Anaïs Bret Bio | Age, Early Life, Net worth
Bret is a famous French actress who was well known in the 1980s. She is known for playing the role of 6 years old “Jeanne” in the film “The Fugitives.”
Anaïs Bret Bio | Early Life
Bret was born on 1st January 1980, in France. The media don’t know details of her parent’s identity. She attended Lycée Jacques Decour before attending Pierre and Marie Curie University.
In 2004, Anaïs graduated with her second master’s in Subatomic Physics and Astroparticles from Joseph Fourier University.
In 2007, she earned her CAPES in Physical Sciences from Savoie Mont Blanc University.
Anaïs Bret Bio | Career
Bret acting debut began at the age of six, in the 1986 film “The Fugitives,” where she played the role of the autistic daughter of a bank robber.
In the movie, Pierre Richard played a loving father (François) who robbed a bank to pay his daughter Jeanne’s (Anaïs Bret) medical bill.
However, the robbery soon became complicated as François decided to take recently released bank robber Jean (Gerard Depardieu) as his hostage.
Her next acting role came in 1988, where she appeared in the French short film “Un Arbre de Noël pour Deux” (A Christmas tree for two).
The film featured the likes of Olivia Brunaux, Katia Caballero, and Bernard Marcellin.
Her last screen appearance was in the 2018 film “T’en va pas!”, which was directed by Jérémie Imbert and featured the likes of Pierre Richard and Francis Veber.
After her acting career, Anaïs Bret became a professor of physics and chemistry.
In addition, she is in charge of studies and evaluations at the Ministry of National Education (DEPP) and project manager for national evaluations of the second degree – 6e – 2de – CAP.
Anaïs Bret Bio | Personal Life
No information is known about Anaïs Bret’s private life. The former French actress is very discreet as it is impossible to glean any information on her relationship.
What is Anaïs Bret’s Net Worth
Former actress, now Professor in physics and chemistry, Anaïs Bret is estimated to have a net worth of $20 million.