|Born||Élisabeth Dominique Lucie Guignot
5 August 1941 (age 75)
|Occupation||Actress, writer, co-producer|
(m. 1971–1996, divorced)
Élisabeth Depardieu (née Élisabeth Dominique Lucie Guignot; born 5 August 1941) is a French actress, writer, co-producer, ex-wife of actor Gérard Depardieu and mother of actors Guillaume and Julie.
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Élisabeth Dominique Lucie Guignot was born to a well-off Parisian family and married Gérard Depardieu on 19 February 1970. They had two children together, actors Guillaume Depardieu and Julie Depardieu. The couple divorced in 1996.
Élisabeth appeared in two movies with then-husband Gérard Depardieu: Jean de Florette (1986), in which they played husband and wife, and Le Tartuffe (1984). She participated at the 19th Brest European Short Film Festival in 2004 as a member of the jury.
|1967||Des garçons et des filles|
|1970||Les Aventures de Zadig|
|1985||On ne Meurt Que 2 Fois|
|1985||L'amour Ou Presque|
|1986||Jean de Florette|
|1986||Manon of The Spring|
|1996||Les Aveux De L'innocent|
|2001||Ceci est mon corps|
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