After studying pharmacy, Gisèle Ansorge became passionate about cinema and animation. With her husband Ernest Ansorge, they realized several productions. Together they put together an original process, using sand powder, of which Gisèle Ansorge was also inspired to make plastic works.
Her literary career began in 1958 with the writing of plays and screenplays for television. Beginning in the 1980s, she also explored other genres like the novel and the tale.
Her collection of short stories, Le Jardin secret, was awarded the Prix de Friborg in 1985. Taking love was awarded on the manuscript by the Prix Paul Budry 1987 as well as the RSR’s Audience Award in 1989. Another novel Les Tourterelles du Cairo won the 1992 Schiller Prize .
In 1987 she received a special Homage Plans-Fixes.
On June 20, 2003, on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of her death, a commemorative plaque is placed in tribute to the house where she lived in Etagnières.