AUDREY FLEUROT Under the spotlight

Born on July 6, 1977, in Mantes-la-Jolie, Audrey Fleurot is a French actress who rose to prominence with her role as the Lady of the Lake in the series «Kaamelott», as well as portraying the lawyer Joséphine Karlsson in the series «Engrenages».

A graduate of the National School of Arts and Techniques of Theatre (ENSATT) in Lyon, the young actress initially aspired to a career on stage. However, it was through television that she achieved recognition. The film industry also welcomed her, notably with her participation in the successful 2012 film, «Intouchables».

Audrey Fleurot gained further acclaim by portraying Hortense Larcher in the series «Un village français», broadcasted on France 3.

On the big screen, she appeared alongside José Garcia in «Fonzy» , as a wrestler in «Les Reines du ring», with Julien Doré in « Pop Redemption»… She also played a key role in the comedy «Les Gazelles» in 2014. That same year, she featured in the cast of the film «Sous les jupes des filles». In 2015, she starred in «Le Fantôme de Canterville», directed by Yann Samuell, and portrayed herself in the fourth episode of the first season of the series «Dix pour cent». In November 2019, Audrey Fleurot was one of the three heroines of TF1’s successful series «Le Bazar de la charité», alongside Julie de Bona and Camille Lou.

In 2022, she once again graced the screen in a TF1 production titled «Les Combattantes». Since 2021, she has embodied the character Morgane Alvaro in the network’s hit series, «HPI».

It is with great pleasure that we feature her in LiFE Magazine.