Heroine or villain, depending on the points of view, in the film L’Idéal, Audrey Fleurot (38) is also on the magazine Lui. Partially wrapped in a fur jacket and photographed by Mark Seliger, she reveals her breast, pensive look with concern key. In the inside pages, the actress of Un village français and Engrenages, not hesitating to reveal her most intimate parts.
Audrey Fleurot was pregnant during the shooting. She is the mother since the end of 2015 of a boy, fruit of her love for her partner, the director Djibril Glissant. She also emphasized that pole dancing is the touge throughout her career because in fact in the series Ten percent and Ideals, but also in the Gazelles. And when asked as she regained her goddess body after childbirth, she replies brightly: “Essentially thanks to Photoshop.” Why daring to get naked in Him? “That’s to please the ungrateful teenager I was [she said to 30 kilos more when she was younger].”
She is best known for playing the Lady of the Lake in Kaamelott, Joséphine Karlsson in Spiral and Hortense Larcher in Un village français. In 2011, she played in the international hit, The Intouchables. Fleurot was born in Paris, and graduated from the École nationale supérieure des arts et techniques du théâtre in Lyon in 2000. She is one of the most popular actresses in France and this is why his pictures for him have aroused much curiosity.
Regard Lui (that’s French for “Him”), is a French adult entertainment magazine created in November 1963 by Daniel Filipacchi, a fashion photographer turned publisher, Jacques Lanzmann, a jack of all trades turned novelist, and Frank Ténot, a press agent, pataphysician and jazz critic.