Agathe de La Boulaye is an actress and a director from Paris, France. She speaks English, Spanish and Italian.
Agathe also lived in America for 10 years and went to an American school. She participated in various acting and directing workshops, where she also did a Course of Shakespear. She did courses in Drama School, Paris and Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Apart from appearing in various French films and theatre productions where she also wrote scenarios, she also appeared in English-based movies.
She started off in "Highlander: The Raven" in 1999, as Christina for 1 episode. She also stared as Caroline Tessier in 13 episodes between 1999-2001 in "Le Crim" She was the Artist in "The Girl" in 2000. TV series followed in 2001, where she portrayed Diana Murray in "Largo Winch" for 2 episodes.
Her biggest-known hit was in 2004 as Adele Rousseau in "Alien vs. Predator" in 2004. She played an Angel in "Dying God" in 2008. Agathe de La Boulaye stars in "Dispartitions, retour aux sources" as Claire Extebarra in 13 episodes, in 2008.
She wrote and directed "Le paravent" in 2003, a short film of 12 minutes. Her career in movies and TV series lasts for more than 15 years now, which also included a co-writing for other short movies and stand up comedy sketches for TV for Marc Jolivet in 1997. Thanks to her experience in writing, Agathe also wrote a comic book in 2004 "La Goule". Before venturing into a movie world, she was also on stage in theatres from 1992-1997. Agathe has her official website in French, listing her achievements and roles as well as her portraits and her comic book.