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I like to make people laugh. That's for sure. And I really like to humiliate myself and go very far in derision and stuff. But no, I like everything. I started a little bit of doing drama, too. I like that, too. I guess I just want to touch everything.

I like to make people laugh. That's for sure. And I really like to humiliate myself and go very far in derision and stuff. But no, I like everything. I started a little bit of doing drama, too. I like that, too. I guess I just want to touch everything.

I didn't choose Paris. I like to think that the city chose me. ---->>>

I'm vegetarian, so it's difficult for me to eat Tourtiere. ---->>>

What is protecting me is that it is not a finality being an actress. I really think we tend to idealize this job a lot. When you're an actress and you're really famous, it means people believe you are on top of the world - and I think that's not true. ---->>>

Both my parents are actors, and I saw them struggle with work, waiting for phone calls. ---->>>

When Steven Spielberg thinks you're the one, then I'll do anything. If you want me to put a dead horse on my head, I'll do it. ---->>>

Food from Quebec is not known to be amazing. Actually, even though you can eat really, really well in Montreal, it's crazy. It's one of the best cities I eat in, but typical Quebec food is like food from people that work in the woods. It's potatoes, meat and sauce. ---->>>

Biography

Charlotte Le Bon profile (charlotte-le-bon.jpg)
Nationality: Canadian
Born: 09-04, 1986
Birthplace: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Occupation: Actress

Charlotte Le Bon (born 4 September 1986) is a French Canadian actress, model and television presenter. She is known for her work in the Canal+ talk show Le Grand Journal, and the films Yves Saint Laurent, The Hundred-Foot Journey, and The Walk.(wikipedia)