Véronique Genest was born on June 26, 1956 in Meaux, France. She is best known for her leading role as Superintendent Julie Lescaut in the French detective series “Julie Lescaut”, which aired from 1992 to 2013.
Beyond her emblematic role in “Julie Lescaut”, Véronique Genest has also played in several films, including “La Banquière” (1980), “J’ai épousé une ombre” (1983) and “Un amour de cousine” (1998). On television, she participated in series such as “Série noire” (1986-1991) and played the role of Nana in the mini-series of the same name in 1981.
Apart from her acting career, Véronique Genest founded her own production company called “Sam & Compagnie”. She also supported Nicolas Sarkozy’s presidential campaign in 2007 and 2012. Véronique Genest has been married to Meyer Bokobza since September 1992 and they have one child together.
More recently, Véronique Genest won the Women of the Channel 2023 award from CRN (The Channel Company). She expressed her gratitude to the company and emphasized that this recognition was not just for her, but for everyone who works tirelessly to make a difference in this field.
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