Jeanne Goursaud

Quick Facts of Jeanne Goursaud

Name Jeanne Goursaud
Birthday April 4, 1996
Age 27 Years
Gender Female
Height 5 Feet 6 Inches
Nationality French
Profession Actress
Married/Single Single
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Jeanne Goursaud is an actress famous for portraying Lea’s role in the 2018 drama movie “The 15:17 to Paris.” She acted alongside Ray Corasani, Alek Skarlatos, and Anthony Sadler, to name a few.

Jeanne Goursaud is also popular with Princess Victoria in the 2017 TV movie “The Swineherd.” Her other notable credits are “The Teacher,” “The Wishlist” and “The Mother of the Murderer.”

Trivia and Facts

  1. In her early career, Jeanne Goursaud worked in the TV series “News From Buttenwarder.” She was in the role of Emma in the second season of “In Your Dreams.”
  2. She was born in Pinneberg on April 4, 1996. She is of German and French heritage, but she is of French nationality.
  3. Goursaud is 27 years old and has a height of 5 feet 6 inches. She has been trained in choral singing and hip hop dancing.
  4. Talking about her educational background, she attended the TASK Schauspielschule fur Kinder und Jugendlichen. She decided to pursue her acting career after graduation.
  5. With over 30 movies and TV series credits, her bio is included in the IMDB. Her bio and personal details, including her birthday, are also featured on Wikipedia.
  6. Jeanne has been notoriously keeping secrets from the media about her parents, family, and personal life. She hasn’t mentioned anything about her family yet.
  7. The famous actress Jeanne “Hubert and Staller” has worked with talented actors, including Ulrich Gebauer, Hendrik Duryn and Gabriel Merz, among others.
  8. Goursaud often shares photos of her shooting, her friends, and her bold Instagram photos. She got 16.8k followers on her verified Instagram handle.
  9. Moving towards her love life, she hasn’t opened up to her boyfriend yet. Little is known about her life of love.
  10. Jeanne’s recent credits include “Barbarians,” “In Truth: Hunting Fever,” and “Para-We’re King.”

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