Having studied under Odile Mallet, Agathe L’Huillier joined the Classe Libre des cours Florent, then the Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique. She graduated from the latter in 2006, having taken part in many productions directed by Michel Fau (Lulu, Wedekind), Jean Michel Rabeux (Le Ventre, Rabeux) Matthias Langhoff (The Silver Tassie, O’Casey), Philippe Adrien (Killing Game, Ionesco) and Alain Françon (Léonie est en avance, Feydeau). She then worked alongside Thomas Condemine (Platonov, Chekhov / L’Echange, Claudel), Christelle Lara (Gibiers du temps, Gabily / Il faut tenir ferme sa couronne, on the texts of Henry Miller) and again with Alain Françon (The Cherry Orchard, Chekhov / L’Hôtel du libre échange, Feydeau / The Master Builder, Ibsen). She has also appeared in Le Brame des Biches by Marion Aubert directed by Pierre Guillois, and Les travaux et les jours by Michel Vinaver directed by V. Grail. She has contributed to the production of WAWY (based on Orwell’s novel 1984) directed by Julie Timmerman, and Dragon by Schwartz directed by Stéphane Douret. At the same time she toured with René Féret (Le Prochain film / Anton Chekhov 1890) and has appeared in the short films of Tony Gatlif, Romain Raynaldi, and Noémie Gillot. She also records radio plays for France Culture and France Inter.
Awards: Molière Award for Best Comedy Play 2017 for Fishbowl .
Agathe L’Huillier is co-Author and Performer in Fishbowl.
She is represented by Talents d’Art