For many years, Florence Pernel made the heyday of the first channel. From 1993 to 2002, the actress had been propelled to the rank of star of the small screen thanks to her role in the series Florence Larrieu: The judge is a woman. Thereafter, she will be replaced by the actress Marine Delterme in Alice Nevers: The judge is a woman before the total cessation of fiction in January 2021.

Since her early career, Florence Pernel has chained television roles. From 2009 to 2015, she played the character of Caroline Delaume in the series My friends, my loves, my troubles… alongside Bruno Madinier and Bernard Yerlès. In parallel with her filming, the actress has also appeared on stage in several plays, including A Streetcar Named Desire, La Boutique au coin de la rue, Quadrille and Suite Française. A job that offers him great freedom of “choice” as she had declared to our colleagues from Télé Star.

“Thanks to two events in particular: first Three colors: Blue, the film by Krzysztof Kieslowski. Having been chosen after such a demanding casting by such a director gave me a feeling of legitimacy. Then there was the success of the play La Petite Boutique au coin de la rue”, she explained in July 2019 and added: “I, who was very complexed for not having followed any theatrical training, I said to myself that I had ten years to go into the fields that attracted me. That’s how I stopped The judge is a woman, a series to which I owe a lot because, precisely, I formed myself with it”.

What is it becoming today? Since 2014, Florence Pernel has played the role of Deputy Prosecutor Elisabeth Richard in the TV movies Crime à… on France 3. In 2021, she was back on stage in the play Inavouable by Eric Assous.

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