Micky Sébastian Wiki, Height, Age, Husband, Family, Biography & More

Micky Sebastian

Micky Sebastian is a French actress, voice-over artist, and theater director. She gained popularity in the movies like The Divorce (2003), Swann in Love (1984), and Battle of the Brave (2004).


Micky Sebastian was born as Mihaila Hechter [1]Amazon in Bucharest, Romania in 1958. She is 65 years old as of 2022. She migrated to France along with her parents, when she was just three years old. She started her training as an actress at the Conservatoire de la rue Blanche in Paris at the age of 16. There she performed in several stage productions (including those broadcast in Au théâtre ce soir) before launching herself on television with a primary character in Nana with Véronique Genest. After a few years, she emerged in several French television sequels and movies. She played the role of Michèle Berg for the consecutive four years in Avocats et Associés. Besides having a dynamic voice in dubbing, she has also sung for Sharon Stone, Rebecca De Mornay, Annette Bening, and Kim Cattrall at various events.

Physical appearance

  • Eye color: Blue
  • Hair color: Blonde

Micky Sebastian

Family and ethnicity

Relationships/ Affairs, Wife, Children

As far as personal life is concerned, Micky Sebastian likes to keep her life very confidential.

Micky Sebastian with her spouse

Micky Sebastian with her spouse

Other Relatives

Her uncle is the Romanian playwright Mihail Sebastian.

Mihail Sebastian

Mihail Sebastian


As an Actress

Her first play was in 1981. The play was Jacques et son maître by Milan Kundera, and directed by Georges Werler in Théâtre des Mathurins. She played in the first film in 1979, named Rien ne va plus by Jean-Michel Ribes. Besides this, she also played a role in a short film in 1986 by the name Triple sec by Yves Thomas. Her first television debut was in 1977 with Au théâtre ce soir ( Plainte contre inconnu de Georges Neveux). She has also done some telefilms and her first one was in 1981 called Nana by Maurice Cazeneuve. Her most notable film is Édith et Marcel (1983) and Nouvelle-France (2004).

Micky Sébastian in Édith et Marcel (1983)

Micky Sébastian in Édith et Marcel (1983)

Micky Sébastian in Nouvelle-France

Micky Sébastian in Nouvelle-France (2004)

She was also famous for playing some roles on television, for example, in the series, Avocats et Associés (1998) and Sur le fil (2007.)

Micky Sébastian in Avocats et Associés

Micky Sébastian in Avocats et Associés (1998)

Micky Sébastian in Sur le fil

Micky Sébastian in Sur le fil (2007)

As a Voice Over Artist

Micky Sébastian has provided her voice to many foreign actresses for French dubbed films. A few of her works include playing Sharon Stone, Madeleine Stowe, and occasionally Jodie Foster and getting them dubbed into French. She also dubbed for Madonna in Shanghai Surprise (1986) and Girl 6 (1996.) She has also given her voice in animated films like Princess Mononoke (2000) as Lady Eboshi, Dinosaur (2000) as Plio, Shark Gang (2004) as Katie Current and for the 2018 movie LEGO DC Super Hero Girls: College of Super-Villains  as Principal Taller

As an Art Director

The first movie that she directed was California Man (1992.) In the year 2020, she also directed Ratched, a TV series.


Autograph of Micky Sébastian

Autograph of Micky Sébastian

Facts/ Anecdotes

  • Micky also gave her voice for video games like 2006: The Secrets of Da Vinci: The Forbidden Manuscript as Babou de la Bourdaisière and in 2007  for  Heavenly Sword as Manta.
  • Micky Sébastian was ousted from the series Origines by France Télévisions just a few days before the start of filming for season 2. She is is the main heroine of Origins, where she plays Margot Laurent, a genealogist. [2]Allo Cine

    Micky Sebastian in Origines (2014)

    Micky Sebastian in Origines (2014)


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