In a career that has spanned some 25 years, Micheline Hardy has seen a lot of theatres from the inside out, in Belgium as well as in France. Theatre lovers could enjoy her performances in plays by Tchekhov, Brecht, Genet and Thomas Bernhard. She didn’t only stand in the spotlights, but also directed a dozen plays, like Molière’s Tartuffe. This didn’t stop her from appearing on television and in the movies. You could admire Micheline Hardy in Stijn Coninckx’s Daens, Jean-Philippe Toussaint’s La Sévillane, Yvan Lemoine’s Le Nain Rouge and, of course, Harry Cleven’s Why get married the day the world ends.
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