French actress Melanie Thierry rose to fame in 2008 after playing the role of Aurora along with Vin Diesel in the film ‘Babylon A.D.’ She started her career as a French model and later entered the entertainment industry. Read the content and get more information about Melanie Thierry’s biography, family, age, size, body statistics, filmography, birthday, and net worth.

Melanie Thierry biography, age, birthday, ethnicity


Real Name – Mélanie Thierry (Nickname – l)

Date of Birth – 17 July 1981

Age – 38 years

Birthday – July

Birth Place – Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France

Hollywood debut – Babylon A.D. (2008)

Known for – Performance in Babylon A.D.

Ethnicity – Caucasian white

Education – Graduation

Nationality – French

Profession – Actress, screenwriter, film director, and model

Religion –

Sun sign – Cancer

Website – N/A

Melanie Thierry height, weight, and body measurement


Height – 160 cm in centimeters, 1.60 m in meter and 5’3” inches in feet

Weight – 51 kg in kilograms and 112 lbs in pounds

Bra Size – 30 inches

Cup Size – A

Body Measurements – 31-24-33

Breast Size – 32 inches (81cm)

Waist Size – 24 inches (61cm)

Hip Size – 34 inches (86cm)

Shoe Size – 6.5 (US)

Dress Size – 4 (US)

Hair Color – Brown

Eye Color – Brown

Body Type – Hourglass

Build – Slim

Sexuality – Straight

Tattoo – Yes

Distinctive Features – Eyes

Melanie Thierry family and relationship status


Father and Mother – N/A

Husband/partner – French actor Raphaël Haroche

Children – Roman Haroche and Aliocha Haroche

Marital Status – Married

Boyfriend – N/A

Affair (dating) – Raphaël Haroche

Melanie Thierry Instagram pictures

Followers – 69K


Melanie Thierry latest news

Thierry starrer Da 5 Bloods poster released for Memorial Day.

Melanie Thierry net worth

$8 million (US dollars)

Income source: Films and television

Melanie Thierry movies/television shows/filmography

1996 – L’amerloque

1998 – The Legend of 1900

1999 – Quasimodo d’El Paris

2000 – Canone Inverso

2002 – Jojo La Frite

2003 – Charles II: The Power and The Passion

2007 – Chrysalis and Pu-239

2008 – Babylon A.D. and Largo Winch

2009 – You’ll Miss Me and One for the Road

2010 – L’Autre Dumas and The Princess of Montpensier

2011 – Impardonnables

2012 – Henry V and Comme des frères

2013 – Back in Crime and Pour une femme

2014 – The Zero Theorem and An Eye for Beauty

2015 – A Perfect Day and A Decent Man

2016 – The Dancer

2017 – See You Up There and Memoir of War

2018 – With the Wind and Afikoman

2020 – Da 5 Bloods

Mélanie awards and accolades

2009 César Award for Most Promising Actress in One for the Road

Nomination for 2016 César Award for Best Supporting Actress in The Dancer

Mélanie quotes/interviews

“It’s just easy to be a mother and an actress at the same time: you just have to have a good organization, and everything is just fine.”

On playing an actor channeling pain and suffering

“My only material to do something in me. All I’m asking myself is what I have inside and how can I use it to create a sense of sincerity and authenticity. There’s so much duality and complexity. She was nice, but she was not nice. She could be unbearable, yet I have so much affection for her. So I’m using these two sides. For a role like this, I want to be totally connected to Duras, but also totally connected to myself. I want to find that connection, but also I want to give something new. This film isn’t a biopic so I do have a certain poetic license. It’s not about the replication of a person. It’s about how you see them.”