Julie Depardieu

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Julie Depardieu
Julie Depardieu in Berlin, 2007.jpg
Arrival for the premiere of The Witnesses (2007), in Berlin Film Festival, Potsdamer Platz.
Born Julie Marion Depardieu
(1973-06-18) 18 June 1973 (age 41)
Paris, France
Years active 1994–present

Julie Marion Depardieu[1] (born 18 June 1973)[2] is a French actress who has appeared in a number of successful films.

Early life[edit]

Born 18 June 1973 in Paris, she is the daughter of Gérard Depardieu and Élisabeth Depardieu and the sister of the late Guillaume Depardieu – all of whom are also film actors. She has two paternal half-siblings: half-sister Roxane and half-brother Jean.

Mother of 2 sons, Billy (born June 16, 2011) and Alfred (born August 8, 2012), with Philippe Katerine.

Aunt of Louise Depardieu, daughter of her late brother Guillaume Depardieu.

Career[edit]

In 2004, she won two César Awards (Best Supporting Actress and Best Young Actress) for La petite Lili and won another (Best Supporting Actress) for Un secret in 2008. Depardieu was also nominated for a César Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2005 for her performance in Podium.

In 2008, she also directed her first operette les contes d'Hoffmann (Tales of Hoffman) at the Vaux le Vicomte castle, the castle which inspired king Louis XIV to build Versailles.

Filmography[edit]

Julie Depardieu, by Harcourt

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Julie Depardieu". Gazillionmovies. Retrieved 2009-04-23. 
  2. ^ "Julie Depardieu". AlloCiné. Retrieved 2011-09-19. 

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