Barbara Schulz (born 1972) is a French actress who won the Prix Suzanne Bianchetti in 2001. She was nominated for the César Award for Most Promising Actress for the 1999 film La Dilettante. For her performances on the stage, Schulz has been nominated several times for the MoliÃ¨re Award, winning in 2001 in the category Best Female Newcomer ("MoliÃ¨re de la révélation théÃ¢traleâ€) for the play Joyeuses PÃ¢ques. Recently she moved from France to New York,where she was cast in an episode of the TV series Pan Am as an Italian woman spying for the USSR. The producers have decided that her character will return regularly in the course of the next episodes
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Born 1972-05-25 (50 years ago) in Bordeaux,France.
|César Award for Most Promising Actress (La Dilettante)||25th César Awards||2000||La Dilettante|