Pauline Étienne is a Belgian actress. She is most known for her performance as Sylvie Bridgette Dubois in the Belgian Netflix original series, Into the Night.
These are seven facts about Pauline Étienne:
Pauline stars as Sylvie Bridgette Dubois in the Belgian sci-fi drama thriller series, Into the Night.
The series set the precedence with its May 1, 2020 premiere as the first Belgian original series to ever air on Netflix.
Based on the sci-fi novel, The Old Axolotl, by the Polish author, Jacek Dukaj, the official IMDb synopsis of the series reads:
"As the sun starts to kill everything in its path, a plane full of passengers attempts to fly west into the safety of the darkness to escape its destructive power."
The main cast besides Pauline consists of an esteemed Polish lineup of actors including Jan Bijvoet, Nabil Mallat, Laurent Capelluto, Astrid Whettnall, Vincent Londez, and Mehmet Kurtulus, among others.
Pauline made her foray into acting in 2008 with her appearance in the drama movie, Private Lessons.
Pauline was 18 when she played Delphine in the Belgian French-language drama. For her performance, she was awarded the Magritte Award for Most Promising Actress.
Pauline has been a major fixture of Belgian television since her 2008 debut. Besides her numerous guest appearances, she has also been a featured cast member -- her role as Céline Delorme in the political thriller series, Le Bureau des Légendes, for instance.
The French-language Belgian political thriller premiered on April 27, 2015, in France, and in the US and Canada on June 1, 2016.
Pauline was a series regular in seasons 2 and 3 and played the character from 2016 to 2017.
Following her acclaimed turn as Céline Delorme in the political thriller, Le Bureau des Légendes, Pauline landed the role of Jessica in the crime thriller series, Public Enemy.
She was a regular on the second season of the acclaimed Belgian thriller based on the crimes of the notorious Belgian child molestor and murderer, Marc Dutroux.
Besides her work on television, Pauline has also been a fixture of the movies.
Besides numerous supporting roles, Pauline has also starred in many movies throughout her career.
She played Laure in the 2009 French drama, Silent Voice, and Lucie in the 2012 French drama, Lost Paradise.
She went on to star as Suzanne Simonin in the 2013 French drama movie, The Nun.
She also starred as Amélie in the 2014 Belgian romance-drama, Tokyo Fiancée. The movie is based on the eponymous autobiography of Belgian Amélie Nothomb, who falls in love with a Japanese man.
Pauline Étienne was born on June 26, 1989, in Ixelles, a municipality in Brussels, Belgium.
As of May 2020, Pauline is 30 years old. She had a passion for acting at a very early age and fostered that passion. She made her professional on-screen debut at age 18.
It is estimated that Pauline Étienne's net worth is somewhere around $250 thousand. She has been an actress since 2008 and been a part of many acclaimed movies and television shows in her native country.
Notwithstanding her litany of minor appearances, she has starred in movies like Silent Voice, Lost Paradise, The Nun, and Tokyo Fiancée.
On television, she is known for her work in dramas like Public Enemy and Le Bureau des Légendes.
She is gaining a good standing with international audiences with her acclaimed turn in the Belgian Netflix sci-fi series, Into the Night, which premiered recently on May 1, 2020.