- Bruni-Tedeschi, Valeria
- (November 16, 1964, Turin, Italy-)Her father was an industrialist and a composer and ran a theater. She settled in Paris in 1974, her family having been threatened by the Red Brigades. She interrupted her literary studies to join the Theatre des Amandiers, where she was the pupil of Patrice Chéreau. From 1985 (Paulette, la pauvre petite Milliardaire, Claude Confortès) to 2008 (Regrets, Cédric Kahn), she played in almost seventy movies. Her sister is singer-composer, former model, and current French first lady Carla Bruni (b. 1967).Filmography2003 ◘ Il est plus facile pour un Chameau / E più facile per un cammello . . . (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist, actor; France / Italy)2007 ◘ Actrices / USA: Actress (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist, actor)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.