Parents Maiwenn:- The actress Catherine Belkhodja wanted to make a vedette from him. The real-time actress was finally committed to this programme, but with her own resources and will. He was born on April 17, 1976 in Lilas, Seine-Saint-Denis. She is the half-sister and half-brother of Isild and Jowan Le Besco. Son père, a Breton Vietnamese ancestry, is not a tendre. Mawenn was eight when her parents divorced. She moves with her mother to Belleville in Paris’ 20th arrondissement. La jeune fille a déjà acquitted many roles at this age, influenced by her mother.
His first film appearance was in 1981’s L’Année prochaine…si tout va biende Jean-Loup Hubert. In 1983, she plays Isabelle Adjani, a child in Jean Becker’s “Eté meurtrier.” She is La Gamine in Herve Palud’s 1991 film with Johnny Hallyday.
Mawenn returns to cinema on October 28th, five years after Mon roi with Vincent Cassel as a narcissistic pervert. This time, Polisse explores her roots in ADN, her fifth film as a director. Unlike his last picture, Luc Besson’s ex-wife appears in this one. She is Neige, a divorced mother close to his grandfather. When the family patriarch dies, the universe of Neige collapses and a family storm descends. French actors Fanny Ardant and Louis Garrel round out the ensemble. Le bal des actrices and Mon roi, Mawenn returns to the central theme of family, which she addressed in her first novel Pardon Me.
Mawenn often finds himself in the company of his brothers and sisters at home. At 12, she feels almost grownup. She dropped out of 5th grade. In 1990 she appeared on the cover of adolescent fashion magazine 20 Ans.
An year later, she meets Luc Besson, who changes her life forever. He’s 32 and she’s 15. But they’re cute. She marries him in 1992 and gives him a daughter, Shanna. They settle in Beverly Hills. In 1996 she plays the Cinquième Elément’s blue diva. But when Luc Besson falls for Milla Jovovich, Mawenn returns to France. She then undergoes psychoanalysis and begins writing a play about her family, particularly her mother. In 2001, she performed her one-woman performance, Le Pois chiche, at the Café de la Gare. It worked.