Valentina Sauca

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Valentina Sauca (* 1968 in Bucharest ) is a German actress and entrepreneur of Romanian descent.


Valentina Sauca came to Germany at the age of nine. In her youth, she was successful as a competitive swimmer for five years , including taking part in German championships . She then moved to London to work as a model and later studied interior design for a year at Santa Monica College in Los Angeles , California .

From 1992 to 1994 Sauca began her training with the Classe Libre drama scholarship at the Ecole Florent in Paris . She is regularly in front of the camera for both German and French television. In the theater, she was seen in both the theater classics by Alfred de Musset , Luigi Pirandello , William Shakespeare and in tabloids .

In the Sophiensaele Berlin she played in one of the early productions of Ulrich Rasche , 231, East 47th Street by Andy Warhol .

She has worked in the cinema under the direction of Jean Pierre Mocky , Jean Jacques Seeleix , Bernard Rapp , Leander Haussmann , Tom Barman , David Perrault and Nikolai Müllerschön , among others.

For the Franco-German broadcaster ARTE Sauca presented the lifestyle magazine Chic in both languages ​​from 2005 to 2006 .

After studying psychoanalysis for five years at the Ecole Européenne des Philosophies & Psychothérapie Appliquées (EEPA) in Paris , she works under the pseudonym Vale Wolf as a supervisor for artists. She is co-owner of the European actor agency Luisa Held Management .

Valentina Sauca is the mother of two children. The father of the daughter is the French director Jean-Jacques Brilleix . The son comes from another relationship. The information about your current place of residence fluctuates between Berlin , Paris and Frankfurt am Main .

Filmography (selection)

movie theater

  • 1997: Alliance cherche doigt
  • 1998: Vidange
  • 2000: Une affaire de goût
  • 2001: Mortal transfer
  • 2003: Any way the wind blows
  • 2006: Let go
  • 2007: Le sourire du serpent
  • 2009: Adieu Creature
  • 2009: dinosaurs
  • 2011: The swimsuit
  • 2011: Cadeaux
  • 2013: Harms
  • 2014: I Love you
  • 2016: L'Anniversaire
  • 2016: Loin du Coeur
  • 2018: Crêpe du Jour

watch TV


  • 1996: Histoire de Prenoms - Tour
  • 1995: Curiosité du mal - tour
  • 1996: Femme enigme - tour
  • 1997: An evening with G. Lineker - Nesle Theater Paris
  • 1998: Ce que femme veut - Mathurins Theater Paris
  • 1998: Les cinémas d'antibes - Théâtre Édouard VII Paris
  • 1999: Je rêve (mais peut-être pas) - La Comedia Theater Paris
  • 2004: 231, East 47th Street - Sophiensäle Berlin
  • 2010: Je táime - Théatre 14 Paris

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