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|Birth Place:||Sturmer, England, GB||Profession:||Cast ...|
Rampling was diagnosed as anorexic and in 1991 was treated for depression.
She was made an Officer in the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in December 2000 for her services to acting and British-French cultural relations.
"I think I looked for tortured subjects to correspond with how I was really feeling. It's interesting, isn't it? I know I have a comedy gift. John Cleese and Woody Allen have both told me that, but instead I play all these tragic ladies." --Charlotte Rampling in The Observer, September 25, 1994.
"My dark side belongs to my work, and luckily I am able to have sufficient material to play around with." --Charlotte Rampling quoted in Vanity Fair, April 1988.
"I'm fatalistic about my career. That's how I can live out her [in France] and not be the center of things. I believe the projects that eventually work out were meant to be." --Rampling to Women's Wear Daily, March 9, 1988.
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