India Hair

Actress

About

“Cin­e­ma is a place of refuge … A place with peo­ple I would nev­er have met oth­er­wise, and who, at the end of the film, become friends.”

Born to a French Amer­i­can father and an Eng­lish moth­er, India Hair land­ed her first fea­ture film role in 2011 in Raphaël Jacoulot’s The Night Clerk. The fol­low­ing year, she won the Lumière Award for Most Promis­ing Young Actress and was nom­i­nat­ed for the César Award for Most Promis­ing Actress for her per­for­mance in Noémie Lvovsky’s Camille Rewinds. She went on to do as many roles in film (Alain Guiraudie’s Stay­ing Ver­ti­cal (2016), Hubert Charuel’s Bloody Milk (2017), Éric Gravel’s Crash Test Aglaé (2017) and most recent­ly Quentin Dupieux’s Mandibles (2020)) as on the small screen (Lau­rent Perreau’s The Odd Girl (2017), Jeanne Her­ry’ series Mouche (2019) or Eleanor Faucher’s Clum­sy (2019)). This year, India Hair was again nom­i­nat­ed for the César Award for Most Promis­ing Actress for her role in Olivi­er Babinet’s Sex­fish. She will soon be seen on Arte in Jérôme Bonnell’s minis­eries Les hautes herbes and on the big screen in Ursu­la Meier’s La Ligne and San­drine Kiberlain’s first film A Radi­ant Girl.

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