Jennifer Decker

Jennifer Decker


Jennifer Decker was born on Dec 28, 1982 in France. Jennifer Decker's big-screen debut came with Jeune homme directed by Christoph Schaub in 2006.

Beautiful French actress Jennifer Decker started out as a theatrical actress. Her first role was at age 18 as Juliet in William Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet", directed by Irina Brook. The play was very successful and toured throughout France, as well as abroad, for many months. Afterward, she began to show interest in cinematography. For this she next appeared in Steve Suissa's L'amour Est Un Jeu Dangereux (2011) ("Love on the Run")--also known as "Trop Plain D'amour" and "Cavale"--opposite Nicolas Cazalé. She played Noémie, a young teenager who goes on the run with Simon, a boy who's on the fast track of life.Although she tends to focus on feature films, Jennifer also shows interest in short films as well. For this she was seen next in Pierre Bernier's Jeux de haute société (2003), a short in which she played Madame Blanche. Her acting skills do not stop at shorts, however. She started in the renowned french series Une femme d'honneur (1996), in the episode "Les Liens du Sang", playing Laëtitia Cervantes, a very intense and interesting character.Jennifer had a busy year in 2006, completing four more films. She started the year off with Jeune homme (2006), a Swiss film, in which she plays Elodie Dumoulin, a young artist who takes drawing lessons and meets the lead character Sebastian, played by Matthias Schoch. Sebastian is a new transfer student from abroad who came to study in France. Sebastian stayed with a French family who, coincidentally, is Elodie's family. After "Jeune Homme" she starred in the acclaimed Les amants du Flore (2006), directed by Ilan Duran Cohen and starring the magnificent Anna Mouglalis. Jennifer played Marina, a very sensitive character who is a student and falls in love with her teacher, Simone de Beauvoir, but later fell for a lover who died during the Second World WarWho would have predicted that in 2006 Hollywood would come knocking on Jennifer's door? She was discovered by producer/director Tony Bill while he was vacationing in Paris. She was soon cast as Lucienne in Flyboys (2006), World War I actioner, opposite James Franco and Jean Reno. This was Jennifer's debut as a feature-film actress, and she got rave reviews from both critics and fans across the globe.In 2006 she returned to France for a made-for-TV film revolving around the life of Jeanne Poisson, la Pompadour, called Jeanne Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (2006). Jennifer plays La Dauphine, the wife of Poisson's husband's best friend. In this film she plays a character older than the characters she usually plays. After working with Robin Davis in "Jeanne Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour", Jennifer starred in an even more interesting role, in a comedy called Hellphone (2007), directed by James Huth. The movie was not like other Hellphone movies made by Hollywood, for this one had a very different angle to it--Jennifer plays Angie, the love interest of Sid, played by Jean-Baptiste Maunier, who desperately wants to date her but has no cell phone to contact her. He buys an amazing phone--picked up at a cheap Chinese store--for 30 Euros to get a closer connection to Angie. Unfortunately, he doesn't realize that the phone comes from Hell. This film earned a lot of press attention, and boosted Jennifer's career to a new level.She took a year off from the film industry, returning in 2009 with a German film called Lulu et Jimi (2009), opposite Ray Fearon, and directed by the acclaimed Oskar Roehler (it went on to be the official selection for the German film festival). She plays Lulu, a very outgoing and rich German lady who falls deeply in love with Jimi, a black man who was a middle-class worker in a fair near where Lulu lives. Her family disapproves of Jimi, and she and Jimi run away, traveling from one state to another. After "Lulu & Jimi" Jennifer starred in Erreur de la banque en votre faveur (2009), a French film directed by Gérard Bitton and Michel Munz. It tells the tale of a group of guys planning to steal from the city bank. Jennifer plays Harmony, a local employee. She falls in love with her boss, who happens to be one of the men involved in this great robbery scheme. In 2010 she played "Laura", opposite Anaïs Demoustier and Pio Marmaï, in D'amour et d'eau fraîche (2010), directed by Isabelle Czajka. This was her second film with Anaïs Demoustier, the first one being "Hellphone".Most recently Jennifer could be found in France, filming a made-for-TV film called Les amants naufragés (2010)--also known as "Les Veufs" for the novel on which it was based--directed by Jean-Christophe Delpias. Jennifer plays "Mathilde", wife of Stan who is a writer. He had just finished writing his latest novel, "The Castaways". Stan is a very jealous lover, concerned that the alluring and beautiful Mathilde, a model, is cheating on him. He sends his friend to spy on Mathilde, who had lied about wanting to spend more time with her parents. Stan finds out that the "parents" turned out to be a handsome young fashion designer. With the rage he feels for Mathilde's infidelity, he arrives to surprise the lovers. He overreacts in the scene, killing the young designer on the spot. But what if the author had mistaken fiction for fact?Jennifer Decker has appeared not only in feature films, shorts, television and theater but much more. stars not only in movies, short-films and theatrical performances, but much more. In 2009 and 2010 she collaborated with Block N'Fall on the play "Novembre, Deja".

  • Birthday

    Dec 28, 1982
  • Place of Birth

    Paris, France
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