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Dalle in 1998
19 December 1964
Brest, Finistère, France
(?-1998; broken engagement)
Béatrice Dalle (born 19 December 1964) is a French actress.
She was working as a model when she met filmmaker Jean-Jacques Beineix. Beineix cast her in the lead role in the 1986 film 37°2 le matin (later released in the United Kingdom and United States under the title Betty Blue). She went on to appear in a series of major roles in French films, including the 1989 film Chimère, which was entered into the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.
She is seen in a feature role in the 1991 music video "Move To Memphis" by Norwegian band a-ha.
In 2001, Dalle appeared in the controversial film, Trouble Every Day, in which she played a vampire. More recently, she starred in À l'intérieur, in which she played a cruel psychopath stalking a pregnant woman.
Dalle was arrested in 1991 for stealing jewelry in Paris; she received a fine for assaulting a traffic warden in 1998; she was also arrested in Miami in 1999 for cocaine possession. In 2001, while running the catwalk for the fashion designer Marco Coretti's collection in Rome, she destroyed an haute couture dress worth twelve thousand euros.
In January, 2005, while making a film about prison life in Brest, Dalle met Guenaël Meziani, who was serving a 12-year prison sentence for assaulting and raping his ex-girlfriend. She married him after 24 one-hour visits, and spoke on his behalf at hearings for his early release. According to the newspaper Le Parisien, in May, 2009 just weeks after he was given a conditional release for good behavior, police were called to her flat in the Marais district of Paris because of a violent dispute in which Meziani allegedly threatened to kill her.
|1986||37°2 le matin (Betty Blue)||Betty||Jean-Jacques Beineix|
|On a volé Charlie Spencer||the film star||Francis Huster|
|1988||La Visione del Sabba (The Vision of the Sabbath)||Maddalena||Marco Bellocchio|
|Les Bois noirs (The Dark Woods)||Violette||Jacques Deray|
|1990||La Vengeance d'une Femme (Vengeance of a Woman)||Suzy||Jacques Doillon|
|1991||Night on Earth||the blind passenger||Jim Jarmusch|
|1992||La Belle Histoire (The Beautiful Story)||Odona||Claude Lelouch|
|La Fille de l'air (The Girl in the Air)||Brigitte||Maroun Bagdadi|
|1994||J'ai pas sommeil (I Can't Sleep)||Mona||Claire Denis|
|À la folie||Elsa||Diane Kurys|
|Clubbed to Death||Saida||Yolande Zauberman|
|1997||The Blackout||Annie||Abel Ferrara|
|Al limite||Elena||Eduardo Campoy|
|2001||Trouble Every Day||Coré||Claire Denis|
|H Story||the actress||Nobuhiro Suwa|
|2002||17 fois Cécile Cassard||Cécile Cassard||Christophe Honoré|
|Le Temps du Loup (Time of the Wolf)||Lise Brandt||Michael Haneke|
|Bab el shams||Catherine||Yousry Nasrallah|
|L'intrus (The Intruder)||the woman||Claire Denis|
|2005||Dans tes rêves||Anna||Denis Thybaud|
|2007||A l'intérieur||the woman||Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury|
|2011||Notre Paradis||Anna||Gaël Morel|
|2011||Livid||Lucie's mother||Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury|
- There are conflicting references to Dalle's birthplace. The majority of sources state she was born in Brest, Finistère. However, there are also a number of sources that state she was born in Le Mans, Sarthe.
- "Festival de Cannes: Chimère". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-08-01.
- "Women who have killer instincts," The Independent, January 27, 2005.
- "Actress Defends Rape Suspect, by Colin Randall, The Daily Telegraph "Actress Defends Rape Suspect," by Colin Randall, The Daily Telegraph, December 14, 2005
- "Betty Blue star Béatrice Dalle threatened by rapist husband," by Henry Samuel, The Telegraph, May 15, 2009.
- "La visione del sabba". Retrieved 2012-10-09.
- "Flucht durch die Wolken". Retrieved 2012-10-09.
- "Á la folie". Retrieved 2012-10-09.
- "To the Limit". Retrieved 2012-10-09.
- "Vendetta". Retrieved 2012-10-09.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Béatrice Dalle.|
- Béatrice Dalle at the Internet Movie Database
- Béatrice Dalle at AllRovi
- Béatrice Dalle at AlloCiné (French)
- Women who have killer instincts, The Independent, 27 January 2005