Anaïs grew up between the South of France and Spain in a French-American family.
Very young, she took improvisation classes with Alex Graci and co-created a theatrical company in which she remained for ten years.
After a prep school and a Spanish degree at the Sorbonne, she entered the Cours Florent and majored in Musicals.
She speaks equally French, English and Spanish, and is fluent in Italian as well.
Anaïs was in lots of French, Spanish, and English/American short films such as award-winning "Superman isn't Jewish, But I Am... Kinda" by Jimmy Bemon; "Muñecas" by Eva Muñoz, "Cariño Mío" by Ricardo Urueta; or "The House of Gaunt" by Joris Faucon Grimaud, a Harry Potter prequel.
Her work on TV includes "Calls" by Timothée Hochet with Marie Gillain; and "The Traveller" by Stephanie Murat, with Eric Cantona. In 2018 Alexandre Da Silva gave her the main part in "I- Art", a tv show that combines dance and sci-fi. Anaïs also starred in the first season of "Kiffe Aujourd'hui", directed by Aurélien Sallé, and is about to shoot season 2.
Her work on cinema includes "Offensive", an English horror film directed by Jon Ford; and "One Cage, Two Birds", an independent movie by Mustafa Ozgün.
Anaïs also does a lot of voiceover work in four languages for radio and TV ads, billboards, information spots, audio books, and NGOs.
In 2017 she wrote and directed her first short film: The Dreamer. In 2020, with Ivan Cori, she co-wrote Souris, soon to be directed by Joan Borderie.”