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In 1998 Laetitia played Falbala opposite Gérard Depardieu in Asterix and Obelix Take On Caesar, produced by Claude Zidi. That was her first acting role, and she went on to star in Errance in 2003, then in La Déraison du Louvre and Le Grand Appartement in 2006. In 2007 she played Angèle in La Jeune Fille et les Loups, by Gilles Legrand. In 2009, Laetitia appeared in Visages, Tsai Ming Liang‘s film which was in the Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2010, she played Brigitte Bardot in Joann Sfar’s film, Gainsbourg (Vie Héroïque). She was nominated for a César award for the role. In 2011 Laetitia performed the voiceover for the animated film Rio and also starred in the thriller Derrière les Murs, directed by Pascal Sod and Julien Lacombe. She is currently on screen in La Guerre des Boutons, by Christophe Barratier.
Laetitia was spotted by a scout for the Madison agency when on holiday in Corsica. That was the beginning of an incredible rise to stardom and Laetitia became a source of inspiration for the greatest designers. A L’Oréal Paris spokesperson for over 10 years, Laetitia Casta is the face of Color Riche lipstick and Infallible foundation. Discover all the videos of Laetitia Casta in the latest L'Oréal Paris advertising campaigns!
Encouraged by her love of theatre, Laetitia followed her instinct and took to the stage in 2004. She asked Jacques Weber to give her a role in Ondine, at the Antoine theatre in Paris. She won the role and went on to play in Elle t’attend in 2008 at the Madeleine theatre.
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