One of the most sought actresses of her generation, Elsa Zylberstein shines above all in French cinema and has been enjoying rich and multi-standard career since her debut. She has appeared in a diverse range of flicks till date. Born to a well-off family in 1969 in Paris, France, Elsa celebrates her birthday on 16 October. Her father, Albert Zylberstein is a reputed physicist and mother Liliane used to serve as Dior’s beautician. Besides being acting prodigy, she wears hats of classical dancer as well. Her love for classical dancing showed up at a very early age. Her training of classical dancing led her to take lessons on dramatic arts at a conservatory. Following completion of study, she made her very first appearance in cinematic world in 1989.
Elsa Zylberstein has always preferred to keep a little of herself hidden from sight. As a confidential type of person, she does not like to reveal her personal life in-front of media. Though already 46, this French beauty is not married yet. She was in romantic relationship with Antoine de Caunes from late 1990s to mid 2000. Following her splits with Antoine de Caunes, she hooked up with George-Marc Benamou. Currently she is sharing buoyant relationship with Nicolas Bedos. The couple commenced dating since 2005.
Complete package of beauty, brain and talent, Elsa Zylberstein stayed on top her game for two decades and still is striving hard to make bigger impact. Her career spans an arc over several eras as well as tastes in France’s history. Though she started her career with some minor roles, eventually she established herself as the leading actress and the most precious jewel of French entertainment world. Started out as Gabrielle in “Bapteme”, she had her first proper leading role in “Mina Tannenbaum” in 1994. She then was seen in “Jefferson in Paris” and “Mr. N.” The following year, she became more familiar to English-speaking viewers with her role in a British drama called “Metroland”. Cast as lover of Bale’s Bohemian, Elsa filled the movie with a lot of its erotic heat, interpreting her role with both intelligence and unself-conscious sex appeal. For the most part, she has remained most visible in French movies, playing complex, intelligent women in screwball comedies and drama alike. She as well obtained roles in “Man Is a Women”, “That Day”, Time Regained” and “Love Torn in a Dream”. In 2006, she portrayed character of an Orthodox Jewish woman named Mathilde who faces problem in marriage in flick “Little Jerusalem”. She then starred in “Jinvente rien”. In 2008, she was in 2 movies shown at the Berlin Festival: “La Fabrique des sentiments” and “Loved You So Long”. She has appeared in several TV sitcoms as a guest artist. She appeared in eighth episode of “Un rique a courir”. She starred in two television movies: “La double inconstance” and “Roses a Credit”. The year 2011 saw her four releases, including “Un baiser papillon”, “JC comme Jesus-Christ”, “Les Tribulations D’une caissiere” and “Plan de table”. In 2012, she played Sister Cordelia in “Lines of Wellington”. More recently Elsa was seen portraying Wizzy in “Gemma Bovery”. Apart from theses, she has a successful career in Broadway and has appeared in different popular plays. Spending more than two decades in the film industry, she certainly has added huge amount to her account; however the numerical data of her net worth has not been reveled yet.
“I’ve Love You so Long” fame Elsa Zylberstein has great fetish for dancing. She is a trained classical dancer. As per her profession, she enjoys performing. She takes interest in politics as well and is a supporter of “Socialist Party”. Kind hearted French actress loves to be part of several social causes. In 2001, she was chosen as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
Elsa with her classical and radiant beauty has won heart of all most all movie lovers. A versatile performer showcasing the whole gamut of acting talent, she effortlessly portrays diverse roles. Her fans can follow her in her social networking sites. Her detailed information can be fetched via several internet sites. Her biography is available in wiki as well.