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Born: February 5, 1946 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Sturmer, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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As a youngster, performed musical act with her sister Sarah (billed as the Rampling Sisters)
1963:
Studied Spanish in Madrid, but dropped out and joined a traveling cabaret troupe
1964:
Returned to England and began modeling
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Studied acting at the Royal Court Stage School
1965:
Made TV acting debut in "The Strangers"
1965:
Landed feature acting debut as the Water Skier in "The Knack...and How to Get It"
1966:
Cast in first supporting role, playing Meredith in the film "Georgy Girl"
1967:
After her sister's death, took a year off from acting and traveled the world
1969:
Had co-starring role in Luchino Visconti's "The Damned"
1972:
Played Anne Boleyn in "Henry VIII and His Six Wives"
1973:
Posed for <i>Playboy</i>; photos taken by Helmut Newton
1974:
Delivered what is perhaps her best-recalled performance in Liliana Cavani's "The Night Porter"
1975:
Played a femme fatale opposite Robert Mitchum in "Farewell, My Lovely"
1976:
Received first TV acting credit, "Sherlock Holmes in New York"
1980:
Appeared in Woody Allen's comedy "Stardust Memories"
1982:
Had pivotal role opposite Paul Newman in Sidney Lumet's "The Verdict"
1986:
Suffered a nervous breakdown
1988:
Starred in David Hare's "Paris By Night"
1991:
Underwent treatment for depression
1994:
Played a psychotherapist in the British TV-movie "Murder in Mind"
1996:
Made rare American TV appearance in the HBO movie "Invasion of Privacy"
1997:
Played Helena Bonham Carter's aunt in "The Wings of the Dove"
1999:
Had featured role as Miss Haversham in BBC adaptation of "Great Expectations"
2000:
Cast as Lyubov in Michael Cacoyannis' adaptation of "The Cherry Orchard"
2000:
Co-starred as Stellan Skarsgård's estranged wife in "Signs and Wonders"
2001:
Played a woman in denial over the apparent death of her husband in Francois Ozon's "Under the Sand"
2001:
Once again played Skarsgård's estranged wife in "Aberdeen"
2001:
Had cameo role in Tony Scott's "Spy Game"
2003:
Co-starred in François Ozon's critically-acclaimed feature "Swimming Pool"
2004:
Cast as Clive Owen's former love in "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"
2005:
Acted in Laurent Cantet's "Heading South," about female sexual tourism
2008:
Featured in the thriller "Deception," co-starring Ewan McGregor and Hugh Jackman
2008:
Cast as a Neolite Priestess in Mathieu Kassovitz's "Babylon A.D."
2008:
Appeared opposite Keira Knightley and Ralph Fiennes in the period drama "The Duchess"
2010:
Once again acted opposite Knightley in the drama "Never Let Me Go," based on the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro
2011:
Cast in Lars Von Trier's apocalyptic drama "Melancholia"
2012:
Co-starred in BBC adaptation of William Boyd's novel "Restless"

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