Astrid Bergès-Frisbey (Barcelona, Spain, May 26, 1986) is an actress and model of Franco-Spanish nationality. She is the daughter of a Spanish father and a Franco-American mother. She currently resides in Paris. He speaks Spanish, French, Catalan, and English.
Early Life of Astrid Bergès-Frisbey:
He was born on May 26, 1986, in Barcelona and his parents separated when he was two years old, after which, at the age of five, he moved with his family to the southwest of France. He grew up in a French town near La Rochelle, where he studied at the Henri Dunant College.
She spent five summers with her father in Haiti, where she got her first job as a waitress. At seventeen she had plans to become an osteopath and left southwestern France to study science in Paris, where she knew no one and was constantly moving.
Soon after, and with the death of her father, she decided to dedicate herself to the theater. She made her debut thanks to the Internet, where she found a job offer in Her Majesty Minor, although she never thought that the network would work.
Professional Life Astrid Bergès-Frisbey:
Until his debut in the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, everything had been independent and European productions. Her first major role was as a young Elizabeth (Danielle Darrieux plays Elder Elizabeth) in the miniseries Elles et moi (They and I) by Bernard Stora.
Her first leading role in the cinema was achieved in 2008, with Un barrage contre le Pacifique (A dike against the Pacific), by Rithy Panh. In 2011, she played the main female role in the Spanish film Bruc, the challenge, as Gloria, with Spanish actors such as Juanjo Ballesta.
Hand-picked by producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Rob Marshall, Bergès-Frisbey made her English debut in 2011 in the long-awaited sequel Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, in which she landed the role of the mermaid. Syrena after an audition in Barcelona.