Yolande Moreau

Yolande Moreau
Name : Yolande Moreau
Birth Date :27 February 1953
Birth Place :Brussels, Belgium
Nationality :NA
Height:NA
Occupation:Actress

Yolande Moreau is a Belgian comedian, actress, film director and screenwriter. She has won three César Awards from four nominations.

Yolande Moreau Movies and TV Shows

  • 7p., cuis., s. de b., ... à saisir [1984 (France)]

    The history of a large and empty home is slowly revealed.

  • 9 Month Stretch [16 October 2013 (Belgium)]

    Ariane (Sandrine Kiberlain), a strict judge, discovers she is pregnant with a murderer's (Albert Dupontel) baby.

  • A Day at the Museum [19 November 2008 (France)]

    Herds of ignorant tourists shuffle between galleries while a natural disaster lurks.

  • A Piece of Sky [May 2002]

    Joanna (Séverine Caneele) is a convicted felon leading a painful and dehumanizing existence behind bars. Back at the factory where Joanna used to work, her old co-workers live similarly unforgiving lives. Led by union leader Claudine (Sofia Leboutte), the female factory workers strive for better compensation and conditions. Ultimately, Claudine must decide whether to stand up for her incarcerated friend and risk compromising her reputation in the factory.… MORE

  • A Woman's Life [5 May 2017 (USA)]

    Jeanne is a young woman full of childish dreams and innocence when she returns home after finishing her schooling in a convent. Yet little by little her illusions are stripped away when she marries a local Viscount.

  • A Wonderful Spell [7 July 2004]

    Folle Embellie is a French-Swiss-Canadian film directed by Dominique Cabrera.

  • Amélie [25 April 2001 (Switzerland)]

    Despite being caught in her imaginative world, Amelie, a young waitress, decides to help people find happiness. Her quest to spread joy leads her on a journey where she finds true love.

  • An Air So Pure [3 September 1997 (France)]

    World War I is dragging on and the rich citizens of Europe have nowhere to go to alleviate their suffering. Magnus (Fabrice Luchini) and Dr. Boyer (André Dussollier) renovate a mansion deep in the mountains and open their doors as a high-class rest and relaxation center. While the clients have their secrets, Magnus and Dr. Boyer have theirs as well -- they also treat maimed and wounded soldiers. After several mysterious deaths, they realize that no one seems to be getting any better.… MORE

  • Call Me Elisabeth [15 November 2006]

    Due to the impending divorce of her parents, Elizabeth, a 10-year-old girl living in rural France, leads a life far from idyllic. However, her life changes after she becomes friends with a stranger.

  • Camille Rewinds [12 September 2012 (France)]

    Camille's twenty five years of love life with Eric becomes a calamity, as Eric has gone to another woman. Abandoned Camille imbibes a lot and her disorientation rewinds her twenty five years with Eric

  • Cinderella [20 March 2015 (India)]

    After the untimely death of her father, Ella is troubled by her stepmother and stepsisters. However, her life changes forever after dancing with a charming stranger at the Royal Ball.

  • Corps à corps [23 April 2003]

    An unnerving thriller about a couple who meet in the aftermath of a traumatic car accident.

  • Crash Test Aglaé [2 August 2017]

    Aglae Lanctot is a very insecure person as she is brought up by an absent father and a careless mother. She can only balance her lifestyle by earning good money but life has other plans for her.

  • Do It Right [3 May 2017 (France)]

    When his mother dies due to her relentless intake of illegal substances, Nassim struggles to pick up the pieces as he juggles life in school and home.

  • Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life [20 January 2010 (France)]

    Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life is a 2010 French drama film written and directed by Joann Sfar. It is a biopic of French singer Serge Gainsbourg.

  • Germinal [29 September 1993 (France)]

    Sous le Second Empire, Etienne Lantier, renvoyé de la société des chemins de fer en raison de ses idées socialisantes, retrouve du travail dans une mine du nord de la France, à Montsou. Il s'installe chez la famille de Toussaint Maheu, son chef.

  • Henri [4 December 2013 (France)]

    Henri and Rita manage a small restaurant in Belgium. Rita's death devastates Henri, leaving him in a lonesome state. When he hires Rosette to help him, things change dramatically.

  • How to Be a Good Wife [January 2020 (France)]

    A woman starts to question the suppressed status of females while running a housekeeping school for teenage girls in 1968 France.

  • I Feel Good [26 September 2018 (USA)]

    A clueless opportunist tries to get rich quick by introducing people to cut-rate plastic surgery.

  • In the House [10 October 2012 (Belgium)]

    A precocious student infiltrates a classmate's family, and submits stories about it for a class. His teacher is shocked at first, but is quickly drawn into, and complicit in, the story, even as it crosses the line into dangerous territory.

  • Incognito [29 April 2009]

    Lucas becomes a pop star by stealing songs from Thomas, a friend he believed to be gone forever. When Thomas suddenly reappears, Lucas attempts to hide his wealth and fame by asking Francis, a failed actor, to take his place.

  • Journey Through China [25 March 2015 (France)]

    Liliane flies to China to repatriate the body of her son who died in an accident. However, her journey of mourning soon turns out to be a trip of discovery.

  • L'Ami Du Jardin [1999]

    A stranger's arrival to a small village coincides with a series of bizarre crimes.

  • La Belle Verte [2 November 2005 (France)]

    A man wakes from a coma with amnesia and is given a notebook with his delirious utterances that he must use to investigate his life and the accident he may have been responsible for.

  • Le grand soir [6 June 2012 (France)]

    An old Bordeaux punk teaches his brother to live freely and give up personal consumption.

  • Let There Be Light [8 July 1998]

    Having decided to address mankind through film, God creates a screenplay and descends to Earth to find a director worthy of making it into a movie.

  • Locked Out [5 April 2006]

    Roland is brought to a police canteen where he meets a lady who inspires him to join the police force. The only hitch is that Roland often tends to confuse people's names and their identities.

  • Louise Hires a Contract Killer [23 September 2008 (Pessac)]

    When they lose their jobs at the factory, Louise hatches a plot with a few of her colleagues to hire a contract killer to murder the owner. The employ Michel, an amateur, who subcontracts to novices.

  • Mammuth [21 April 2010 (France)]

    Mammuth is a 2010 French drama film directed by Benoît Delépine and Gustave de Kervern. It was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. For her role, Yolande Moreau was nominated for Best Actress at the 1st Magritte Awards.

  • Mia and the Migoo [15 November 2008 (Poland)]

    Strange creatures must prevent a real-estate developer from destroying a sacred tree.

  • Micmacs [28 October 2009 (Belgium)]

    Bazil (Dany Boon) has been a victim of weapons manufacturers his entire life. His father was killed by a land mine, and Bazil lost his job after he was shot by an errant bullet -- which is still lodged in his skull. Now Bazil lives on the streets of Paris, where he encounters Slammer (Jean-Pierre Marielle). Slammer takes him under his wing, introducing him to other outcasts. With the help of his new entourage, Bazil devises a plan to exact revenge on the companies that took so much from him.… MORE

  • Paris, I Love You [21 June 2006 (Denmark)]

    An anthology film that depicts the concept of love in the neighbourhood of Paris, where people experience romance, heartbreak and despair.

  • Rebels [13 March 2019 (France)]

    Rebels is a 2019 French comedy directed and written by Allan Mauduit.

  • Séraphine [1 October 2008 (France)]

    Seraphine Louis, a shepherdess, uses crude materials like dirt and animal blood to create paintings. A German art critic notices her work and helps her pave her path to success.

  • Step by Step [11 September 2002 (Belgium)]

    In Belgium, an entire family has been savagely murdered, and inspectors Jean Denoote (Frédéric Bodson) and Chantal Bex (Yolande Moreau) are brought in to investigate. Their prime suspect: Hubert Verkamen (Benoît Verhaert), a charismatic and calm sort known to be a vicious drug dealer but claiming to be a straight-laced businessman. Avoiding confession, Verkamen toys with the police while speaking to the ghost of his mentor, dead crook Louis Chevalier (Philippe Noiret).… MORE

  • The Ax [2 March 2005 (France)]

    A couple of years after being fired, Bruno is still unemployed. With his wife working two jobs and their relationship falling apart, he decides to eliminate the other applicants at a prominent firm.

  • The Brand New Testament [5 November 2015 (Netherlands)]

    The new adventures of God, who lives in Brussels with his teenage daughter and falls foul of her hacking skills.

  • The Childhood of a Leader [2015 (USA)]

    In 1919, an American boy living in France with his authoritarian parents witnesses the creation of the Treaty of Versailles, which shapes his beliefs and causes him to develop a terrifying ego.

  • The Horseman on the Roof [20 September 1995 (France)]

    In 1832, Italian patriot Angelo Pardi (Olivier Martinez) flees to France to escape Austrian invaders. His intention is to raise money and rally support for the Italian resistance, but Austrian spies trail him closely. After taking shelter in the house of noblewoman Pauline de Theus (Juliette Binoche), he learns she must travel to Italy to reunite with her husband. While avoiding the military, his pursuers and a cholera outbreak, Angelo and Pauline begin journeying back to his homeland.… MORE

  • The Last Mistress [30 May 2007 (France)]

    After notorious libertine Ryno de Marigny (Fu'ad Ait Aatou) wins the hand of Hermangarde (Roxane Mesquida), the most marriageable young woman in all the French aristocracy, he breaks off a decade-long relationship with his mistress, Vellini (Asia Argento). When rumor of his affair with Vellini reaches Hermangarde's family, her elderly grandmother confronts him and forces him to tell her the story of their love. Meanwhile, Vellini may not accept rejection that easily.… MORE

  • The Long Falling [4 May 2011 (France)]

    A woman on the run for murdering her abusive husband befriends another widow.

  • The Milk of Human Kindness [19 September 2001 (France)]

    After the birth of her third child, Christelle (Marilyne Canto) feels overwhelmed. During a panic attack, she flees her apartment, leaving behind her newborn. When her husband, Laurent (Patrick Bruel), and her sons return home, she's nowhere to be found. Little does Laurent know that Christelle has been taken in by her upstairs neighbor (Dominique Blanc). Laurent searches for her, starting at her mother's house, where he's confronted by Christelle's irate relatives.… MORE

  • The Pack [18 November 1977]

    Tourists visiting Seal Island for a holiday leave their dogs behind, who are attacked by unknown creatures. Soon, these abandoned dogs strike at the residents of Seal Island.

  • The Summer House [14 January 2011 (USA)]

    Business partners Ronny and Nick are best friends since high school. Things turn nasty between them when Ronny discovers about Nick's wife's affair.

  • The Three Brothers [13 December 1995 (France)]

    The Three Brothers is a 1995 French comedy film written, directed by and starring Didier Bourdon and Bernard Campan alongside their Les Inconnus partner Pascal Légitimus. The film won the award for Best Debut at the César Awards in 1996.

  • The True History of Puss 'N Boots [15 October 2009 (Russia)]

    A clever cat (Jérôme Deschamps) uses magic to help his master (Jean-Claude Bolle-Reddat) find true love.

  • Vagabond [4 December 1985 (France)]

    In the dead of winter, a young woman's body is found in a ditch. With the help of interviews and flashbacks, the intriguing life story of the young woman, Mona, is revealed.

  • Vous êtes de la police? [1 September 2007]

    When a former police officer ends up in a home for seniors, his detecting skills are still sharp, and he gets a chance to put them to the test when a resident is involved in a fatal accident.

  • Welcome to the Roses [2 April 2003 (France)]

    While being transferred from one prison to another, convicts Gilbert (Lorànt Deutsch) and MG (Jean Dujardin) escape and proceed to take Daniel Roze (André Wilms) and his wife, Beatrice (Carole Bouquet), hostage in the couple's house. Though MG simply wants his share of the money from the bank robbery that landed him in jail, the criminals find themselves welcomed by the pair and their 18-year-old daughter, Magali (Clémence Poésy), who all seem to relish the sudden danger.… MORE

  • When the Sea Rises [4 July 2004 (France)]

    Middle-aged Irene is a travelling comic who performs at mix-bag locations around the French-Belgian border. Although she has a family, this aspect of her life is a far cry from any domesticities.

  • Ze Film [23 February 2005]

    A poor young man who has dreams of being a director takes equipment he needs to shoot his own film from a movie set.

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What is birthdate of Yolande Moreau?

- 27 February 1953.

What is BirthPlace of Yolande Moreau?

- Brussels, Belgium.

What is Nationality of Yolande Moreau?

- NA.

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What is Age of Yolande Moreau?

- 67.

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