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Acting for adrenaline

A painter-turned actress is not a common combination in the world of cinema, but following the success of her debut comedy, Louise Bourgoin has become better known simply as the “Girl from Monaco”.

The charming French starlet said she appeared in Anne Fontaine’s comedy, “The Girl from Monaco”, quite by chance and immediately fell in love with acting.

Bourgoin told RT’s Valeria Paikova the comedy helped her reveal some new traits of her personality and get her adrenaline pumping.

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