Did you know Camille Cottin is an actress from France? This piece lets you know Camille Cottin’s net worth, husband, children, parents, family, age, height, salary, and other information you need.
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Camille Cottin is an accomplished French actress and well-known comedian. She was disc overed in the limelight in 2013 following her debut appearance as a capricious Parisian woman in the Canal+ hidden camera-sketches series Connasse which ran from 2013 to 2015.
Camille Cottin Net Worth
How much is Camille Cottin worth? Camille Cottin’s net worth is estimated at around $5 million. Her main source of income is from her primary work as an actress. Cottin’s salary per month and other career earnings are over $315,000 dollars annually. Her remarkable career achievements have earned her some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy car trips. She is one of the richest and most influential actresses in France. She stands at an appealing height of 1.71m and has a good body weight which suits her personality.
Camille Cottin also appeared in the theatrical film based on the series The Parisian Bitch, Princess of Hearts (2015), which shot her into the spotlight in France. Her roles in these films gained her nomination for the César Award for Most Promising Actress.
She achieved global significance in her role as Andréa Martel in the France 2 drama series Call My Agent! (2015–present). She later on had leading roles in films such as Baby Bumps (2017), The Mystery of Henri Pick (2019), The Dazzled (2019), and Toni, en famille (2023).
Camille Cottin took an English role in 2016 to expand her career. She made her first English-language appearance in Robert Zemeckis’s thriller film Allied (2016), followed by the BBC America drama series Killing Eve (2020–2022). The year 2021 brought her some roles and acted opposite Matt Damon in Stillwater and in Ridley Scott’s biographical crime film House of Gucci.
Born on December 1, 1978, in Paris, France, Cottin spent her childhood in London before relocating back to France. After returning to her native country, she became a teacher in a high school where she taught English. In addition, she took classes at a theatre and dramatic art school and then with the company “Théâtre du Voyageur”.
Camille Cottin acted in small roles in many films and television series. In 2009, she joined the “Troupe à Palmade”. She also secured an advertisement deal for a Japanese telephone, directed by Wes Anderson with Brad Pitt, with music by Serge Gainsbourg with the song “Poupée de cire, poupée de son” sung by France Gall.
In 2013, she secured the main role in Connasse on Canal+ produced by Silex Films, a series consisting of sketches in candid camera of less than two minutes each. Written by Noémie Saglio and Éloïse Lang, the episodes were broadcast on Le Grand Journal and became available on DVD on 4 March 2014. She subsequently appeared in the film based on the series titled The Parisian Bitch, Princess of Hearts, released in 2015.
In 2015, Cottin acted in the lead role of agent Andréa Martel in Call My Agent!, a television series that has run for four seasons (a fifth season and a movie are in the pipeline) that was first broadcast on France 2 and which later enjoyed wide international distribution on Netflix; Cottin won a Best Actress ACS Award for her role. In 2016, Cottin appeared in Allied, In the Shadow of Iris, and The Fabulous Patars. In 2022, she joined the all-star cast of the mystery film A Haunting in Venice, directed by Kenneth Branagh.
Camille Cottin husband
Camille Cottin is not married but is in a relationship with Benjamin Mahon. They have been together since 2005. Cottin and Mahon have two children, their first child was in 2009, and second, a daughter was born in August 2015.