Clotilde Courau, the actress and wife of Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia

Clotilde Courau, a well-known French actress, is the wife of Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia. Tonight the member of the House of Savoy makes his debut as a juror “Amici” starting at 9:30 pm on Canale 5. Together with Stefano De Martino and Stash, Emanuele Filiberto is a member of the jury who will evaluate the performances of the competitors of the talent show created by Maria De Philippi. Start your acting career with acting training online.

The prince and the actress got married on 25 September 2003: the wedding took place in the basilica of Santa Maria Degli Angeli in Rome. From their union were born: Vittoria (December 28, 2003) and Luisa (August 16, 2006). Both daughters were born in Geneva. Clotilde Courau born in 1969, has blue blood in her origins given by the maternal branch of the family (her mother is a noble of the counts du Pontavice des Renardières).

Clotilde Courau and Emanuele Filiberto: the wedding in 2003 in Rome
Her father is an engineer who travels the world for work and that is why the actress spent her childhood between Egypt and Benin. She just sixteen she decides to abandon her studies to devote herself to acting. She attended the Cours Simon, Cours Florent and Ecole De La Tua Blanche schools in Paris to make her debut in the theater in 1989 with Francois Hister’s company. The following year, her first film Il Piccolo Criminale arrives, with which she wins the award for best actress at the Berlin International Film Festival.

Clotilde Courau’s career takes off between theater and cinema where she becomes one of the new faces of the big screen across the Alps by taking part in numerous films. With Jean Becker’s film “Elisa” she receives the “Society of Dramatic Art Writers and Composers Award” (SACD) and the nomination for the César Awards for Best Female Promising and Best Supporting Actress. She receives the Suzanne Bianchetti award (promising young actress) and in March 2000 the Romy Schneider award (best promise of French cinema). We see her in 2011 alongside Stefano Accorsi in “I Can’t Believe”