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Muriel Robin
French actress and comedian

Muriel Robin

Muriel Robin
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro French actress and comedian
Is Actor Singer
From France
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio Music
Gender female
Birth 2 August 1955, Montbrison, France
Age 66 years
Star sign Leo
Family
Spouse: Anne Le Nen
Education
Conservatoire national supérieur d'art dramatique
Cours Florent
Awards
Knight of the Legion of Honour  
Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres  
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Muriel Robin is a French actress. She won an International Emmy Award for Best Actress in 2007 and received a nomination for a César Award in 2001 and six nominations for a Molière Award.

Early years

Muriel Robin is the youngest of three children of Antoine Robin and Aimée Rimbaud, who owned shoe-shops in Montbrison. She had two sisters, Nydia and Martine. In 1960, the family moved to Saint-Étienne. When she was very young, she liked to make people laugh and dreamed of becoming a singer. After a lacklustre school career and a love of parties, she ended up failing her Baccalaureate twice in a row. Unsure of which career to follow, she started to sell shoes in one of the family's three shops, without being really motivated.

In 1977, aged 22, she left Saint-Étienne for Paris, taking a course in dramatic arts at Cours Florent, the entry college for the National Superior Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, in Paris. She left as Conservatory Laureate, and returned to sell shoes again in Saint-Étienne

The 1980s

In 1981, she joined Roger Louret, whom she had met in Paris, in Monclar, with his theatre company, Les Baladins en Agenais. Notable people that she met there include Elie Semoun and Annie Grégorio. In 1983, she returned to Paris with Annie Grégorio to work at the Petit Théâtre de Bouvard., where she also met Didier Bénureau. She came up against the authoritarian methods of Philippe Bouvard, but, even so, he gave her a part in a play he had written, Double Foyer. Following that, she played in a role co-written with Didier Bénureau, Maman ou Donne-moi ton linge, je fais une machine, (Mother, or, Give me your laundry, I am washing a load), in 1986, in Avignon, and in 1987 in Paris, at the Théâtre de Dix heures. The play was later shown in Monclar at the Théâtre de Poche. She became known to the wider public, towards the end of the 1980s through a television programme called La Classe, broadcast by FR3 (which became France 3). Muriel Robin met and became good friends with Pierre Palmade. They created her first one-woman-show together, Les majorettes se cachent pour mourir, in 1988, directed by Roger Louret. This programme was a success and pushed Robin into the limelight.

The 1990s

During the 1990s, Robin appeared in numerous plays including Tout m’Enerve, Bedos-Robin a collaboration with Roger Louret, Feu la Ma La Mère, and On Purge Bébé. She also spent some time presenting her work on radio, on Europe 1, with her programme, Tout Robin. In 1997, she obtained her first role in cinema, replacing Valérie Lemercier in Les Couloirs du temps : Les Visiteurs 2 by Jean-Marie Poiré. The same year she wrote and directed with Pierre Palmade in the play, Ils s'aiment,(They Love Each Other) played by Pierre Palmade and Michèle Laroque, which was a notable success with the public and received a nomination for the Molière for the Best One-Man-Show or Sketch Show.

The 2000s

In May, 2000, she announced that she would finish with the genre of the one-woman-show and concentrate on her profession as a comedian, but also that year, took her first big role in cinema in the eponymous role of Marie-Line, by Medhi Charef. Other roles on stage and screen followed, in the following years.

Support for charity

Between 1992 and 2007, Muriel Robin was active in supporting concerts by the Enfoirés given for "the Restos du Cœur" created by Coluche and of which she became a sponsor until 2007. In 2001 she became equally involved with the journalist Marine Jacquemin in "La Chaine de l’Espoir" (The Chain of Hope) organised by the French Medical Institute for "L'Enfant de Kaboul" (The child of Kabul), in Afghanistan. This hospital opened in 2005.

Theatre

Year Title Author Director Notes
1986 Maman ou donne-moi ton linge, je fais une machine Muriel Robin & Didier Bénureau Roger Louret
1988 Les majorettes se cachent pour mourir Muriel Robin & Pierre Palmade Roger Louret Nominated - Molière Award for Best Newcomer Comedian
1989 Un point c'est tout Muriel Robin Roger Louret Nominated - Molière Award for Best One Man Show
1990 Tout m'énerve Muriel Robin & Pierre Palmade Roger Louret Nominated - Molière Award for Best One Man Show
1992 Bedos/Robin Muriel Robin & Guy Bedos Roger Louret
1994 On purge bébé & Feu la mère de Madame Georges Feydeau Bernard Murat
1996 Tout Robin Muriel Robin Roger Louret Nominated - Molière Award for Best One Man Show
Ils s'aiment Muriel Robin & Pierre Palmade Muriel Robin
1998 Toute Seule comme une grande Muriel Robin Roger Louret Nominated - Molière Award for Best One Man Show
2001 Ils se sont aimés Muriel Robin & Pierre Palmade Muriel Robin
2002 La Griffe Claude d'Anna & Laure Bonin Annick Blancheteau Nominated - Molière Award for Best Actress
2005 Au secours ! Muriel Robin Roger Louret
2007-08 Fugueuses Christophe Duthuron & Pierre Palmade Christophe Duthuron
2009 Les Diablogues Roland Dubillard Jean-Michel Ribes
2012 Tranches de Vies Élie Semoun Muriel Robin
2013 Robin revient, tsoin, tsoin Muriel Robin Muriel Robin Nominated - Globes de Cristal Award for Best One Man Show
2015 Momo Sébastien Thiéry Ladislas Chollat Nominated - Molière Award for Best Actress
The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 23 Apr 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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