Alizée Gaie was born in Toulon in the south of France where she first studied theater at the Conservatory, in parallel with her violin lessons.
She then moved to Brussels in 2013 to join the Institut National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique (INSAS) from which she graduated in 2017 with a distinction. Directly after graduation, she works with Marion Pillé in her satirical operetta Le Verfugbar aux enfers. She also works with Fabrice Murgia, Hugo Favier, Thymios Fountas, Ariane Buhbinder. She also works in cinema, notably in Sans Soleil by Banu Akseki.
In parallel to her work as an actress, Alizée began directing a project on the evolution of love relationships within this patriarchal society in the process of deconstruction and the possible love revolutions. As a creator, she wants her work to be accessible to everyone. Her first creation, On n’aura pas assez d’amour à partager is scheduled for 2024.