Leonor Graser

Léonor Graser (born in 1984 in Paris, France) is a French actress, scriptwriter and film director. Graser is the daughter of Antoine Silber and Catherine Belkhodja, the Franco-Algerian actress and journalist of Kabyle and Turco-Mongol descent, the fourth child in a family of five. One of her sisters, Maïwenn Le Besco, is also an actress and film director. Her brother Jowan Le Besco, partner to Catherine Deneuve in Princesse Marie and documentary maker, was chief cameraman in Demi-tarif and Charly, two films written and directed by their sister Isild Le Besco. Her other brother, Kolia Litscher, is also an actor. A former student at the Paris National Academy of Music, Léonor started studying music on a part-time basis, prior to joining Lycée Charlemagne and Lycée Turgot, two Paris secondary schools renowned for their academic standards. Since early childhood, she had been a singer at the Paris Choir School, which enabled her to perform in a large number of concerts at the Paris Opera, Beaubourg Museum, Notre-Dame Catheral and Chatelet Theatre.


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