Noemie Schmidt was born on November 18, 1990, in Sion, Switzerland under the zodiac sign of Scorpio. As per her nationality, she is Swiss and belongs to Caucasian ethnicity.
She has not revealed any information about her parents, however, we got to know that she is the daughter of a lawyer and a biologist. Noemie spent her early days in Sion, where she completed her high school.
Later she moved to Brussels where she studies theatre at the Lassaad International School of Theatre.
Noemie Schmidt who is the age of 28, has a secretive personal life. She was able to keep her dating life far from the media. She might be single at the moment and very busy with her career.
Furthermore, she has never made any headline of her dating anyone. But she might be dating someone secretly. Who knows what she is doing behind the curtain. If she is dating then she might reveal her partner to the media one day.
Noemien has not disclosed any information about her net worth could not be less than $1 million. However, as an actress, she might have earned a good amount of money. Her main source of income is acting. She has been active in her career since 2012.
Talking about her career, she made her screen debut in 2012. She played her role in a short film by Ewa Brykalska entitled “Coda”. Following year she played her role as Dolça in a short movie by Laura Bourdon Zarader entitled “Dolça”.
On the same year, she made her another appearance on a television series “Toi que j’aimais tant” as Pauline. As a result of her good acting, she was praised and won several prizes in festivals dedicated to short films.
Following year, she made her cinema debut in the feature film La Fille sûre by Victor Emmanuel Boinem. In 2014, she appeared on three movies and one television series including, Julia, Locanda, La Vie devant soi and Le Premier été.
In 2015, she won the title role of The Studnet and Mister Henri alongside Claude Brasseur. On that year she appeared on a TV series “Versailles” directed by Simon Mirren and David Wolstencroft.
She has just begun her acting career and in the future, we will be able to see her portraying her role in numerous upcoming movies and TV series.
Radin!, For this is my body, Paris Is Us, and La llum d’Elna are the movies and TV series which she has played her role in.
As a result of her best performance, she was able to win some awards and prizes. In 2013, she won two female performance awarded at the Un festival c’est trop court !.
Later in 2016, she was prized for nest newcomer at the Cabourg Film Festival for her role in L’Étudiante et Monsieur Henri.