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Emmanuelle Grange

Emmanuelle Grangé lived in Berlin until she was eighteen. After studying higher in Strasbourg, she turned to theater and a career as an actress. In particular with André Steiger, Jean-Marie Patte, Jacques Lassale, Matthias Langhoff, René Allio, Guillaume Delaveau. His most recent shows: The Princess of Cleves, directed by Magali Montoya The Chairs by Eugène Ionesco, directed by Bernard Lévy. She is the author of two novels published by Arléa, His absence (2017) et  The remarkable bitters (2019)