Camille Cottin began her career onstage when she joined the Théâtre du Voyageur troupe. In 2013, she met Eloïse Lang and Noémie Saglio at the birth of the Parisian Bitch project, and took on the title role. They filmed the feature The Parisian Bitch, Princess of Hearts (2015), which earned Cottin a nomination for Best Emerging Actress at the César Awards. She then embarked on projects including Jalil Lespert’s Iris (2016), Noémie Saglio’s Baby Bumps (2017), Éloïse Lang’s Dumped (2018), Vincent Mariette’s Savage (2019), and Sarah Suco’s The Dazzled (2019). In parallel, Cottin pursued an international career, which began in 2016 with Robert Zemeckis’s Allied and was followed by Tom McCarthy’s Stillwater (2021), Rachel Lang’s Our Men (2021), Ridley Scott’s House of Gucci (2021), Kenneth Branagh’s A Haunting in Venice (2023), and Guy Nattiv’s Golda (also 2023).
L’Empire (coming in 2024, Bruno Dumont )
A Haunting in Venice / Mystère à Venise (2023, Kenneth Branagh)