Sad news for all those who watched the series “Les Cordier, magistrate et cop” on TF1 in the 1990s. Actress Charlotte Valandrey died on Wednesday July 13 after battling health problems for many years.
Charlotte Valandrey leaves us
A figure very well known to French viewers, actress Charlotte Valandrey had notably played in Les Cordiers, judge and cop and more recently in tomorrow belongs to us. She died on July 13, 2022 at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris at the age of 53.
She had struggled since adolescence with many health problems. AIDS, the virus has weakened it over the years. She had undergone a second heart transplant and had just endured a third. But this last transplant of June 14 did not take, and his third heart “did not live” entrusted his relatives to theAFP.
News of her death was shared on her Instagram account, which she used to communicate with her audience, who were still concerned about her health issues.
Charlotte Valandrey had started in the cinema at the age of 16 in the film Red Kiss by Vera Belmont. For this role, she won in 1986 the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the Berlin Film Festival. She will also be nominated for the César for best female hope. But it obviously owes its notoriety to the series The Cordiers in which she will play Myriam Cordier between 1992 and 2005 alongside Pierre Mondy and Bruno Madinier. She had also resumed her role in 2006 in the series Commissioner Cordier.
Between July 2017 and December 2019, she played the role of Judge Laurence Moiret in tomorrow belongs to us. Recently, she had appeared in the TV movie Murders in Mulhouse and the series Léo Matteï, minors brigade.
She was also very committed to the fight against HIV. The Sidaction association also wanted to pay tribute to him for his fight:
She leaves behind her 22-year-old daughter, Tara.