Not only is she from Brussels, she’s alto multi-talented. This niece of Marguerite Yourcenar was only 20 when she decided to leave Belgium for a career in Paris. Her decision finally paid off when, three years later, she managed to get her first part in Eric Rohmer’s Les Amours d’Astrée et de Céladon. Not wanting to be labeled, Stéphanie Crayencour showed her versatility as a singer wity the hit La Fille qui sourit de chagrin, followed by an album composed with popular French singer Saule. She made us laugh in the comedy Les Mythos (2011), which got her a nomination for Best Female Promise at the Magrittes. She then starred in Tom le Cancre and the TV-series Les Hommes de l’Ombre. In 2016 she played in the short film Ice Scream (shown at the BIFFF) and Les Visiteurs 3 (not shown at the BIFFF). Since then she played in Bienvenue à Marly-Gomont, Un Petit Boulot, Faut pas lui dire and Un Profil sur Deux alongside the legendary Pierre Richard.