Biography - Zoé Félix
Biography Zoé Félix
Born in Paris, Zoé Félix was discovered at 17 on a bus by Myriam Bru, a star agent who wanted to launch the career of the young girl.
With her first payments she paid her visual arts studies before landing in her first role on the big screen in 1998 with the film Déjà Mort (Already Dead) by Olivier Dahan (La Vie En Rose) which earned her the Best Actress Award at the Béziers´ Comedians Youth Festival. She eventually quitted school to devote herself to an acting career.
She appeared in several short films and reached fame thanks to her role in La Beuze playing alongside Michael Youn in 2003.
She also played in Le Cœur des Hommes (The Heart of Men), and Le Cœur des Hommes 2 (The Heart of Men 2), where she played the wife of Gérard Darmon. She also played in L’Anniversaire (The Birthday) and in L’Incruste (The Overlay) with Frederick and Diefenthal Titoff.
Zoé Félix believed in her chances in 2009 and won the role of the wife of Kad Merad in the film Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis (Welcome to the Sticks’ Place) that held the all-time record in the French box office.
In 2008, she played Clara Sheller on television in the second season of the series with the same name. She overtook the role previously played by Melanie Doutey.