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  • Place of birth : Paris
  • Date of birth : 30/05/1976



  • Caunes de Emma


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Emma de Caunes (1976)

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Emma de Caunes is a French film actress. She is best known for playing the role of Sabine in Mr. Bean's Holiday.


 life and career
De Caunes was born in Paris, the daughter of actor/director Antoine de Caunes and director/graphic designer Gaëlle Royer. She was married to singer Sinclair (real name Mathieu Blanc-Francard) who is the father of her daughter Nina . She married Jamie Hewlett in September 2011.

De Caunes's career began at the age of ten courtesy of a role granted by Michèle Reiser, her godmother. The character she played had a boy friend named "Arvin" . She obtained her Baccalaureate in film in 1995.

De Caunes appeared in various advertisements before landing her first major film role in Sylvie Verheyde's Un Frère.
After her performance in the 1997 film, de Caunes won Most Promising Actress at the 1998 César awards and Best Actress at the 1997 Paris Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Actress in the Acteurs à l'Écran awards. She won the 2002 Prix Romy Schneider, an award given annually to a promising young actress.

She had a main role in the comedy film Mr. Bean's Holiday, in which she played the love interest of Mr. Bean.

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