Nadia Tereszkiewicz


Born in France in 1996, Nadia Tereszkiewicz is the child of a Polish father and a Finnish mother. Passionate about classical dance since childhood, she started the Cours Florent during high school and theatre became her main preoccupation. The young woman launched her career in a biopic by Stéphanie Di Giusto called “La Danseuse”, bringing together her two passions. It was only three years later, in 2019, that Nadia Tereszkiewicz landed her first major film role in “Sauvages”, a dramatic romance directed by Dennis Berry alongside Roschdy Zem and Nicolas Duvauchelle. It was only a few months later that she gained public recognition for her first major role in Dominik Moll’s Franco-German thriller “Seules les bêtes”. A year later, she made her television debut in season 4 of “Dix pour cent” on France 2. The year 2022 will be a turning point for Nadia Tereszkiewicz. She first starred in the incisive comedy “Babysitter”, in which she co-stars and is directed by Quebec’s Monia Chokri, before playing Valeria Bruni Tedeschi’s double in “Les Amandiers”. The film was presented in official competition at the Cannes Film Festival and won the César for Best New Actress in 2023. In François Ozon’s “Mon Crime”, a retro comedy set in the 1930s, Nadia Tereszkiewicz again plays an actress. This year we will see her again in a film by Stéphanie Di Giusto called “Rosalie”, selected at the Cannes Film Festival in the category Un certain regard, where she will play the main role alongside Benoît Magimel.