Audrey Fleurot started out on stage and acted in a couple short videos before her debut on television in the 2002 telefilm ‘Froid comme l'été’ (Cold as Summer). In the next couple years, she appeared in short films like ‘L'élan des sens’ and ‘Les seins de ma prof d'anglais’, and had a guest role in the TV series ‘Blague à part’. She achieved a breakthrough with the role of Lady of the Lake in the French medieval fantasy comedy series Kaamelott in 2004-09. One of her other notable early roles was as Joséphine Karlsson in the police procedural and legal drama series ‘Spiral’ (‘Engrenages’), which she portrayed in 86 episodes of the series between 2005 and 2020, earning an ‘ACS Award’ nomination for ‘Best Actress’ category in 2018.
Early on in her career, she also appeared in television series such as ‘Femmes de loi’, ‘Diane, femme flic’, the mini-series ‘Confidences’, ‘Greco’, ‘P.J.’, ‘Équipe médicale d'urgence’, ‘Commissaire Cordier’, ‘Flics’, and the mini-series ‘Éternelle’, apart from telefilms like ‘La bonne copine’, ‘Fort comme un homme’, ‘Le Nouveau Monde’, ‘La reine et le cardinal’, ‘Le bourgeois gentilhomme’ and ‘L'amour aller-retour’. Her film credits during this period included ‘Les Deux Mondes’, ‘Leur morale... et la nôtre’, and ‘La Sainte Victoire’. She was cast in the role of Hortense Larcher, the mayor's wife, in ‘Un village français’, which she portrayed until 2017 and bagged two back-to-back ‘ACS Awards’ nominations for ‘Best Actress’ in 2015-16.
Audrey Fleurot started appearing in the television series ‘Affaires étrangères’ and ‘Tango’ in 2010 and returned to both in the following years. In 2011, she appeared in the series ‘Zak’ and the telefilm ‘La vie en miettes’, and also acted in several French films like ‘The Women on the 6th Floor’, ‘Delicacy’ and ‘The Intouchables’, the last of which was a huge success internationally and gave her public recognition. The same year, she was cast in the American fantasy comedy film ‘Midnight in Paris’ by Woody Allen, but her role was cut substantially during editing.
In 2012, Audrey Fleurot played La Présidente in the French-Belgian detective comedy ‘Mais qui a re-tué Pamela Rose?’ (also known as ‘F.B.I. Frog Butthead Investigators’). 2013 was a major year for Fleurot, who played one of the heroines in the comedy film ‘Les reines du ring’ (‘Queens of the Ring’), for which she trained in catch wrestling for three months. It was followed by leading female roles in the musical comedy ‘Pop Redemption’, the comedy film ‘Fonzy’, and the thriller ‘La Confrérie des tears’. Her other appearances that year were in films ‘La fleur de l'âge’ and ‘La vraie vie des profs’, and the series ‘Le débarquement’. Fleurot, who had previously voiced Zhen in the French dubbed version of the American spy film ‘Mission: Impossible 3’ in 2006, provided the French dubs for Samantha, an artificial intelligence voiced by Scarlett Johansson in the original version of the American science-fiction romantic drama ‘Her’ in 2013.
In 2014, Audrey Fleurot continued to earn accolades for her major roles in comedy films like ‘Les Gazelles’, ‘French Women’ (‘Sous les jupes des filles’) and ‘Belle comme la femme d'un autre’. She played herself in the episode ‘Audrey’ of the French comedy-drama series ‘Call My Agent!’ in 2015 and went on to appear in another episode of the series in 2018. In 2016, she played lead roles in the French-Belgian family comedy film ‘The Canterville Ghost’, based on a short story of the same name by Oscar Wilde, and the satirical drama ‘L'idéal’ (‘The Ideal’). The following year, she portrayed one of the main characters, Catherine Keemer, in the second season of the detective series ‘Les témoins’ (‘Witnesses’) and appeared on the made-for-television movie ‘Peur sur la Base’. After ‘French Women’, she appeared in another choral film, ‘La fête des mères’ (‘All About Mothers’), in 2018, and played a pivotal role in the British television drama series ‘Safe’ the same year.
In the 2019 French period drama miniseries ‘Le Bazar de la Charité’ (English title ‘The Bonfire of Destiny’), she gave a powerful performance in the iconic role of Adrienne de Lenverpré, a woman who fakes her death to escape from her tyrant husband. She was nominated for the ‘Globes de Cristal Award’ for best television actress in 2020 for the role. Following her appearances in films like ‘À cause des filles ..?’, ‘Divorce Club’, and ‘Connectés’, she reprised her role as Lady of the Lake in the 2021 French fantasy film ‘Kaamelott: First Installment’, the first part of a trilogy intended as a sequel to the original series. The same year, she played the main role of Jeanne Sarlat in the thriller mini-series ‘Mensonges’ and charmed the audience again in the lead role of the highly gifted housekeeper Morgane Alvaro in the French-Belgian crime-comedy series ‘HPI Haut Potentiel Intellectuel’. She earned her fourth ‘ACS Award’ nomination for the series, which has already been renewed for a second season. Her other recent performances include films like ‘Haters’ and ‘La classe internationale’, the mini-series ‘Esprit d'hiver’ and the telefilm ‘Ils s'aiment... enfin presque!’ She is also scheduled to appear in the upcoming historical mini-series ‘Les Combattantes’ and the comedy film ‘La très très grande classe’.
Set in Paris, Midnight in Paris follows a screenwriter who is forced to confront the relationship issues he has with his fiancee and accept that their ways of life are too different to be compatible. The film premiered at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.
This romantic comedy drama film tells the story of Nathalie, a French woman who is still mourning the death of her husband who had passed three years ago. However, her life takes a turn when she begins a romantic relationship with a Swedish co-worker.