Marie Bunel followed the course of the Lee Strasberg Institute in Los Angeles and became the student of Blanche Salant at the American Center of Paris. Her career began under the direction of Michel Lang in 1977 in L'hotel de la plage and followed in 1982 in La Boum 2 by Claude Pinoteau. She worked with Claude Chabrol (Le Sang Des Autres ; Une Affaire de Femme ; La Fille Coupée En Deux, Bellamy), Christian Vincent (La Discrète), Robert Enrico (La Révolution Française), Claude Lelouch (Les Misérables), Christophe Barratier (Les Choristes ; La Nouvelle Guerre Des Boutons). She was recently in "Jappeloup" by Christian Duguay with Guillaume Canet and Daniel Auteuil and in the latest feature film by Bertrand Tavernier, Quai d'Orsay. She was nominated in 1995 for the Cesar of the Best Promising Actress for her role of Isabelle in Couples et Amants by John Lvoff. More recently, she was nominated for Best Actress at the Australian Academy Of Cinema and Television Arts for her role in An Accid
Marie Bunel born?
Marie Bunel was born in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, Val-de-Marne, France