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Charlotte Rampling young

Charlotte Rampling young

Birth Date

February 5, 1946

Nationality

United Kingdom

Sun Sign

Aquarius

Natural hair color

Light Brown

Eye color

Blue

Height

5 ft 7 in | 170 cm

Charlotte Rampling young photos

Body Measurements

34-25-35 in | 87-65-90 cm

Weight

58 kg | 128 lbs

Bra Size

34B

Shoe size

8.5 US | 39 EU

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Tessa Charlotte Rampling was born in Sturmer, Essex, England, on February 5, 1946, is an English actress.

Young Charlotte Rampling first started her career as a model.

She performed in a cabaret act during her teenage years.

She made her big screen debut in the Beatles musical comedy film A Hard Day's Night (1964) in uncredited role as Nightclub Dancer.

She got her television debut in British espionage programme The Avengers (1967) in episode "The Superlative Seven", in role as Hana Wilde.

Her breakthrough performance came as Meredith in British drama comedy movie Georgy Girl (1966).

She released her studio debut album "Comme une femme" in 2002.

New Movies

Benedetta (2021) biographical drama in role as Gloria, opposite Virginie Efira and Lambert Wilson

Dune (2020) epic science fiction in role as Gaius Helen Mohiam, directed by Denis Villeneuve

Best Movies

She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress and she won a European Film Awards for Best Actress for her role as Kate Mercer in British romantic drama film 45 Years (2015).

She won the European Film Awards for Best Actress and she was nominated for a César Award for her role as Sarah Morton in thriller movie Swimming Pool (2003).

She was nominated for the César Award for her performances in movies:

He Died with His Eyes Open (1985) French noir thriller in role as Barbara Spark

Under the Sand (2000) French drama in role as Marie Drillon

Lemming (2005) French psychological thriller in role as Alice Pollock, also she was nominated for the European Film Award for Best Supporting Actress

She was nominated for the European Film Award for Best Actress for her role as Elma Turner in live-action and animated science fiction film Immortal (2004).

The Verdict (1982) legal drama opposite Paul Newman, Jack Warden and James Mason

Stardust Memories (1980) comedy drama directed by Woody Allen

Melancholia (2011) science fiction drama with Kirsten Dunst, Kiefer Sutherland and Alexander Skarsgård

Angel Heart (1987) neo-noir psychological horror opposite Mickey Rourke, Robert De Niro and Lisa Bonet

Never Let Me Go (2010) dystopian romantic tragedy with Carey Mulligan, Andrew Garfield and Keira Knightley

Spy Game (2001) thriller action opposite Robert Redford, Brad Pitt and Catherine McCormack

Farewell, My Lovely (1975) neo-noir crime thriller with Robert Mitchum and John Ireland

The Wings of the Dove (1997) romantic drama opposite Helena Bonham Carter, Linus Roache and Alex Jennings

The Night Porter (1974) psychological drama with Dirk Bogarde and Philippe Leroy

Orca (1977) thriller opposite Richard Harris and Bo Derek

The Duchess (2008) drama with Keira Knightley, Ralph Fiennes and Dominic Cooper

Asylum (1972) horror opposite Barbara Parkins, Richard Todd and Sylvia Syms

Zardoz (1974) science fiction fantasy with Sean Connery and Sara Kestelman

I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (2003) crime thriller opposite Clive Owen and Malcolm McDowell

D.O.A. (1988) neo-noir mystery thriller with Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan

Red Sparrow (2018) spy thriller opposite Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton and Matthias Schoenaerts

Deception (2008) crime thriller with Hugh Jackman, Ewan McGregor and Michelle Williams

Basic Instinct 2 (2006) thriller opposite Sharon Stone, David Morrissey and David Thewlis

The Mill and the Cross (2011) drama with Rutger Hauer and Michael York

TV Shows

She was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film for her role as Frances Turner in five-part drama television serial London Spy (2015).

She was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her performance as Sally Gilmart in two parts drama miniseries Restless (2012).

She portrayed Irene Adler in television mystery movie Sherlock Holmes in New York (1976).

She played Miss Havisham in television film Great Expectations (1999).

Dexter (2013) Showtime crime drama mystery television series in role as Dr. Evelyn Vogel

Broadchurch (2015) British serial crime drama television series in role as Jocelyn Knight

DNA (2019) British television crime drama series in role as Claire Bobin

Facts

Attended St. Hilda's School at Bushey, England.

Studied at Jeanne d'Arc Académie pour Jeunes Filles at Versailles, France.

Had one sister, Sarah.

Released her autobiography "Qui Je Suis, or Who I Am" in 2015.

Received an Honorary César in 2001 and France's Legion of Honour in 2002.

Speaks French fluently.

She was awarded the O.B.E. (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in 2000.

Lives in Paris and Chelsea.

Relationships

She was married to:

Jean-Michel Jarre (1976-1999) they have one son, David Jarre

Bryan Southcombe (1972-1976) they have one son, Barnaby

Has been engaged to Jean-Noël Tassez (1998-2015).

Quotes

I think you have to earn beauty. You can use it or abuse it however you want when you're young. It's a God-given gift. You have a visiting card - you can go into any room and someone will come and talk to you. But I've always thought from very early on that you have to be careful with that - not being vain or narcissistic. Have fun, but don't be obsessed with it.

I knew that was a world I couldn't survive in, that Hollywood world. I didn't consciously think about it, but I think I wanted to be a European.

I can be seen as not being very communicative, or rather mysterious, or distant, or rather cold - all those things. Yeah, I know I can give off that impression. So I am that, too.

Ever since I was a small child, Ive had this feeling - its in my nature, and so its not even pretentious - that if everyones going one way, I will go the other, just by some kind of spirit of defiance.

Fashion is not trivial. It's a huge industry and a big part of our lives. Fashion is about us - how we look and present ourselves, how we can change ourselves, and our perceptions. You can dress up to be quite glorious creatures - it's all a very important part of life.

When I moved to Paris in the '70s, there wasn't very much going on in film in England. So when I started doing French films, there was a natural movement toward the kind of films I wanted to do. It wasn't the reason I came, but it so happened that I stepped into a time and place that actually corresponded to what I wanted. That sometimes happens in life. And it was rather beautiful.

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