This April 25, 2023, the French actress Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu blows out her 60 candles. Since the 1980s, and in particular thanks to her role in the comedy Trois hommes et un couffin for which she was nominated for the César, the actress has become an emblematic figure of French-speaking cinema.
His career on the small screen took off from 2015 thanks to his role in the series Ten percent alongside Camille Cottin, Thibault de Montalembert or even Fanny Sidney. In 2020, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu gets the main role of Sylvie Grateau in the American series Emily In Paris. Her French chic and outspokenness make her a cult character in Netflix fiction.
On the occasion of the promotion of the series, the actress had agreed to confide during an interview granted to the media Page Six. The Frenchie returned to her relationship to beauty and cosmetic surgery. “Don’t do too much to your face. Just be kind and accept it. Little things can be done, but as soon as you try to do too much and don’t own it, it looks like a big deal. little… Hm.”, she said.
Regarding old age, the sublime actress gave some advice in order to accept the passage of time. “Just be happy to be wiser. I like that idea. I think it brings me a serenity that I didn’t have before (…) It’s something we should really appreciate instead of “trying to go back to who we were 30 or 20 years ago. It doesn’t make sense. It’s great to just enjoy what we have and I think things are getting better and better.”
Although sublime at 60, Planet invites you to rediscover its pretty shots from the early 2000s.