Emilie Caillon - créative, passionnée, caméléon



Shy but passionate, Emilie begins to act at 13 years old at the Compagnie du Répertoire, and then in La Baule (Loire Atlantique) with two companies, Yvon Michel’s one and Mireille Peignat’s one.
Returning to Paris, she studied at the Cours Florent and the Atelier International Blanche Salant and Paul Weaver, in parallel of her "Art and Communication" and "Film" Studies in Paris I, Panthéon Sorbonne.
In 2001, she had a part in "The Truth About Charlie" by Jonathan Demme.
Then, she was graduated in a Master II of Sciences of Information and Communication at the CELSA , Paris IV, Sorbonne, through which she coaches in public speech for corporates and individuals.
Just after, she continues by writing her first one woman show "Mauvaise(s) Foi(s)" that she played at the Guichet Montparnasse for 2 months.
Impatient, with a motion desire, she played in London "Love x Fifteen" by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, directed by Aurélia Nolin, then went to live in Dubai.
After a camera workshop with Irvin Kershner, she decided to realize her true dream, to play her one woman show in English, in New York . So she went there and worked as an assistant for Aurélia Nolin, Larry Silverberg and Scott Williams at the Row Theatre, 42nd street, NY. After what, she chooses to return to France where she had found the agent Monita Derrieux- Agence A, and acts in "Vilaine" JP Benes and Allan Mauduit and "Coco Chanel" by Christian Duguay, an international co-production broadcast on France 2. During a workshop with Nora Habib and Pascal Louan, she worked with Laurent Jaoui, Elisabeth Rappeneau, Jean-Pierre Améris and Chantale Picault.
Since, she developed writing and did two training sessions with John Truby. She is currently writing a feature.
She also did some voice-over for tv ("Biotiful Planet" for France 5, "Globe cooker" for Canal +, "Les orphelins du paradis" France 2). And she teaches improvisation, Meisner and emotional essence at Acting International.
In 2011, Emilie shooted her first animation short film "WHAT’S LOVE? A Patate Love Story" projected in Cannes SFC 2011.
In 2012, She goes back on stage with "Funky Famille" de Frank Taillez in the Theater Montmartre Galabru and works again in London at the Actors Centre with Caryll Ziegler and Niki Flacks.

Bilingual English - Fluent Spanish