Alexia CARR


Alexia CARR - Actress

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At the age of ten 10, she experienced being in front of a camera

for the first time: As a rider, she doubled the young actor

Stéphane Aznar galopping on a horse for the french television serie

"Fabien de la Drôme" (directed by Michel WYN).


After her french Baccalauréat, she studied Singing and Drama

in the Conservatoire of Nîmes (France) and started her stage experience in the Musical "Singin'in the rain"

and the play "Les Caprices de Marianne" (Musset).


At the age of 19, she played the part of Bouletta (first role)

in Aristophanes' "Les grenouilles sauvent la Paix"

(Adaptation by Yvon Pradel) in Nîmes.


Her musicality and the qualities of her velvet coloured mezzo-soprano voice gave her the possibility to perform in operas:

her interpretation of Carmen (Bizet) in several productions is remarquable, espacially her entrance on stage singing the Habanera riding on a horse .

She has also interpreted with much succes many different operetta parts such as La Belle Hélène (OFFENBACH), La Duchesse d'Albe (Prince de Madrid, LOPEZ), Madame Phidias (Phiphi – Christiné),

Mademoiselle Lange (Fille de Madame Angot – Lecocq) etc...

She is also wonderful in travesti roles:

Bastien (Bastien et Bastienne – Mozart)

and Gustave (Pomme d'Api – Offenbach).


For the cinema, she played Alex in the short film "Synopsis"

by Philippe Léaris in 2011.


For the télévision Arte,

she was chosen to represent three "femmes fatales",

Alma Malher, Ida Rubinstein and Lou Salomé for a TV documentary about 1913 and "Le Sacre du printemps" (Strawinski).


In 2015, Alexia CARR interpreted the main role in the historical film

"Mademoiselle de La CHARCE" directed by Lionel BAILLEMONT

costarring with Marie Christine BARRAULT.