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Born: October 22, 1943 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: Cast ...
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1956:
First film appearance (a bit part) in "Les Collegiennes" (billed as Catherine Dorleac)
1959:
Film acting debut in "Les Petits Chats" (billed as Catherine Dorleac)
1964:
Starred in Jacques Demy's award-winning musical "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg"
1965:
English language debut in Roman Polanski's "Repulsion"
1967:
Cast as a bored housewife who becomes a call girl in Luis Bunuel's "Belle de Jour"
1967:
Reteamed with Demy for the musical "Les Demoiselles of Rochefort/The Young Girls of Rochefort"; starred with her sister Francoise Dorleac, playing twin sisters
1969:
First Hollywood film, "The April Fools"
1969:
Played dual role in Francois Truffaut's "The Mississippi Mermaid"
1970:
Third film with Demy, "Peau d'anne/Donkey Skin"
1971:
First of five films with Marcello Mastroianni, "It Only Happens to Others"
1973:
Co-starred with Mastroianni in the Jacques Demy-directed "A Slightly Pregnant Man"
1975:
Starred in "Le Sauvage"; directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau
1975:
Returned to Hollywood to co-star opposite Burt Reynolds in "Hustle"
1980:
Reteamed with Truffaut for "The Last Metro"; first of six films with Gerard Depardieu
1982:
First of four films (to date) with Andre Techine, "Hotel des Ameriques"
1983:
Appeared opposite Susan Sarandon in the vampire-themed "The Hunger"
1985:
Profile chosen as the model for the symbol of the French Republic, "Marianne" (a statuette of which is displayed in every city and town hall in the country)
1988:
First film as producer (also actress), "Drole d'endroit pour une rencontre/A Strange Place to Meet"
1992:
Received Best Actress Oscar nomination for "Indochine"
1993:
Co-starred in Techine's "Ma saison preferee/My Favorite Season" (released in the USA in 1996)
1995:
Starred in Manoel de Oliveira's "The Convent"
1996:
Reteamed with Techine for "Les Voleurs/Thieves"
1998:
Earned praise for her performance as a jeweler's widow in "Place Vendome"
2000:
Appeared in award-winning drama "Dancer in the Dark" starring Bjork
2002:
Had featured role in comedy "8 Women"
2004:
Starred in Manoel de Oliveira's "Um Filme Falado/A Talking Picture"
2005:
Published her diary <i>A l'ombre de moi-meme/In My Shadow</i>; Deneuve writes about her experiences shooting the films "Indochine" and "Dancer in the Dark"
2007:
Voiced the mother in "Persepolis"; Marjane Satrapi's animated film based on the graphic novel of the same name

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