Gaël Le Cornec

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North Brazil
  • Actor
  • Writer
  • Director
  • IdeasTap Award
  • Argus Angel Award
  • International Screen Awards for best film and best performance

Gaël Le Cornec, based in London is a French-Brazilian director, actor and writer. She was born in North Brazil and studied Biology prior to Theatre. Le Cornec began her acting career at the fringe[1] in 2007, when she started writing and directing with her company Footprint Productions. Her work has been performed at the Soho Theatre,[2] Royal Festival Hall,[3] Oval House,[4] York Theatre Royal[5] and other British venues. Le Cornec also works as a guest director in universities such as Regent's University[6] and East 15[7] Acting School. She has performed and directed in Spain, Brazil, France, Chile, Czech Republic and the U.S. She was published by Flipped Eye in 2019 in the first British Latinx anthology Un Nuevo Sol.[8] She made her first film ANA[9] in 2019.

Awards and Recognitions

Le Cornec is the recipient of the following theatre and screen awards:

  • IdeasTap Award for Innovation in Theatre 2009;
  • Argus Angel Award for Artistic Excellence, Brighton Fringe, 2009;
  • Focus Brasil,[10] Performing Arts 2014
  • Three Weeks Editor's Choice,[11] Edinburgh Fringe, 2016
  • Amnesty International Freedom of Expression runner-up, Edinburgh Fringe, 2016;
  • International Screen Awards for best film and best performance in a short film, 2020.


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