Sigrid Bouaziz has been playing for theater, cinema and television since she graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique in 2011. For the theater, she played with Yves-Noel Genod, Vincent Macaigne, André Wilms, Thierry de Peretti, and more recently in a play by Jeanne Frenkel and Cosme Castro, Le Bal, at the Monfort theater. She presented her first creation (with Valentine Carette) for the Festival Etrange Cargo at the Ménagerie de Verre in Paris, a play called Je veux je veux, adapted from the work of Sylvia Plath.
For television, she played in the TV show The Tunnel, for Canal + and english TV, and Ben, for France 2. For the cinema she played in numerous short films such as Ce que nous savons directed by Chloé Maillet and Louise Hervé, Jeanne by Dania Reymond, Pour la France by Shanti Masud, La Ville Bleue by Armel Hostiou. In 2018 she receives the interpretation prize at the Clermond Ferrand Film Festival for her role in La nuit je mens by Aurelia Morali and Les Vies de Lenny Wilson by Aurélien Verhnes-Lermusiaux. At the last Cannes Festival, she presented a short film in competition during La Semaine de la critique, Pauline Asservie by Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet. She worked under the direction of Mia Hansen-Love (Eden) Antoine Barraud (Le Dos Rouge), Dominique Rocher (La Nuit a Dévoré le Monde) and Olivier Assayas (Personal Shopper, E-book). She just finished shooting an adaptation from Electronic City, written by Falk Richter and directed by Emmanuel Laguarrigue, which will be presented at the Palais de Tokyo in the summer of 2018.