Friday September 30, 2022, France 2 will broadcast the first two episodes of the third season of Criminal Tropics. The opportunity to look into the private life of Béatrice de la Boulaye, the interpreter of captain Gaëlle Crivelli.
A quiet actress… Television star Béatrice de la Boulaye holds one of the two main roles in the series Criminal Tropics, on France 2. Alongside Sonia Rolland, she interprets in this one the captain Gaëlle Crivelli, and this, for three years. Prior to that, the actress appeared in numerous television commercials and landed small roles in Paris, criminal investigations, Léo Matteï minors brigadeor Ghosts. Mother of a little Nina, Béatrice de la Boulaye has never mentioned her private life in the press. On February 14, 2022, however, she appeared close to the artist Moche Pitt. In a photo posted on Instagram, the duo take a nap while being entwined. Just like her, Moche Pitt is in the series Criminal Tropics. He is also one of the six members of the group Airnadette. In August 2017, for DHnet, he said: “It was more a delirium of friends at the base. And then, one thing leading to another, we find ourselves winning competitions. I was vice world champion in 2007! What’s funny is that we don’t play a musical instrument, but we released an album and found ourselves scheduled for the Glastonbury festival!“
Discreet in the media, Béatrice de la Boulaye confided in the New Republic on December 11, 2022. Referring to the series that made her a star, the actress said: “It’s very pleasant to develop a character like that of Captain Gaëlle Crivelli. This allows you to write a bit of your story. In addition, the team becomes a family, which makes this series an adventure with reunions of three to four months for the shooting.“Assuring that her character resembled her, she had slipped:”When I read the script, I said to myself: ‘It’s me!’ So, I was quite comfortable during the casting and I remained so natural, this role seemed to me for me. As I like slightly intense adventures, challenges, I took on the character with enthusiasm.“According to her, it was thanks to Sonia Rolland that she discovered how she could”tame the camera“, but also “the importance of light and technique.“Finally, Béatrice de la Boulaye had added:”Playing well is not enough and Sonia was a supercoach in learning about photogenics.“
Béatrice de la Boulaye facing the disease
Solar, the actress nevertheless lives a difficult ordeal in the shadows. In early 2021, she learned to be affected by breast cancer. For the New Republic, she had said: “It changed me. First physically, but also morally. Even though I’m one of the lucky ones because the tumor was caught in time. I didn’t have time to be too stressed. I had moments of great vulnerability, but the hardest part was telling others. Because you have to manage your own story and it weakens those close to you. But I was able to play it down because I was not in vital danger.“With humor, she had added:”On the scale of shit, I stayed at the bottom.“Béatrice de la Boulaye had assured that being sick had done it”reflect on the hierarchy of things“and what her body was telling her. Nine weeks after her surgery, she was already back on film sets.”This cancer is part of me. I had to accept it and integrate it into my life to fight it. I did it very quickly. But I’m realistic and lucid, not oblivious and not in denial“, she had let know.
The beauty secrets of Béatrice de la Boulaye
In December 2021, the actress revealed her beauty secrets in the columns of Gala. If she starts her day with “a big splash of cold water on the face” before applying her day cream, she takes little care of her body. “I admit, I take little time every day… Sometimes I put argan oil or monoi on my body, or Lipikar La Roche Posay milk when I see my skin cracking like a crocodile“, she had declared. Side makeup? Béatrice de la Boulaye had indicated: “I can’t wait to be invited on a red carpet to make me a beautiful maboule smocky that I can’t really wear to go shopping… Honestly… I don’t wear anything for the complexion, never, well, except on stage and on set.“
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