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Sophie Marceau is a Actor, Director and Scriptwriter French born on 17 november 1966 at Paris (France)

Sophie Marceau

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Birth name Sophie Danièle Sylvie Maupu
Nationality France
Birth 17 november 1966 (52 years) at Paris (France)

Sophie Marceau ([sɔfi maʁso]; born Sophie Danièle Sylvie Maupu; 17 November 1966) is a French actress, director, screenwriter, and author. As a teenager, Marceau achieved popularity with her debut films La Boum (1980) and La Boum 2 (1982), receiving a César Award for Most Promising Actress. She became a film star in Europe with a string of successful films, including L'Étudiante (1988), Pacific Palisades (1990), Fanfan (1993), and Revenge of the Musketeers (1994). Marceau became an international film star with her performances in Braveheart (1995), Firelight (1997), and the 19th James Bond film The World Is Not Enough (1999).

Biography

From 1985 to 2001, Marceau had a relationship with director Andrzej Żuławski. Their son Vincent was born in July 1995. In 2001, Marceau separated from Żuławski and began a six-year relationship with producer Jim Lemley. They have a daughter, Juliette (born June 2002 in London).

From 2007 to 2014, she had a relationship with Christopher Lambert, with whom she appeared in the films Trivial and Cartagena. On July 11, 2014 the couple announced their amicable separation.

Best films

The World Is Not Enough (1999)
(Actress)
Braveheart (1995)
(Actress)
LOL (Laughing Out Loud) (2008)
(Actress)
De l'autre côté du lit (2008)
(Actress)
Happiness Never Comes Alone (2012)
(Actress)
Fort Saganne (1984)
(Actress)

Usually with

Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Sophie Marceau (49 films)

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Actress

Mme Mills, une voisine si parfaite, 1h28
Directed by Sophie Marceau
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Actors Sophie Marceau, Pierre Richard, Nicolas Vaude, Stéphane Bissot
Roles Hélène
Rating41% 2.080132.080132.080132.080132.08013
Hélène est une femme solitaire et autonome. Elle est éditrice de livres à l'eau de rose et sa vie est rythmée par son travail. Elle est férue de littérature, persuadée que la fiction est supérieure à la réalité. Son quotidien est bouleversé par l'arrivée de sa nouvelle voisine, madame Mills, une vieille américaine excentrique. Cette dernière est un homme, un escroc professionnel qui tente d'arnaquer Hélène pour lui voler un objet de grande valeur. Mais Hélène, tombée sous le charme de cette étrange femme, découvre son secret...
La Taularde, 1h40
Directed by Audrey Estrougo
Origin France
Genres Drama
Themes Prison films, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Sexploitation films, Women in prison films
Actors Sophie Marceau, Suzanne Clément, Anne Le Ny, Alice Belaïdi, Eye Haïdara, Marie-Sohna Condé
Roles Mathilde Leroy
Rating62% 3.1319553.1319553.1319553.1319553.131955
Pour sauver son mari d'une longue peine de prison, Mathilde participe à son évasion et se retrouve à son tour incarcérée.
Quantum Love, 1h21
Directed by Lisa Azuelos
Origin France
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Sophie Marceau, François Cluzet, Lisa Azuelos, Alexandre Astier, Jonathan Cohen, Niels Schneider
Roles Elsa
Rating62% 3.1372353.1372353.1372353.1372353.137235
Pierre (François Cluzet) has been happily married for fifteen years and a good father. Still in love with his wife, he enjoys his wife and family and is content. One evening, he meets Elsa (Sophie Marceau) at a party and are immediately attracted to each other. Fifteen days later, they happen to meet again and the mutual attraction turns into infatuation. But his love for his wife and Elsa's rule about not dating married men prevents them from taking the next step. Instead, they fantasize about each other, and soon the fantasies mingle with the reality.
The Missionaries, 1h28
Directed by Tonie Marshall
Origin France
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Sophie Marceau, Patrick Bruel, André Wilms, Alexia Barlier, Sylvie Vartan, François Morel
Roles Judith
Rating53% 2.69632.69632.69632.69632.6963
Lambert (Patrick Bruel), sex addict repenti, tente de se racheter une conduite en devenant… conseiller conjugal. Abstinent depuis plusieurs mois, la situation se complique lorsqu’il recrute une assistante, la séduisante Judith (Sophie Marceau), dont la sexualité débridée va très vite mettre ses résolutions à rude épreuve…
Arrêtez-moi, 1h39
Directed by Jean-Paul Lilienfeld
Origin France
Genres Thriller
Themes Feminist films, Films about domestic violence
Actors Sophie Marceau, Miou-Miou, Marc Barbé, Yann Ebonge, Jenny Clève, Dinara Droukarova
Roles La coupable
Rating56% 2.809412.809412.809412.809412.80941
Une femme battue (Sophie Marceau) pousse son mari par la fenêtre. Après dix ans, elle décide de se rendre à la police, où elle est entendue par la lieutenant Pontoise (Miou-Miou) qui refuse de l'arrêter. Le film est un huis clos entre les deux femmes, illustré de flash-backs en caméra subjective.
Happiness Never Comes Alone, 1h45
Directed by James Huth
Origin France
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Sophie Marceau, Gad Elmaleh, François Berléand, Maurice Barthélemy, Bérénice Marlohe, Michaël Abiteboul
Roles Charlotte Posche
Rating64% 3.242043.242043.242043.242043.24204
Sacha (Gad Elmaleh) is a talented jazz pianist who does not take life too seriously. He loves his friends, his piano, and he loves to party. At night, he plays in a jazz club and enjoys seducing pretty young girls. He lives for the moment, looking for pleasure, with no responsibility, no family, and no taxes. Sacha's carefree life changes suddenly when he meets a forty-something career woman named Charlotte (Sophie Marceau) one rainy afternoon. After they make love, Sacha discovers that Charlotte has three children, not to mention a jealous soon-to-be ex-husband who runs the multinational company they both work for. Although she no longer loves her husband, she has a hard time untying the knot because of his wealth and power. Sacha and Charlotte have seemingly nothing in common, but they may just be made for each other.
To the Arctic 3D, 40minutes
Directed by Greg MacGillivray
Origin USA
Genres Documentary
Themes Documentary films about nature
Actors Sophie Marceau, Meryl Streep
Roles Narrator (voice)
Rating65% 3.2962353.2962353.2962353.2962353.296235
Un documentaire qui suit le parcours d'une ourse polaire et de ses deux petits, luttant pour leur survie dans l'Arctique.
Happy Feet Two, 1h40
Directed by George Miller
Origin Australie
Genres Comedy, Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Films about birds, Musical films, Films about penguins, Buddy films, Children's films
Actors Elijah Wood, Robin Williams, Hank Azaria, Brad Pitt, Elizabeth Daily, Matt Damon
Roles Norma Jean
Rating59% 2.9500852.9500852.9500852.9500852.950085
Erik, son of the penguins Mumble and Gloria, is unable to dance like Emperor-Land. Erik and his two best friends, Bodicea and Atticus, follow Ramon to Adélie-Land and find that Adélie-Land has been ruled by a God-like "penguin" named Sven. Sven is actually a puffin in Adélie-Land who survived the loss of his native fishing grounds due to his "miraculous" ability to fly. Erik instantly becomes enamored with Sven, who takes a liking to him. Sven and Lovelace tell the others that they were saved by humans. The two eventually flee (under Sven's mistaken assumption that the humans were going to eat them) and end up on Antarctica, where Sven performs his first miracle by revealing moss to the local penguins. Sven uses his power of "Sven Think" to help Ramon find a mate. Ramon instantly falls in love with Carmen, another Adélie penguin who is uninterested. Mumble follows the chicks' footprints to Adélie-Land and orders them to return to Emperor-Land, but they refuse. Sven sends Erik back to Emperor-Land with Mumble.
With Love... from the Age of Reason, 1h37
Directed by Yann Samuell
Origin France
Genres Comedy, Romance
Actors Sophie Marceau, Marton Csokas, Jonathan Zaccaï, Michel Duchaussoy, Thierry Hancisse, Juliette Chappey
Roles Margaret / Marguerite
Rating57% 2.8940752.8940752.8940752.8940752.894075
Margaret is a beautiful and successful businesswoman selling power plants to the Chinese. With an adoring English lover, she appears to have everything going for her. On her fortieth birthday, Margaret receives the first bundle of letters she wrote to herself when she was seven years old. A jumble of colorful collages, photographs, and wildly creative puzzles seem to have come from a different girl entirely. In a letter the seven-year-old Margaret writes, "Dear me. Today I am seven years old and I'm writing you this letter to help you remember the promises I made when I was 7, and also to remind you of what I want to become..." As her letters to herself keep arriving, Margaret finds herself becoming disenchanted. The letters evoke long-forgotten memories and cast doubt on many of the choices she made in her life. In many ways she's become the opposite of what she hoped to become as a child. Margaret visits her childhood village and, by reconnecting with people who see in her the girl they once knew, she starts finding her way to the woman she vowed to become.
Cartagena
Cartagena (2009)
, 1h33
Directed by Alain Monne
Origin France
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about disabilities
Actors Sophie Marceau, Christopher Lambert, Margarita Rosa de Francisco
Roles Muriel
Rating67% 3.387253.387253.387253.387253.38725
En Colombie, Léo (Christophe Lambert) est un ancien champion de boxe qui entre au service de Muriel (Sophie Marceau), comme garde-malade. Muriel, riche française, tétraplégique à la suite d'un accident de voiture, clouée au lit, est assistée de Lucia qui est amoureuse de sa patronne. Léo, alcoolique, n'a pas vraiment laissé tomber la boxe : dans le gymnase de Valdès, ils décident d'entraîner deux jeunes femmes, Lina et Miranda et parient 5 000 $ sur l'avenir sportif de leurs deux recrues. Léo s'occupe de Lina, prostituée sans réelle attache, et Valdès, de Miranda. Petit à petit, des sentiments naissent entre Muriel et Léo et entre Lina et Léo.
Don't Look Back, 1h45
Directed by Marina de Van
Origin France
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Actors Sophie Marceau, Monica Bellucci, Andrea Di Stefano, Thierry Neuvic, Brigitte Catillon, Sylvie Granotier
Roles Jeanne
Rating58% 2.949862.949862.949862.949862.94986
Jeanne, a married woman with two young children, starts to notice small changes taking place in the arrangement of objects in her family's home—furniture, pictures, rooms—as well as in her physical appearance. She seems to be the only one noticing these changes, but still she is absolutely certain that her perceptions are a result of something profound, and are not caused by stress or fatigue, as everyone else seems to think. Feeling increasingly out of sorts, ever more distant, and even psychologically cut off from her husband and children, who are baffled by her behavior, Jeanne goes to her mother in the hope that she, at least, will provide for her some clarification or otherwise soothing solution.
De l'autre côté du lit, 1h33
Directed by Pascale Pouzadoux
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Actors Dany Boon, Sophie Marceau, Antoine Duléry, Roland Giraud, Anny Duperey, Antoine Duléry
Roles Ariane Marciac
Rating55% 2.7530752.7530752.7530752.7530752.753075
When routine sets into Hugo and Ariane's relationship after ten years of marriage, the couple decides to swap lives. Hugo looks after the house and kids and takes up his wife's career as a door-to-door jewelry salesman, and Ariane assumes control of a building rental company.
Female Agents, 1h55
Directed by Jean-Paul Salomé
Origin France
Genres War, Thriller, Action, Historical
Themes French war films, Political films, Histoire de France, L'Occupation allemande en France
Actors Sophie Marceau, Julie Depardieu, Marie Gillain, Déborah François, Moritz Bleibtreu, Maya Sansa
Roles Louise Desfontaines
Rating67% 3.3991553.3991553.3991553.3991553.399155
In May 1944 Louise Desfontaines (Sophie Marceau), a member of the French Resistance, flees to Spain after her husband is killed, where she is captured and later expatriated to London. She is recruited by the Special Operations Executive (SOE), the secret spy and sabotage service initiated by Winston Churchill. Louise is given an urgent first mission: to extricate a British agent who has fallen into German hands while preparing the Invasion of Normandy. The agent has not yet revealed anything but time is pressing.
LOL (Laughing Out Loud), 1h45
Directed by Lisa Azuelos
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about drugs, Teen movie
Actors Sophie Marceau, Christa Theret, Jérémy Kapone, Alexandre Astier, Jocelyn Quivrin, Marion Chabassol
Roles Anne
Rating63% 3.1579153.1579153.1579153.1579153.157915
Lola (Christa Theret) is a pretty teenage girl living with her mother Anne (Sophie Marceau), who is divorced from Lola's father, Alain (Alexandre Astier). Nicknamed "LOL" by her friends, Lola has been taking her first steps into teenage romance, dating a boy from her class named Arthur (Felix Moati). Following the summer break, Lola's life becomes complicated when Arthur tells her that he cheated on her over the summer and was dating her friend, Lvis. Lola decides to break things off with him and start seeing his close friend Mael (Jeremy Kapone). Lola's friends seem to enjoy complicating matters even more. Life at home has also become impossible with her mother, who has no idea what "LOL" means. She treats her teenage daughter like a child, wondering whatever happened to her sweet little daughter. Lola likes to play her mother and father against each other for her own advantage, but what she doesn't know is that Anne and Alain have begun dating again on the sly.
Trivial
Trivial (2007)
, 1h43
Directed by Sophie Marceau
Origin France
Genres Thriller
Actors Christopher Lambert, Sophie Marceau, Nicolas Briançon, Simon Abkarian, Robert Hossein, Marie-Christine Barrault
Roles Victoria
Rating49% 2.463732.463732.463732.463732.46373
Lt. Jacques Renard (Christopher Lambert) is struggling with depression following the untimely death of his beloved wife, Chloé. After six months in a mental hospital following a suicide attempt, the disheveled and lonely Le Havre police lieutenant is still haunted by visions of his wife. One day, Renard finds a mysterious woman (Sophie Marceau) waiting for him in his car. She implores him to visit the manager of the Hotel Normandy, Antoine Bérangère (Robert Hossein), in nearby Deauville in Room 401. She insists that only Renard can help her, and then leaves.