Hélène Godec


Hélène Godec is an accomplished French actress. She graduated from France’s top national theater school, L’ENSATT (L’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Techniques du Théâtre) and from the Sorbonne University. She performed in different theater productions in Paris and New York, recently in the Maids by Jean Genet at the Mama Theater, New York.
She has played several film roles and leading and recurring roles in many popular French television series including Sections de Recherches and Paris Enquêtes Criminelles (French Law and Order). She directs her own theater company L’Arpenteuse Géomètre in Paris and New York that seeks to support young playwrights and bring them public recognition.
She also teaches French theater and performance at Fordham University where she recently directed Roberto Zucco by Bernard-Marie Koltès. As an actor, has led a parallel career as mentor and consultant in public speaking. Provides training and guidance in effective public speaking focusing on techniques for connecting with and engaging audiences. She organizes the concours d’eloquence at the French Embassy. An annual competition with students from Fordham, NYU and Columbia University.