Alice Varela Wiki, Height, Age, Husband, Family, Biography & More

Alice Varela is a popular French actress and best known for playing the role of Judith in the daily sequel ‘Tomorrow Belongs to Us’ [Tomorrow is Ours] (2015).

Alice was born on June 18, 1999, Friday (23 years old as of 2022) in Bordeaux and is a renowned French actress. She is Gemini. Alice Varela studied at Cours Florent Bordeaux. She started acting as an actress at a very tender age. Alice Varela joined the cast of “Tomorrow Belongs to Us” [Tomorrow is Ours] (2015) in October 2019, and she played the role of Judith. She also takes credit for having played a small role in the mini-series La Promise (2021) alongside Sofia Essaïdi.

Physical appearance

  • Height (approx.): 5.5 feet
  • Weight: 60kg
  • Eye colour: Blue
  • Hair color: Blonde

Alice Varela

Family and ethnicity

Parents, siblings

In his biography, his father, Alexandre Brasseur, presents himself as a television theater puppet, intermittent author, native English speaker, passionate biker and motorcycle enthusiast.

Alice Varela with her father

Alice Varela with her father

His mother, Ingrid Chauvin, is an organic perfumer who owns her own perfume chain.

Alice Varela with her family

Alice Varela with her family

Clément Rémiens (born October 15, 1997; French actor) is her brother.

Relationships/husband and children

She is currently single since 2022.


Alice Varela: the beginnings of her career

She plays her first role as the daughter of Victor de Rochevilles in the mini-series “La maison des Rochevilles” directed by Jacques Otmezguine. In this sequel, she was only ten years old. Judith Delcourt-Bertrand is also the daughter of a character played by the same actor Alexandre Brasseur, who plays Victor Delcourt-Bertrand in ‘Tomorrow We Belong’ [Tomorrow is Ours] (2015) recreated by Alice Varela. In a recent interview, the interpreter of Judith Delcourt-Bertrand clarified that the character she plays has changed a lot. She states that she added her own personal touch to the role because of this. This is a role previously played by two other actresses.

Alice Varela in “Tomorrow Belongs to Us” [Tomorrow is Ours] (2015)

After successfully casting for the character of Sofia Daunier-Jacob in 2018, her audition was organized by ‘Tomorrow We Belong’ [Tomorrow is Ours] (2015), until they brought her back to play her role as Judith Delcourt-Bertrand in place of Sylvie Filloux. Varela explains that the character of the protagonist was changed after returning from the United States. This change elicited different responses from audiences as well as the character’s parents. Our actress continues by describing that she did not hesitate to bring her personal touch by playing the new Judith Delcourt-Bertrand. This new role of Judith Delcourt-Bertrand added suspense and curiosity to the show. She also appeared in a television series which circulated in France, Switzerland, Quebec and Italy, among others. The character of Judith Delcourt-Bertrand, who wanted to live in the United States, had formerly been played by Coline Bellin, then by Sylvie Filloux. It was indeed the age of the first actress and her inability to follow the shooting that Alice Varela was brought in and a new cast was created.

Alice Varela as Judith Delcourt-Bertrand

Alice Varela as Judith Delcourt-Bertrand

Other works

She also had a role in The Last Wave (2019) as Margot and in The Promise (2020) as Anaïs Delaire as a teenager.

Facts / Anecdotes

  • She enjoys having spa retreats with her friends.
    Alice Varela and her friend in spa treatment

    Alice Varela and her friend in spa treatment

  • She has a navel piercing.
    Alice Varela's navel piercing

    Alice Varela’s navel piercing

  • Her first Instagram photo was from September 8, 2015 with a caption to Lana Del Rey’s song “Summer Time Sadness.”
    Alice Varela's first photo on Instagram

    Alice Varela’s first photo on Instagram

  • Her first appearance in La Maison des Rocheville dates back to the age of 10.

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