Joséphine Jobert Biography
Joséphine Jobert is a French actress and singer. She is famously known for playing Detective Sergeant Florence Cassell in the BBC One series Death in Paradise. In 1997, aged 12, she moved with her parents to Montreal Quebec, Canada when she was only 12 years old. That was in the year 1997.
They stayed there for eight years, where she studied singing and acting. It is while there that she took her first steps into television. She participated in the creation of songs, videos, a web series, and a television series on the internet. She did that with her friends and parents. She attended drama workshops by Stéphane Belugou as well as Coda Music School.
Joséphine Jobert Leaving Death In Paradise
She got a steady job in various French television series between 2008 and 2014. In 2015, she took on her first English-language role, as Detective Sergeant Florence Cassell in the BBC One series Death in Paradise. She left the show for “personal and professional reasons” after episode six of the eighth series.
Joséphine Jobert Age
Joséphine Jobert was born in Paris, France on 24th April, 1985. Her current age is 34 years old as of 2019.
Joséphine Jobert Net Worth
The 34 year old actress and singer has made a great fortune from her acting and singing job. She has appeared in a number of movies and television shows. Besides that, she has also produced many albums. All these flower her net worth basket. Her exact net worth is currently under review. It is however estimated that Joséphine Jobert has a net worth of something between $100000 and $1 million.
Josephine Jobert Parents | Charles Jobert
Born to a French family, Joséphine Jobert is the daughter of Véronique Mucret Rouveyrollis and Charles Jobert. Her mother is a photographer, musician, writer, actress, and director. Her father Charles is a camera operator and director of photography. Her father is from a Sephardic Pied-Noir family from Algeria. Her mother’s ancestry is Martiniquaise, Spanish and Chinese. Jobert comes from a family of artists, which includes her paternal aunt Marlène Jobert and cousins Eva Green and Elsa Lunghini. Details about her siblings still remain unknown.
Joséphine Jobert Dating
The French actress could be probably single. She is exremely cautious when it comes to finer details about her personal life. She has kept her dating life and history completely out of social media. It was however romoured that Joséphine Jobert was once in a relationship with Charles Templon. We have no information concerning that and we can ascertain the roumours nor can we deny. We will update the exact details immediately we get the information.
Joséphine Jobert Movies And Tv Shows | Josephine Jobert Imdb | Joséphine Jobert Leaving Death In Paradise
- 2007–2009 : Our pension years : Amel Habib (seasons 1-3)
- 2007–2011 : Lightning : Alice Watson
- 2010 : My friends, my loves, my shit … : Lou, a mechanic (Episode 2.06: All fire and flame)
- 2012 : I was your age from Bruno Garcia : Yasmine
- 2013 : Alice Nevers: The judge is a woman : Djamila (Episode 11.06: Amazon)
- 2013–2014 : Under the sun of Saint-Tropez : Roxanne
- 2013–2014 : Cut! : Victory Vila
- 2014–ongoing: Villa Karayib : Kannelle Benneteau Meadow
- 2015–2019: Death in Paradise : Sergeant Florence Cassel (series 4–8
- 2012 : Love Survey of Véronique Mucret Rouveyrollis Jo
- 2013 : Words of Véronique Mucret Rouveyrollis : Esmeralda/Film-make
Josephine Jobert Singing | Josephine Jobert Albums
2007 : Our pension years
2008 : Our board 2 years
2009 : Our pension 3 years
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Joséphine Jobert Interview
Q: Where exactly is Death in Paradise filmed?
Joséphine: Guadeloupe’s two main islands [part of the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean] are shaped like a butterfly’s wings and we film on the left one, Basse-Terre. It’s a bit wilder and not very touristy. We stay in villas in Deshaies – I have a terrace with an amazing view over the town.
Q: This is your fourth year playing DS Florence Cassell. Have you tired of paradise yet?
Joséphine Jobert: Impossible! You can explore the waterfalls, swim with the turtles, go fishing, ride horses… And I will never tire of the sunsets.
Q: So Guadeloupe is as idyllic as it looks?
Joséphine: It is a dream. I’ve known Guadeloupe for a long time because I used to go there on holiday when I was a child. My father would rent a fantastic villa with a pool, but what I remember most is scuba diving when I was about ten – the fish were so beautiful.
Q: Does the French spoken on Guadeloupe sound different?
Joséphine Jobert: No, but everybody also speaks Creole. My grandmother is from Martinique, so sometimes I’m ashamed that I don’t speak Creole. But constantly switching between French and English on set is tiring enough. There are days when I’m like: “Don’t talk to me, my brain is confused!”
Q: Do the cast and crew hang out together?
Joséphine: They do. But I don’t. I’m surrounded by people all day long so I like to stay by myself at the weekend. I need to be alone to learn my lines – and to lie down in the sun and just enjoy!
Q: Which is your favourite beach?
Joséphine Jobert: For me, the most beautiful beach on the island is called Grand Anse – it’s endless and so soft. The beach where DI Jack Mooney [Ardal O’Hanlon] has his shack, La Perle, is also like a postcard. What you see on screen is no lie: the colours are the same in reality.
Q: And your beachside snack of choice?
Joséphine Jobert: You can eat very well in Guadeloupe, but the thing I love most is fresh coconut. They make a hole so you can drink the milk straight from the coconut, then they cut it in two for you to eat the flesh.
Q: Filming on a beach can’t be as much fun as it looks. How do you cope with the heat?
Joséphine Jobert: I’m lucky because I wear shorts – it’s more difficult for Ardal in his long trousers! I have a half-wig that I wear to control my hair because it curls in the heat. Sometimes I do wish we were filming in studios with air-conditioning.
Q: Do fans of the show turn up in Deshaies?
Joséphine Jobert: Lots. They come from Australia, France, the UK, America, because they’re huge fans and want to discover this small French island. When they find the set, they’re very respectful and we say hello.
Q: Do the islanders watch the show?
Joséphine Jobert: They do. They’re very proud of it because they’re proud of their island – and of course they recognise it and the people who live there in what we film.