French actress Judith Siboni, known in particular for having created the comedy series “Vous les femmes”, died on Tuesday at the age of 46.
A popular figure on the small screen has just died. The French actress Judith Siboni, known in particular for having created with Olivia Côte the humorous pastille You women, died this Tuesday at the age of 46 years of the consequences of cancer, as announced by her agent.
In the sketches of Vous les femmes, Téva’s shortcom broadcast between 2007 and 2016, Judith Siboni and Olivia Côte slipped into the skin of modern women. Viewers could thus see the two actresses embody a good-natured, good-natured mother, a nymphomaniac lawyer, a hardened bachelor or even a stressed office worker. Teva will pay tribute to the actress on Saturday with a special “You Women” evening starting at 8:55 pm.
Judith Siboni was twice in the news last year. First by playing a maths teacher in the fifth season of SKAM France, then especially by integrating the cast of Friends First, family series M6 which allowed him to find his accomplice Olivia Côte.