Berenice Bejo was born on the 7th of July, 1976, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She works as a film actress and a theatre actress. Her father is director Bejo Miguel. At three years old, she moved with her family to Francis, and her father enrolled her in theatre and film classes. In 1993, she gained her first screen role in Pain perdu. She also appeared in 1996 in L’amour est a reinventer and Enceinte ou lesbienne. In 1998, she also appeared as Karine in Hamlet. She continued to have small film roles through 2000 in La Captive and Passionnement. It was in that year that she was awarded the role in Meilleur espoir feminin. In 2001, she appeared in the American film A Knight’s Tale with Heath Ledger. She continues to gain many film roles each year, with four in 2002, four in 2003, three roles in 2004. In 2005 she played the role of Manon in Cavalcade. She continues to star in French films, including Cloe in La Maison in 2007, and Elsa in Modern Love in 2008.