Bérangère Bonvoisin

Born on January 28, 1953, Bérangère Bonvoisin is a French actress and theater director. She is married to Philippe Clévenot and is the daughter of MP Jeanine Bonvoisin. Bérangère is also the sister of actor Bertrand Bonvoisin and the sister-in-law of actor Jean-Yves Dubois. Throughout her theater career, she has collaborated with notable figures such as Antoine Vitez, Jean-Pierre Vincent, Jacques Lassalle, Jacques Rosner, Marcel Bluwal, Robert Girones, Roger Planchon, Bruno Boëglin, and Bruno Bayen.
Bérangère Bonvoisin trained as an actress at the Rouen Conservatory, achieving first prize in tragedy and second prize in classical and modern comedy. In 1970, she collaborated with Alain Bézu and her brother in Alfred de Musset's "On ne badine pas avec l'amour," playing the role of Camille.
She continued her studies at the Conservatoire national supérieur d'art dramatique in Paris under Antoine Vitez from 1974 to 1977, learning from Claude Régy, Philippe Adrien, and Pierre Debauche. In 1976, still a student, she made history at CNAD by directing Marivaux's "Les Sincère," becoming the first woman to do so. That same year, she starred in Marcel Bluwal's TV film "Les Mystères de Loudun" and made her film debut in Jeanne Moreau's "L'adolescent" in 1978.