Camille Cottin - Andréa Martel, Dix pour cent

Camille Cottin - Andréa Martel, Dix pour cent

Dix pour cent : (Ten percent) Andréa, Mathias, Gabriel and Arlette, four agents and senior partners of the ASK talent agency, juggle delicate situations in their professional and personal lives, and defend their vision of the acting profession and the artists they represent. They are all fighting to save the agency, which is suffering from the death of its founder and main agent, Samuel Kerr, as well as having to deal with the rival company StarMedia.

Andrea, a fearless and free-spirited woman with a strong work ethic and strong opinions, falls in love with the shy tax inspector, Colette, who is in charge of auditing the agency's accounts.


Camille Cottin is a French actress. Before her career began, she studied in London for five years before returning to France with a perfect command of English, allowing her to teach high school for a while, and she also took acting classes.

She worked on the stage for almost 15 years, alternating between classical and boulevard scenes. She lands small roles in television series and in 2009 joins the theater workshop La Troupe à Palmade. In 2013, she spends a season on the series Pep's, then reveals herself to the general public with the series Connasse. The following year, she joined the cast of the comedy Les Gazelles and found herself starring in Connasse, princess of hearts, a feature film derived from the eponymous series and entirely directed in hidden camera. This film earned her a nomination at the 41st Cesar ceremony.

In 2015, she experienced great critical and commercial success by landing one of the lead roles in the series Ten Percent, created by Fanny Herrero. She continues her rise in France by linking the main roles (Iris and Cigarettes and Hot Chocolate in 2016; Such a mother, such a daughter in 2017) and secondary (Les Fauves in 2018; The Mystery Henri Pick and Two I in 2019). In 2020, she broke through internationally by landing her first major English-language role in the third season of Killing Eve, then in the biopic House of Gucci alongside Lady Gaga, and in 2021 in the American thriller Stillwater. The same year, she participated in the Disney-Pixar Studios film Soul, lending her voice to the character of 22.

In 2018, she joined the 50/50 collective that supports gender equality and diversity in the audiovisual world. She is also part of the 70 celebrities mobilizing at the call of the association Urgence Homophobie and appears in the clip De l'amour. In 2019, she founded Malmö, with Shirley Kohn, a feminist production company.


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