Clémence Poésy

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Clémence Poésy

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Clémence Poésy
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Clémence Poésy in 2014
Born Clémence Guichard
October 1982 (age 34)[1][2]
L’Haÿ-les-Roses, Val-de-Marne, France[1]
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1993–present

Clémence Poésy (French: [klemɑ̃s pɔezi]; born October 1982 as Clémence Guichard)[1] is a French actress and fashion model. After starting on the stage as a child, Poésy studied drama and has been active in both film and television since 1999, including some English-language productions. She is known for the roles of Fleur Delacour in the Harry Potter film series, Chloë in In Bruges, Rana in 127 Hours, and Natasha Rostova in War and Peace.

Early life[edit]

Born in L’Haÿ-les-Roses,[1] a southern suburb of Paris, she is the daughter of actor-writer Étienne Guichard and a French teacher. Poésy took her mother’s maiden name as her stage name. She was sent to an alternative school[3] in Meudon.

Her father gave Poésy her first acting job when she was a child; then she had two lines at age 14. She has a younger sister, Maëlle Poésy-Guichard, who is also an actress.[4]


After leaving La Source, the bilingual, alternative school she attended until the age of 16, Poésy studied drama at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique (CNSAD, the French National Academy of Dramatic Arts), the Atelier International de Blanche Salant et Paul Weaver, and the University of Nanterre.[5]

Her first English-speaking role was in the BBC mini-series Gunpowder, Treason & Plot (2004), in which she portrayed Mary, Queen of Scots, subsequently winning the 2005 Golden FIPA for actress in a TV Series and Serial.[6]

In 2005, Poésy appeared in the Harry Potter franchise as Fleur Delacour[7] in The Goblet of Fire. Between 2006 and 2007, she worked in a number of film and television productions, including the 2007 mini-series War and Peace.

In 2008, Poésy starred in the Academy Award-nominated film In Bruges, alongside Colin Farrell, and Harry Potter co-stars Ralph Fiennes and Brendan Gleeson. In 2009, Poésy appeared in Heartless opposite Jim Sturgess. She reprised her role as Fleur Delacour in both Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows movies.[8] She played Chuck Bass‘s new French girlfriend, Eva, in the fourth season of the CW hit show Gossip Girl.[9]

In 2010, Poésy appeared alongside James Franco in 127 Hours, directed by Danny Boyle. 127 Hours was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival on 12 September 2010, following its premiere at the 2010 Telluride Film Festival.[10]

In 2011 she appeared alongside Rupert Friend in Lullaby for Pi, a romantic drama and Benoit Philippon’s directorial debut. The film is about a jazz singer (Friend) whose wife has just died and who meets a mysterious woman (Poésy). Forest Whitaker also starred.[11] She can be heard singing on the album Colour of the Trap by Miles Kane. She is featured on the track “Happenstance”.[12]

She worked alongside Michael Caine in Mr. Morgan’s Last Love,[13] and in 2012 made her Broadway debut in Cyrano de Bergerac as Roxane.[14]

In 2013, Poésy was the female lead in the Sky Atlantic/Canal+ series The Tunnel.[15]


Poésy has been featured in numerous magazines, including the covers of i-D, on French magazine Jalouse twice, on Australia’s Yen, and on Nylon.[4][16][17] Since October 2007, Poésy has been one of three spokesmodels for the self-titled fragrance by Chloé,[7] and has modelled in Gap‘s 2008 autumn advertising campaign.[4][18]

In December 2011, Clémence was chosen as the face of G-Star Raw.[19] In 2014, she became the poster girl for the Love Story fragrance from Chloé.[20]

Personal life[edit]

Poésy is fluent in French and English, and speaks some Italian and Spanish.[21]



Year Title Role Notes
2001 Petite Soeur Anna Short
2002 Olgas Sommer Olga
2003 Welcome to the Roses (Bienvenue chez les Rozes) Magali Rozes
2005 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Fleur Delacour
2006 Le Grand Meaulnes Yvonne de Galais Swann d’Or for Best Actress
2007 Sans moi Lise
Masked Mobsters (Le Dernier gang) Julie
2008 Blanche Chloé Short
In Bruges Chloë Villette
La troisième partie du monde Emma
2009 Heartless Tia[22]
2010 Le mystère Valentine
Pièce montée Bérengère
Lullaby for Pi Pi
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 Fleur Delacour[8]
127 Hours Rana
2011 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Fleur Delacour San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Performance by an Ensemble[23]
The Silence of Joan (Jeanne Captive) Jeanne d’Arc
2012 The Capsule Short
Hopper Stories Short
2013 Mr. Morgan’s Last Love Pauline Laubie
Karaoke! Short
2014 GHB: To Be or Not to Be The New York’s Girl
Métamorphose The Virgin / The Unicorn Short
2015 The Great Game Laura
The Ones Below Kate
2016 Demain tout commence Kristin
7 Minutes Hira
2017 Final Portrait Caroline


Year Title Role Notes
1999 Un homme en colère Hélène TV Series (2 Episodes)
2000 Les Monos Julia TV Series (1 Episode)
2001 Tania Boréalis ou L’étoile d’un été Maguy TV Movie
2003 Life After All Jessica TV Movie
2004 Gunpowder, Treason & Plot Mary, Queen of Scots TV Movie
Golden FIPA Award for actress in a TV Series and Serial
2005 Revelations Exquisite Corpse TV Mini-Series
2006 Les Amants du Flore Lumi TV Movie
2007 War and Peace Natasha Rostova TV Mini-Series
2010 Gossip Girl Eva Coupeau TV Series (4 Episodes)
2012 Birdsong Isabelle Azaire TV Mini-Series
Richard II Queen Isabella/Anne TV Movie
2013–present The Tunnel Elise Wassermann TV Series (18 Episodes)
Pending – ACS Award for Best Actress (2016)


Year Title Role Notes
1993 Le dragon[24]
1995 Mai 45 Mai 95[24]
1997 Picasso 970[24]
2003 Tartuffe[24]
2012 Cyrano de Bergerac Roxane Limited Broadway engagement of 31 previews and 52 performances, concluded 25 November 2012



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