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 42)
Paris, France
Occupation Actress
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 have worked as film actors. She has two paternal half-siblings: half-sister Roxane and half-brother Jean.

She has two sons, Billy (born 16 June 2011) and Alfred (born 8 August 2012), with Philippe Katerine. She is also the aunt of Louise Depardieu, daughter of her late brother Guillaume.

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.

Theater[edit]

Year Title Author Director Notes
2003 Mémoires de deux jeunes mariées Honoré de Balzac Jacques Décombe
2004 Le Jardin aux betteraves Roland Dubillard Jean-Michel Ribes
2008 The Tales of Hoffmann Jacques Offenbach Julie Depardieu & Stéphan Druet
2010-11 Nono Sacha Guitry Michel Fau Nominated - Molière Award for Best Actress
2014 The Misanthrope Molière Michel Fau (2)

Filmography[edit]

Julie Depardieu, by Harcourt
Year Title Role Director Notes
1994 Colonel Chabert Mathilde Yves Angelo
La machine The Nurse François Dupeyron
1996 Les liens du coeur Sarah Josée Dayan TV Movie
La passion du docteur Bergh Valerie Letechin Josée Dayan (2) TV Movie
1998 L'examen de minuit Séréna Dartois Danièle Dubroux Nominated - Acteurs à l'Écran - Best Actress
Intime conviction Laurence John Lvoff TV Movie
The Count of Monte Cristo Valentine De Villefort Josée Dayan (3) TV Mini-Series
1999 Peut-être Nathalie Cédric Klapisch
2000 Sentimental Destinies Marcelle Olivier Assayas
In extremis Anne Etienne Faure
Love me Barbara Laetitia Masson
Les marchands de sable Catherine Pierre Salvadori
30 ans Ariane Laurent Perrin
Grand oral Sylvie Yann Moix Short
HLA identique Valéria Thomas Briat Short
Deux femmes à Paris Maud Caroline Huppert TV Movie
2001 God Is Great and I'm Not Valérie Pascale Bailly
Veloma Lucie Marie de Laubier
Bad Karma Crystal Alexis Miansarow
Zaïde, un petit air de vengeance Marie Josée Dayan (4) TV Movie
Les enfants d'abord Cécilia Contini Aline Issermann TV Movie
L'aîné des Ferchaux Lina Bernard Stora TV Movie
2003 Little Lili Jeanne-Marie Claude Miller César Award for Best Supporting Actress
César Award for Most Promising Actress
Bolondok éneke Veronique / Marie Csaba Bereczky
Bienvenue au gîte Nina Strong Claude Duty
Le lion volatil Clarisse Agnès Varda Short
Spartacus The Demonstrator Virginie Lovisone Short
Le porteur de cartable Mademoiselle Ceylac Caroline Huppert (2) TV Movie
Jean Moulin, une affaire française Sister Henriette Pierre Aknine TV Movie
La maison des enfants Charlotte Aline Issermann (2) TV Mini-Series
2004 A Very Long Engagement Véronique Passavant Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Podium Véro Yann Moix (2) Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actress
Eros thérapie Agathe Danièle Dubroux (2)
Milady Constance Bonacieux Josée Dayan (5) TV Movie
2005 The Fever Julie Alessandro D'Alatri
Burnt Out Flora Fabienne Godet
Un fil à la patte Amélie Michel Deville
Le passager Jeanne Éric Caravaca
L'oeil de l'autre Alice John Lvoff (2)
Celle qui reste Jeanne Virginie Sauveur TV Movie
Toilet Zone Various Olivier Baroux TV Series
Les Rois maudits Jeanne de Poitiers Josée Dayan (6) TV Mini-Series
2006 Toi et moi Ariane Julie Lopes-Curval
Blame It on Fidel Marie de la Mesa Julie Gavras
Poltergay Emma Éric Lavaine
Essaye-moi Jacqueline Pierre-François Martin-Laval
La mémoire des autres Elise Pilar Anguita-MacKay
Qui m'aime me suive Praline Benoît Cohen
Toothache Bibi Ian Simpson
2007 The Witnesses Julie André Téchiné
Rush Hour 3 Paulette Brett Ratner
A Secret Louise Claude Miller (2) César Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominated - Globes de Cristal Award for Best Actress
Cow-Boy Christelle Piron Benoît Mariage
2008 Female Agents Jeanne Faussier Jean-Paul Salomé
Elles et Moi Alice Brunetti Bernard Stora (2) TV Mini-Series
2009 All About Actresses Herself Maïwenn
Park Benches The Neighbor's Wife Bruno Podalydès
La femme invisible Lili Agathe Teyssier
Au siècle de Maupassant Adèle Laurent Heynemann TV Series (1 Episode)
2010 Pièce montée Marie Denys Granier-Deferre
Le mariage à trois Harriet Jacques Doillon
Je suis un no man's land Sylvie Thierry Jousse
Libre échange Jocelyne Delvaux Serge Gisquière
2011 The Art of Love Isabelle Emmanuel Mouret
Possessions Maryline Caron Éric Guirado
Bouquet final Claire Josée Dayan (7) TV Movie
2013 Opium Nyx Arielle Dombasle
Ma maman est en Amérique... Yvette Marc Boréal & Thibaut Chatel
Indiscrétions Julie Lefort Josée Dayan (8) TV Movie
La Famille Katz Théa Arnauld Mercadier TV Series (6 Episodes)
2014 Les Yeux jaunes des crocodiles Joséphine Cortes Cécile Telerman
À la vie Hélène Jean-Jacques Zilbermann
Magnum Herself Philippe Katerine TV Movie
2016 Crash test Aglaé Liette Eric Gravel
L'Appart ! Gabriel Julien-Laferrière

References[edit]

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

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