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Born: March 16, 1953 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: Cast ...
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1984:
Directed by sister Caroline Huppert in "Sincerely, Charlotte"
1999:
Portrayed a wealthy older women who keeps a young hustler in "L'Ecole de la chair/The School of Flesh"
1991:
Starred as "Madame Bovary"
2004:
Cast as a hooker whose illegitimate daughter commits a crime in "The Promised Life"
1988:
Returned to work with Claude Chabrol in "Story of Women"
2000:
Starred in "Merci pour le chocolat"
2000:
Starred in "Nightcap"
1996:
Voiced the character Mistress in NBC's "Gulliver's Travels" miniseries
1994:
Played former nun in "Amateur," directed by Hal Hartley
2001:
Garnered rave reviews for performance in "The Piano Teacher/La Pianiste"
1997:
Starred for Chabrol in "Rien ne va plus/The Swindle"
2002:
Featured in Francois Ozon's "8 Femmes"
2012:
Co-starred with Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva in French drama "Amour"
2013:
Cast opposite Colin Farrell in neo-noir crime thriller "Dead Man Down"
2004:
Cast as French radical Caterine Vauban in David O. Russell's "I Heart Huckabees"
1971:
Film debut, "Faustine et le bel ete/Growing Up"
1994:
Named president of France's Advances Film Commission
1973:
Stage acting debut, "Viendra-t-il un autre ete?"
1979:
Cast as female lead in Michael Cimino's infamous "Heaven's Gate"
1974:
Made English-language debut in "Rosebud"
1978:
Won Best Actress award at Cannes for "Violette"
2010:
Made U.S. TV series debut with guest appearance on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC)
2013:
Appeared as Mary Rigby in "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby"
2016:
Played Nathalie Chazeaux in "Things to Come"
2016:
Gave a critically acclaimed and award-winning performance as Michele in "Elle"
2017:
Was Nominated for the 2017 Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for "Elle"; lost to Emma Stone for "La La Land"

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