Pauline Lefevre Nude And Sexy Photos

Pauline Lefevre Nude and Sexy (10 Photos)

Nude and Sexy photos of Pauline Lefevre.

Pauline Lefèvre, born in Troyes on March 21, 1981, is an actress and animator of French television. After studying at the French School of Press Officers, Pauline Lefèvre works for three years in marketing. She discovers television at the distributor of perfumes Marionnaud where she runs chronicles on the webtv of the sign. She began her career on television in 2005 on the French channel Direct 8 where she runs topical magazines: Tout va bien, Easy Life and Easy Holidays. In June 2008, Pauline Lefèvre made his debut on the stage of Point Virgule, in the play Les fils de mise en scène by Valentine Anglares2. In June 2008, she joined M6 to present the weather. She leaves the channel in September for Canal + where she succeeds Louise Bourgoin as a weather miss in Le Grand Journal, presented by Michel Denisot3. Her performance is variously appreciated: if Judge his humor “stripper” 4 and Première finds it “sparkling” 5, Télérama on the contrary qualifies it as “consternante” 6 and the jury of the Gérard of television awards in 2009 to his weather the Parodic price of “the program supposed to be humorous but during which you laugh even less than with a Thema d’Arte on the concentration camps” 7. In June 2010, she left Le Grand Journal to focus on the cinema. Patrice Leconte gave him her first main role in her feature film Voir la mer, which she directed alongside Clément Sibony and Nicolas Giraud during the summer of 2010.9 From September to December 2010, she participated in the show Tout le monde il Beautiful, everyone is nice presented by Bruce Toussaint10 every Sunday noon on Canal +. For her performance in Voir la mer, she won the Swann d’Or of the “Révélation féminine” at the Cabourg Film Festival 2011. In October 2011, she returned to Canal +, as a columnist for La Nouvelle Édition, presented By Ali Baddou on Canal +. For its section “La vie autrement”, it revolves in particular reports on the ground, around the themes of solidarity and sustainable development. In January 2013, she found the cinema cameras, in front of those of Claude Lelouch, for her film Salaud On t’aime, in which she interprets the daughter of Johnny Hallyday. On August 23, 2013, she married director Julien Ansault, son of comedian Chantal Ladesou. Since January 2016, she plays at the Théâtre de Paris with Daniel Auteuil, Isabelle Gélinas and François-Eric Gendron in Florian Zeller’s play “L’envers du décor. read more