Claire Sermonne

Profile

Playing Range 28 – 37  · Height 165cm/ 5’4in. · Eyes Green/Brown · Hair Dark Blond · Languages Russian & French Native, English Fluent (EU accent), German Good · Instruments Piano, Guitar · Vocal Range Mezzo-Soprano · Sports Horseback Riding, Fencing, Acrobatics · Drivers  Permit Car 

News

2022

With many theatre credits to her name, it is no wonder that French/Russian actress Sermonne, a graduate of the Conservatory of the Dramatic Arts in Paris AND The Moscow Arts Theatre, adds now significant TV credits to her resume.

2004 – 2007 Moscow Art Theatre Academy (MXAT)
Professors: Dmitri Brousnikine, Roman Kozak, Alla Pokrovskaïa
2003 – 2004 Conservatory of Drama Paris
Professor: Elizabeth Tamaris

Education

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Claire Sermonne

Bio

Claire Sermonne

Claire Sermonne is a French/Russian artist and graduate of Dramatic Arts in Paris and The Moscow Arts Theatre. She works predominately on stage as an ensemble member of “Nouveau Théâtre Populaire” in France, and has worked with such directors as: Valéry Novarina, Clément Poiret, and Alain Ollivier. Additionally, she also performs in Germany at the renowned Volksbühne under the direction of Frank Castorf.  In recent years, she has started adding TV and film  credits to her resume. Her breakthrough came in 2016, when she was cast in the 2nd season of the multi award-winning Starz international period drama, Outlander, in the role of “Louise de Rohan” playing opposite Caitriona Balfe, in a large supporting role. Since then, she has played on many French series. On the big screen, more recently, she played in Best Intentions, directed by Gilles Legrand for 20th Century Fox. Claire speaks French and Russian as native speaker, fluently English and has performed in German.

Film

Selection

Year
Title
Role
Direction
Production
2018
Les Bonnes Intentions
Elke Hammler support
Gilles Lagrand
Epithéte Film                          France
2016
Inferno d’August Strindberg
Sylvia Strindberg support
Paul-Anthony Mille
Kafard Film                             France
2015
Monsieur Cauchemar
Lucile support
Jean-Pierre Mocky
MDP                                          France
2002
Echo
Tamia support
Elie Wajman
                                                   France

TV

Selection

Year
Title
Role
Direction
Production
2019
Il était une seconde fois/Twice Upon a Time
Nadége support
Guillaume Nicloux
Unité de Prod.       France
2016
Outlander
Louise de Rohan lead ensemble
Ronald D. Moore
STARZ TV            France/Scotland                  
2010
Profilage
Sabrina guest star
Alexandre Laurent
TVFrance 2            France

Theatre

Selection

Year
Title
Role
Direction
Theatre
2021
Les Misérables
Fantine & Cosette
Lazare Herson
Théâtre de la Tempête – Paris
2020
Le ciel La Nuit et la Fête
Elmire
Leon C. Paperman
Avignon Théâtre Festival
2020
Psyché
Venus
Julien Romelard
Avignon Théâtre Festival
2020
Don Juan
Mathurine
Emilien Diard-Detoeuf
Avignon Théâtre Festival
2019
Bajazet
Athalide 
Frank Castorf
Vidy Lausanne Théâtre Switzerland
2018
Le Cid
Chimène
Yves Beaunesne
Théâtre Montagnier à Versailles
2015/2018
Le Viviers de Noms
l’historienne
Valère Novarina
Avignon Théâtre Festival
2015/2018
Twelf Night
Olivia
Clément Poirée
Théâtre des Quartiers d’Ivry & Théâtre de la Tempête – Paris
2014
The Cherry Orchard
Annia
Julien Romelard
Festival du Nouveau Théâtre Populaire
2014
Hamlet
Ophélia
Léo Cohen-Paperman
Festival du Nouveau Théâtre Populaire
2013/2015
La Cousine Bette
Valerie Marneff
Frank Castorf
Volksbühne Berlin
2013
Pelleas and Mellisande
Melisande
Clovis Fouin
Festival du Nouveau Théâtre Populaire
2013
Les amours vulnérables de Desdémone et Othello
Emilia
Razerka Ben Sadia Lavant
Théâtre de Nice & Théâtre de Nanterre
2012
La dame aux camélias
Marguerite
Frank Castorf
Théâtre de l’Odéon – Paris
2007
Le Cid
Chimène
Allain Olivier
Festival de Fourvière 2007 & Théâtre Gérard Philippe