Clemence Poesy was born October 30, 1982 in Meudon, Hauts de Seine, France. She’s famous for her characters as Fleur Delacour in the Harry Potter film series, Chlo in the movie In Bruges and as Rana in 127 Hours. Clemence Poesy is also famous for her small part as Eva Coupeau on Gossip Girl. Early in her career, as a kid stage performer, she took her mom’s maiden name, Posy, as her stage name. Clemence attended an alternative school for most of her schooling, but spent her this past year at L’cole Alsacienne. Her first feature film proved to be a German production, Olgas Sommer (2002) in 2002 and her second the 2003 French production Welcome to the Roses (2003). Her first English-speaking feature was as Mary, Queen of Scots in the 2004 Gunpowder, Treason & Plot (2004) TV movie, that Clemence Poesy won the 2005 FIPA for best performer. Late in 2012 it was reported that Poesy were cast as the female lead in the Sky Atlantic/Canal show The Tunnel. Clemence Poesy is famous for her natural attractiveness, devoid of make-up and has said that she will not enjoy using them.
She also sings. She can be heard singing on Miles Kane's track, "Happenstance".
She fell off of a horse at age seven, and did not ride one again until she was 20.
She got into acting because her father is a theatre director and actor.
To embody a character, you have to lose all judgment about them. Acting makes you look at life and try to understand it in a beautiful way.
On playing "Mary, Queen of Scots" in Gunpowder, Treason & Plot (2004): "I realised that, ever since I was a child, I wanted to be an actress just to dress up in big fabrics and corsets and have adventures riding horses with lots of blood and action! And I got all that and more as Mary".