Anna Mouglalis

Anna Mouglalis (born April 26, 1978) is a French actress. Anna Mouglalis was born in Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, to her Greek father and French mother. She spent her youth in the Var département, before moving back to Nantes with her family. Her father is a doctor and her mother is a masseuse. Until 2001 she studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique de Paris (CNSAD) under the direction of Daniel Mesguich. In addition to her native French, she speaks fluent English, Italian, Spanish, and understands Greek to a limited extent. In 1997, she had begun an acting career in La Nuit du Titanic, played in Paris. In the same year she was chosen by Francis Girod for the film Terminal. In 2000 she co-starred with Isabelle Huppert in Claude Chabrol's Merci pour le chocolat. After appearing in Novo (2002) by Jean Pierre Limosin, she was called up by Roberto Andò for the thriller Sotto falso nome. In 2003, she played in La Maladie de la mort which previewed at the Venice Film Festival, a film in black and white by first-time director Asa Mader. In this very same year, she also co-starred at a Greek film, called "Real Life "("Alithini Zoi"), directed by Panos Koutras.


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