French actress Louise Bourgoin is known to many people in France as the actress who was once the weather girl for "Le Grand Journal" of Canal + who through hard work and perseverance has become a celebrated actress and is now the face of the women's fragrance "Kenzo". The evolution of Louise Bourgoin into this seductive talent is remarkable but provides a roadmap for other aspiring actresses on how to achieve their goals through persistence and the development of their true goal.
She was selected as the 'face' of Kenzo's women fragrance because of her immense popularity with French fans, her unique quirky personality that has that distinct "French touch" and a quality that is all too often absent from many stars, a willingness to poke fun at herself and laugh. Often there are entertainers who take life and themselves way too seriously and then there is Lousie Bourgoin, a beautiful actress who has had to work her way up from being the co-host of a young teenage girls program, "FillesTV", to weather girl and is now an actress who has been celebrated for her performances in films such as "The Girl From Monaco" and "Love Lasts Three Years".
Louise Bourgoin has become such a star in France that its big news when her show is not the highest rated show on television for a given week as occurred recently when her movie "A Happy Easter" was behind the show "Inspector Barnaby". When an individual can create such a reaction within the entertainment industry that it is big news that her show did not win the ratings war one week it is indicative of the fact that she is a popular and accepted leader in French film.
It is best that the spokesmodel for a women's fragrance be a recognized leader and someone who others can look up to and Lousie Bourgoin is a lady that women of all ages can look up to and aspire to be. Her selection as the 'face' of the Kenzo fragrance is a choice that many within the fashion and entertainment industry feel was not a good decision but a great decision and one that will attract many to buy the fragrance.