French actress Sarah Biasini studied theater at the Lee Strasberg Institute in Los Angeles and then went to the Actors Studio in New York City before making her acting debut as the protagonist in the Emmy-nominated French mini-series ‘Julie, chevalier de Maupin’ in 2004. The series was a swashbuckling adventure based on the life of the sword-wielding 17th-century opera star Julie d'Aubigny.
She made her stage debut in the play ‘Barefoot in the Park’ at the Marigny Theater in Paris in September 2005. The play was an adaptation based on a popular romantic comedy. She then played the role of Marie-Christine in ‘Mon petit doigt m'a dit...,’ a 2005 French comedy-mystery film. The movie was based on the 1968 novel ‘By the Pricking of My Thumbs’ by Agatha Christie.
In 2008, the actress appeared in the film ‘A Man and His Dog.’ Directed by Francis Huster, the film starred actor Jean-Paul Belmondo in his final role. She appeared in the film ‘Recon: A Filmmaker's Quest’ in 2012 and ‘Le Général du roi’ in 2013.
Charles is a retired person who lives in a small room in the house of his lover, a rich widow. However, when the latter decides to break off the relationship, Charles finds himself on the street with his dog.