She attended Blanche Salant's classes at the International Theater Workshop. In the cinema, the general public notices it in the comedies of Francis Perrin (The King of the cons, Head to slaps, Everyone can be wrong). In 1983, she won the César for best actress in a supporting role for her performance in the film L'Étoile du Nord. After several dramatic roles (Lacrosse, Women of Person, etc.), she returns to the hit comedy. She plays alongside Roland Giraud in As long as there are women, Pierre Richard in Left out of the elevator or Catherine Frot in It's between us. In the 1990s, she played in the television series Anne Le Guen. Still on television, she is directed by Richard Bohringer in 2003, in the adaptation of Carrot Hair and plays the wife of François Berléand in The Ideal Gendre and his suite The ideal Gendre 2.