Acted in Diane Kurys' "C'est la vie"
At around age 14, dropped out of school and enrolled in ballet classes in Monte Carlo
Cast as Patsy in "Absolument Fabuleux", a French film version of the popular British comedy "Absolutely Fabulous"
Earned second Cesar for featured role in "Strange Affair/Un entrange affair"
Portrayed a divorced actress who runs off to the seaside with her two children in "Every Other Weekend/Un Week-end sur deux"; role written specifically for her by director Nicole Garcia; received a Cesar nomination
Co-starred in Jean-luc Godard's "Every Man for Himself/Sauve qui peut ... la vie"; won Cesar
Spent brief time in NYC working as an au pair and studying dance (date approximate)
Starred as a woman who initiates a sexual relationship with a stranger via a personal ad in "Une Liaison pornographic/An Affair of Love"
Starred in "La Balance", directed by Bob Swaim; won Best Actress Cesar
Cast as Bertrande in "Le Retour de Martin Guerre/The Return of Martin Guerre"
Cast as the script girl in Francios Truffaut's "La nuit Americaine/Day for Night"
Co-starred in "Enfants de salaud/Bastard Blood", directed by Tonie Marshall
First film with Bertrand Blier, "Beau Pere"
Portrayed a factory boss' wife blackmailed by the son of a fired employee of her husband's in "Selon Matthieu/According to Matthieu"
Reteamed with Blier for "Notre histoires/Our Story"
Second film with Godard, "Detective"
Film debut alongside Isabelle Adjani in "Faustine"
Had a one-scene role in "Two People", directed by Robert Wise
Had key role in "And the Band Played On" (HBO)
Posed for <i>Playboy</i>
Reteamed with Marshall to play an aging beautician afraid to experience love in "Venus Beaute Institut/Venus Beauty Institute"; was nominated for a Cesar; released in USA in 2000
Second film with Truffaut, "The Man Who Loved Women/L'Homme Homme qui aimait les femmes"
Solidified reputation as a teacher experiencing a nervous breakdown in "A Week's Vacation/Une Semaine de vacances", helmed by Bernard Tavernier
Stage acting debut in "Galapages" with Gerard Depardieu and Bernard Blier
Third and final film with Truffaut, "The Green Room/La Chambre vert"