Betty Fisher and Other Stories" (2001) - Thriller