Elisa Servier is a French actress turned painter.
Elisa Servier grew up in Villepinte, Seine-Saint-Denis, France and was born on May 5, 1955. She starred in films such as Le Garde du corps (1984), Tendres Cousines (1980), Quand épousez-vous ma femme ? (1992) and Peut-être (1999).
Eye color: Gray
Hair color: Blonde
Family and ethnicity
Parents, Brothers, and Sisters
Relationships/Affairs, Husband, Children
On a more personal level, Elisa Servier has been married twice.
Julien Nakache, born March 29, 1985, her eldest son, was fathered by Jean-Michel Nakache, her first husband.
Following her union with the screenwriter Gilles Niego, her second husband, she has a daughter, Manon Niego, born on December 16, 1993. Manon Nigeo – LinkedIn However, the couple divorced in 2004 after a marriage of fourteen years.
In the arms of her companion, Pascal Cromback, Lisa Servier found love once again.
Filmmakers Daniel Ceccaldi and Pascal Thomas made ‘Confidences pour Confidences’, a film that portrays a generation of women through the lives of three young sisters, suburbanites who became Parisians in the 1960s.
Her comedy training began with Francis Huster at Cours Florent, where she took lessons for three years. David Hamilton toured with her in Tendres Cousines in 1980. The same year, she staged her first play (Le Garçon d’hôtes, by Gérard Lauzier) at Petit-Marigny under the direction of Daniel Auteuil. She played the leading role in Le Divan, by Remo Forlani, at the La Bruyère theater in 1981, alongside Roger Pierre and Isabelle Mergault, and under the direction of Pierre Mondy. Over the years that followed, she starred in around a hundred films and television films, including ‘Les grandes sagas estivales’ for TF1, ‘Vent des moissons’ and ‘Tempêtes d’été’, by Jean Sagols, with Annie Girardot and Gérard Klein. The actress then marked her appearance at Central Nuit, alongside Michel Creton, Nestor Burma, Léo Mallet, where she plays Commissioner Niel opposite Guy Marchand.
As an actress, she has appeared in several films, including Michel Lang’s ‘Nous ne sommes pas des anges… eux non plus’, in which her role is that of Sabine Azema’s little sister, and in ‘Pour des briques, tu n’as plus rien……’ work of Édouard Molinaro, with Gérard Jugnot and Daniel Auteuil, with whom she appears again in ‘Quelques jours avec moi’ by Claude Sautet, in 1988. Among her performances in 2010, she was part of the comedy with Bienvenue à bord, by Eric Lavaine, with Valérie Lemercier, Franck Dubosc and Gérard Darmon. In 2013, she played Sophie in Le Cœur des hommes 3 directed by Marc Esposito, which also featured Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Marc Lavoine, Bernard Campan and Eric Elmosnino.
About fifteen plays have been performed by Élisa Servier at the theatre. Several recognized directors have worked there, from Pierre Mondy to Jean-Luc Moreau, and Bernard Murat. La Panique au Plazza by Ray Cooney, with Christian Clavier, played at the Marigny theater was one of her most successful performances. She then performed three plays by Éric Assous, including Les Belles-Sœurs at the Saint-Georges theatre, Secret de famille, with Michel Sardou, at the Théâtre des Variétés, and Une Journée Ordinaire at the Théâtre des Bouffes in Paris, with Alain Delon.
She is currently associated with Pascal Cronvac.
Facts / Anecdotes
- A few of her hobbies are reading, photography, learning, traveling, and browsing the internet.
- Besides being a fan, she was also friends with Jean-Paul Belmondo, the late French actor.