Alix Bénézech, born Alix Lucrèce Berenice Bénézech the 25/09/1991, lives his childhood between Germany, Alsace and the south of France.
Formed with the National Theater of Strasbourg, she perfected her English and German, while following a solid theatrical training and beginning to play on stage. She holds a bachelor’s degree with honors, and follows a preparatory class in hypokhâgne / khâgne and validates a master’s degree in modern literature (subject on Marcel Proust, very good) while taking singing, dance and acting lessons. She is a French teacher who discovers in her artistic talents and encourages her to pursue this path. Since then, Alix has not stopped forming and exploring the techniques of acting.
At the Cinema, She turns for Abdelatif Kechiche in Black Venus (2010).
In 2011, she received an Award for Interpreting at the Ciné Poche Festival for her role in Lucas Stoll’s short film “Train-Potins”. The film also won Best Film Award in the under-21 category.
She is discovered to the general public in 2012 thanks to her appearance alongside Laurent Lafitte in the other side of David Charhon’s peripheral.
She is present at the Festival de Cannes 2013 for her performance in Le Quepa on the Vilni by Yann Le Quellec, where she plays alongside Bernard Menez and singer Christophe. Alix is nominated as the main actress for Les Lutins du Court Métrage for the role of Jeanne. The film won the Jean-Vigo Prize for Short Film, and was selected at the Directors’ Fortnight.
In 2013, she played alongside Finnegan Oldfield in Trucs de Gosse directed by Émilie Noblet. The film won the Best Short Film Award at the 2013 Dinard British Film Festival, the Canal + Prize at the Clermont-Ferrand 2014 Film Festival and three awards, including the Audience Prize and the Grand Jury Prize at the Lille European Film Festival 2014 , And it is broadcast on Canal +.
In 2014, she is Turlu alongside Ramzy, Pio Marmai and Laetitia Casta in Nicolas Castro’s Next Tomorrows.
In 2015, she starred in the film Bis by Dominique Farrugia alongside Kad Merad and Franck Dubosc as Sandrine. Her performance earned her a Prix d’Interprétation at the Ciné Télé 2015 Festival. She is also in the casting of Gilles Legrand’s film L’Odeur de la Mandarine as Louison, and Catherine Corsini’s La Belle Saison At the Oscars 2016.
In 2016, Alix plays the role of Manon in Camping 3 by Fabien Onteniente alongside Franck Dubosc, and the role of Jenny in Fragments by Harry Roselmack.
She is present at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival with a very noticeable appearance on the red carpet, where she comes to present the film Juliet by Marc-Henri Boulier selected for the Unifrance Award and winner of more than 35 International Festivals Awards.
Also in 2016, she is featured on Lamine Diakite’s feature The Part of Katia, produced by Wati B and distributed by Sony Picture. Alix appears in the clip “J’attends mon heure” by Ana ft Dry and Keblack, from the soundtrack of the film.
Alix is chosen to be the new face of La Entrée du Cinéma 2016 in the film Le Rendez Vous aired in all cinemas.
In 2017, Alix plays Johanna in the film En Attendant Violette by Matthieu Maury and Warren Dupuis, Alix’s film and performance are highly acclaimed by Cinema critics and very much appreciated by the public, to the point that the film is extended several months Saint Andre des Arts. And Alix is invited as the Revelation of the Year at the Festival les Herault du Cinéma 2017.
She starred in two English films, The Backery directed by Luke Jin, selected at the Charity Film Festival 2017, and Void directed by Rishabh Shrivastav.
She is chosen by Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie to join the cast of Mission Impossible 6 shot in part in Paris. Alix is the only French actress of the film, whose release is scheduled on August 8, 2018.
On TV, she played in season 2 of the series Very Bad Jokes of the Palmashow, in the series of France 2 Do not ci, do not do it alongside Bruno Salomone and in the TV movie Napoleon, the Russian campaign for Arte , Where she plays the historical figure Catherine Pavlovna of Russia alongside the Polish actor Paweł Deląg.
In 2015, she plays the role of Dorothée, the 19 year old nurse trainee, one of the recurring roles of the new medical series for France 2, Nina, where she plays alongside Annelise Hesme. The series is selected in official competition at the Festival Séries Mania 2015.
In 2016 she is Marie Legeay in the TV movie Mallory and Sophie in the TV movie Qui seme l’Amour pour France 3. She also shoots Nina’s season 2 as Dorothée. The series is in the running for the “Best Series of the Year” contest organized by The Festival of La Rochelle, and won a very successful audience on France 2.
She joined the Studio Bagel team for Le Tour du Bagel on Canal + and La Fille inconnue, one of Daniil Le Russe’s sketches broadcast during the Cannes 2016 festival as well as the video of Gregory Guillotin for the release on Canal Play Of the movie DeadPool.
She also appears in the video of Mister V, entitled “Mister V – The States”.
She starred in the series La Petite Histoire de France, starring Jamel Debbouze, Laurent Tiphaine and Frank Cimière, starring David Salles and Karina Marimon
She works alongside Pierre Arditi, Daniel Russo and Xavier Gallais, episode 21 of the Blood of La Vigne, in the role of Daisy, a character inspired by Marilyn Monroe.
She plays season 3 of the Nina series for France 2.
In 2017, she is Yvonne Printemps in the film The War of the Aes directed by Fabrice Hourlier for Arte. She plays Noémie Fournier, the main guest of the episode “Cryo” of the series Alice Nevers for TF1, and Adèle Pelias, main guest of the episode “A contre courant” of the series Cassandre for France 3.
She joined the cast of season 2 of the series Alice in Paris in the role of young sister Elsa. Season 1 broadcast on the discovery of Tastemade on Snapchat and on youtube, brought together more than 28 million spectators in the United States and France.
In the theater, she worked in the lead role in The Phantom of the Opera directed by Henri Lazarini at the Theater 14, and in Les Serments Indiscrets de Marivaux directed by Anne-Marie Lazarini.
In January 2017, Alix is chosen to be the heart godmother of the Haute Couture Franck Sorbier fashion show, where she appears in the final table in a wedding dress.