For five years, Alexandre Brasseur has been one of the headliners of Tomorrow belongs to us on TF1. The actor, playing the character of Alex Bertrand, forms a star couple with Ingrid Chauvin (in the role of Chloé Delcourt). A couple that has gained popularity with viewers over the seasons.

However, Alexandre Brasseur does not seek to confine himself to this role of fiction on a daily basis. “I would like people – especially in the business – to hear that it is not because we are filming in a daily series that we cannot do something else”, observes the one who recently played a policeman in Murders in Pont-Aven (France 3) for Télé 7 Jours. “I had the chance to play at the Festival d’Avignon, to shoot a season of the Bureau des legendes (Canal), several TV movies, including Emma Bovary (France 2), of which I am particularly proud… And I have two great projects for the theatre”.

In parallel with his career as an actor, the son of the late Claude Brasseur is also fulfilled in his personal life. Father of two children, Jeanne and Louis, whom he had with his first wife Jeanne, Alexandre Brasseur is now in a relationship with Isabelle Regourd. An idyll that would have emerged behind the scenes on the film sets in Sète since she works for various fictions of the chain.

In April 2021, Alexandre Brasseur shared a snapshot with his mysterious companion (taking care not to reveal his face) on Instagram. “This is not April Fools,” he wrote in the caption of this photo taken facing the sea at the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde Basilica in Marseille. A few months later, the actor finally revealed the face of his half in a new publication, where we saw the couple seated on the terrace with a view of the city of Hossegor.

Of a discreet nature about their couple, Alexandre Brasseur shares rare photos with his companion Isabelle while the latter has made his page private on the social network. Before being in a relationship with him, the young woman shared the life of another comedy: Stéphane Henon, star face of the Plus belle la vie series. According to her LinkedIn page, we learn that Isabelle Regourd, a graduate of a master’s degree in communication and media studies in Toulouse, was in charge of communication from 2008 to 2011 for Telfrance Série, the company that produced the series of France 3.

At that time, Isabelle Regourd would have met the famous comedian on the set and started their story. Their union will see the birth of their two boys, born in 2012 and 2016. Before her separation from the father of her children, this Southerner started independent in 2015 as an image agent. She now works in press relations for the Newen Studios group for the fiction Here it all begins and Tomorrow belongs to us, where her companion appeared.