Sandrine admires Maggie Cheung, an actress from Hong Kong.
In her leisure time, Sandrine likes to cook, do yoga and weight training.
Sandrine is married to music engineer and music producer Travis Huff.
Sandrine's favourite actresses include Emily Watson and Frances McDormand.
Sandrine did change her name from Ho to Holt after her agent advise her to do so while working on her first movie Black Robe.
Sandrine would like to work with Wong Kar Wai, Mike Lee and Lars von Trier.
Sandrine did attend the all-girls North Toronto private school.
Sandrine wanted to become a painter.
Sandrine has played characters of various ethnic origin. Polynesian in Rapa Nui (1994), Chinese in Once a Thief and Latino reporter in Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004).
Sandrine was working as a model in Paris before she started her career as an actress.
Sandrine was nominated for Genie Awards (1991) for Black Robe as a Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role.
Sandrine's nickname is Dreeny.
Sandrine is 5'10" (1.78 m).
Sandrine's father is Chinese and her mother is French.
Sandrine is fluent in French.
Sandrine: My husband is a music engineer and music producer. So he travels a lot and he works crazy hours like 6 days a week, 12 hour days. So he does his thing and I do my thing. So when we have time together it's great.
Sandrine: (on studying acting) I actually continuously study acting. I take a class three times a year which is about a month long. It's an all intensive class. I've been doing that for 5-6 years. Before that I was studying with a teacher in New York.
Sandrine: I'm a fairly boring person. I think that's why I like acting. The characters are always a little more exciting than I am.
Sandrine: (on difference between New York and Los Angeles) It's so weird. In NY you give up a whole lot of lifestyle things. You live in a small apartment, everything is really expensive but then I think it makes up for your social life. You can connect with people and be spontaneous. In LA you are so isolated.
Sandrine: (on transition from modeling to acting) It was pretty easy. I started acting when I was 17. I started modeling when I was 13. It helps in the way that you don't get fazed by cameras too much. You get over that aspect but I think when I started acting it was "Yeah but isn't she a model?"
Sandrine Holt: I explored the more technical side of moviemaking. It's so cool and more challenging.