Julia Piaton

Julia Piaton Movies and TV Shows

Julia Piaton (born 29 January 1985) is a French actress. She is mainly known for playing the role of Odile in Serial (Bad) Weddings and Aure Hazan in Family Business (2019 TV series). Source: Article "Julia Piaton" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.

Personal info

  • Gender: Female
  • Date of birth: 1/29/1985 (39 years old)
  • Place of birth: Paris, France
Year
Genre
IMDB
TMDB
Available on the following streaming services in the UK
Defend Your Name
TMDB 62%
role:
Not available
2023

Drama

62%
Not available
2022

Action

Adventure

Horror

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

6.9
73%
C'est la vie
IMDB 5.7
TMDB 57%
role:
Sandrine
2020

Comedy

5.7
57%
2020

Drama

Romance

6.9
64%
The Speech
IMDB 6.3
TMDB 65%
role:
Sophie & 1 more
2020

Comedy

6.3
65%
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Selfie
IMDB 5.8
TMDB 53%
role:
Amandine
2019

Comedy

5.8
53%
Family Business
IMDB 7.4
TMDB 73%
role:
Aure Hazan
2019

Comedy

7.4
73%
2019

Comedy

6.1
59%
2018

Comedy

Romance

5.4
51%
2017

Comedy

Romance

6.1
61%
The Frozen Dead
IMDB 6.3
TMDB 65%
role:
Capitaine Irène Ziegler
2017

Drama

6.3
65%
Roommates Wanted
IMDB 6.2
TMDB 63%
role:
Marion Legloux
2016

Comedy

6.2
63%
One Man and his Cow
IMDB 6.7
TMDB 68%
role:
Young TV reporter
2016

Comedy

Drama

6.7
68%
2016

Drama

Family

TV Movie

6.8
74%
2015

Comedy

5.1
50%
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Serial (Bad) Weddings
IMDB 7.0
TMDB 67%
role:
Odile Verneuil, wife of Benichou
2014

Comedy

7.0
67%
The Scapegoat
IMDB 6.3
TMDB 60%
role:
Journaliste ITélé
2013

Drama

6.3
60%
Big is Beautiful
IMDB 5.4
TMDB 58%
role:
Roxane, la sœur de Thomas
2012

Comedy

5.4
58%
School's Out
IMDB 6.1
TMDB 59%
role:
Sarah
2008

Comedy

6.1
59%

FAQs

Some movies or TV shows available in the UK starring or involving Julia Piaton are, for example, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Family Business and To Each, Her Own.
The streaming services with the largest selection are Prime Video, Google Play and Rakuten.
The best StreamHint ratings are Family Business (7.4), Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (7.1) and One Man and his Cow (6.8).
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