His face is well known to fans of police fiction. Since 2015, actress Corinne Masiero has played the character of Captain Marleau, broadcast on France 3 and then on France 2 in 2021. Over the seasons, the heroine with her atypical style and renowned for her outspokenness has won the sympathy of millions of French.

According to figures from Médiamétrie, relayed by Puremedias, Capitaine Marleau was the second most watched French series in prime time in 2022, with 7 million viewers (30.9% of the public) behind the HPI series (TF1) with Audrey Flower. If the two heroines with a singular style of dress impose themselves as the figures of French fiction, let us remember that the policeman played by Corinne Masiero has an unusual destiny. Originally created by Josée Dayan, her character appeared in 2014 in the TV movie Between Winds and Tides on France 3.

Seven years after its first appearance on television, Capitaine Marleau continues to seduce the public as well as celebrities. Several artists and comedians have appeared in the detective series, the opportunity for them to respond to the police commander. According to our colleagues from Télé-Loisirs, new stars will shoot with Corinne Masiero this month of February, such as Patrick Timsit, Lucien Jean-Baptiste, Rod Paradot and Dany Brillant. In the Voice of the North, it is already announced that the singer Catherine Ringer and the former escort-girl and actress Zahia have played with the famous actress and activist.

Adored for some, controversial for others… Corinne Masiero is not afraid to mince words. Despite his popularity thanks to his character in the series, the star who turns 59 on February 3, 2023, does not intend to be silent. “This character, I love to play it, I love the people I work with, but I am no one’s muse. My word is mine, it only commits me”, she assured for Télé Star in 2018.

In life as on screen, the heroine chti seduces with her lines and her memorable scenes. For this occasion, Planet invites you to review 7 outstanding moments of the actress in Captain Marleau. A non-exhaustive selection to discover in our slideshow.