Mini Bio (1)
Rosemarie La Vaullée grew up in the Paris region and studied acting and singing before being accepted in the prestigious "classe libre" of the "Ecole Florent". She burst onto the French television screens as the heroine "Sorenza" in the summer blockbuster mini-series "Dans Un Grand Vent des Fleurs" which continues to be shown as well as sold as a DVD box set and for which she was nominated for the French equivalent of an Emmy award, the Sept d'Or. Her many and varied roles since have included that of a paraplegic math teacher in "La Bascule" and "La Bascule a deux", three different police women, "Sauveur Giordano", "Les Cordiers" and a season of "la crim", a lawyer in "Intime Conviction" as well as highly regarded historical roles such as the daughter of Charles Aznavour in "Le Pere Goriot" or "Elisabeth" in "La Pompadour". Fully bilingual French/English this highly photogenic and talented actress has also played the female lead alongside Randy Quaid in "The Sands of Eden". She chooses not to flaunt her private life in the press and remains out of the limelight unless the publicity of a certain project demands it, in which case she has been invited on "Vivement Dimanche" with Michel Drucker, "Ca Se Discute" with Jean-Luc Delarue and many radio and press appearances as well as TV news (Journal de 13h).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Pierre Cerf