Léo Laurent is the son of Mélanie Laurent. Leo’s mother, Laurent is a French actress, filmmaker, and singer. The recipient of two César Awards and a Lumières Award, she is an accomplished actress in the French film industry. Globally, she is best known for her roles in Inglourious Basterds, Now You See Me, and 6 Underground.
Léo Laurent: Profile Summary
|Famous as||son of Mélanie Laurent|
|Date of Birth||September 2013|
|Age (as in 2021)||8 years old|
|Parents||Mélanie Laurent – Mother|
Léo Laurent is the son of Actress, Mélanie Laurent . He was born in 2013 but the exact date is not known. As of 2021, He is 8 years old.
Who is Léo Laurent’s father? The actress has not released the identity of the man who is the father of her son. Laurent was in a long-term relationship with fellow French actor Julien Boisselier which ended in 2009. In March 2013, she revealed that she had married but refused to name her spouse. She told The Independent, “he was a crew member and I was an actress.” Her first child with her partner, a son named Léo, was born in September 2013.
Léo Laurent’s mother, Mélanie Laurent refused to reveal the identity of her husband and the father of her son. She publicly stated that she has a husband. In 2019 she gave birth to her second child, a girl named Mila. She lives in Los Angeles with her partner.
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Léo Laurent’s mother, Laurent has established herself as a successful actress in French cinema. In a 2009 interview, she explained that she does not have ambitions to be a crossover actress. That said, most of her films since 2009 have been in English. She stated that she loved France, her street, her café, and not having to use a car. Rather than go on to work on a big-budget American film after Inglourious Basterds, her next role was in a small theatre piece in France. Léo Laurent’s mother described recording artist Damien Rice and filmmaker Quentin Tarantino as two “masters” in terms of their art.
Laurent made her singing debut in May 2011 with a studio album En t’attendant, under the label of Atmosphériques. Produced by Joel Shearer, the album contains twelve songs, five of which are co-written and co-produced by Irish folk musician Damien Rice. The album peaked at number 22 and number 35 on the Belgian Albums Charts and French Albums Charts respectively. Léo Laurent’s mother recorded the album with Rice, living between Woodstock, New York, and his home in Ireland. In an interview, Laurent revealed that spending time at Rice’s home in Ireland inspired her to maintain a compost heap and eat organic food.