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Isabelle Huppert
Known for La pianiste (2001),

  • Birthday:March 16, 1953
  • Birth Place: Paris
  • Birth Name: Isabelle Ann Huppert
  • Biography: Isabelle Ann Huppert  is a French actress. She was born in Paris and was encouraged by her mother to begin acting at a young age. Huppert later attended the Conservatory of Versailles where she won a prize for her acting. After a successful stage career, she began making movies, debuting in 1972 with Faustine et le bel été (She had made a television debut the year before). She was a teenage star in Paris and made her American debut in the Michael Cimino's 1980 film Heaven's Gate, which flopped at the U.S. box office. In Europe and the art house world, she is venerated as an Institution by herself, winning the most number of César Awards, European equivalent of the Oscars, more than Catherine Deneuve, Sophie Marceau, Emmanuelle Béart and Isabelle Adjani. Her most recent awards are for Michael Haneke's La Pianiste where she played the role of a high school teacher suffering for her painful obsession for one of her students, while her sanity gradually unravelled and her world of musical fantasy caved in. She most recently appeared on the Paris stage as Henrik Ibsen's suicidal Hedda Gabler. Every performance was greeted with a standing ovation. She recently turned fifty but remains one of Europe's most sublime exports. Alum of Europe's most prestigious National Conservatory of Dramatic Art of Paris, CNSAD.
    Isabelle Ann Huppert  is a French actress. She was born in Paris and was encouraged by her mother to begin acting at a young age. Huppert later attended the Conservatory of Versailles where she won a prize for her acting. After a successful stage career, she began making movies, debuting in 1972 with Faustine et le bel été (She had made a television debut the year before).

    She was a teenage star in Paris and made her American debut in the Michael Cimino's 1980 film Heaven's Gate, which flopped at the U.S. box office.

    In Europe and the art house world, she is venerated as an Institution by herself, winning the most number of César Awards, European equivalent of the Oscars, more than Catherine Deneuve, Sophie Marceau, Emmanuelle Béart and Isabelle Adjani.

    Her most recent awards are for Michael Haneke's La Pianiste where she played the role of a high school teacher suffering for her painful obsession for one of her students, while her sanity gradually unravelled and her world of musical fantasy caved in.

    She most recently appeared on the Paris stage as Henrik Ibsen's suicidal Hedda Gabler. Every performance was greeted with a standing ovation. She recently turned fifty but remains one of Europe's most sublime exports.

    Alum of Europe's most prestigious National Conservatory of Dramatic Art of Paris, CNSAD.

Movies - View all clips

Gabrielle (2005) 2 clips of total 2 clips Full Frontal 2006-08-11
La Pianiste (2001) 1 clips of total 1 clips Top Less 2012-12-14
The Bedroom Window (1987) 3 clips of total 3 clips Top Less 2008-09-12
Coup De Foudre (1983) 1 clips of total 1 clips Top Less 2007-05-11
The Story Of Piera (1983) 4 clips of total 5 clips Full Frontal 2006-12-02
La Truite (1982) 2 clips of total 2 clips Top Less 2005-09-14
Eaux Profondes (1981) 4 clips of total 4 clips Full Frontal 2011-01-20
Coup De Torchon (1981) 2 clips of total 3 clips Butt 2011-02-05
Heaven's Gate (1980) 3 clips of total 3 clips Full Frontal 2008-12-26
Loulou (1980) 1 clips of total 3 clips Top Less 2012-09-18
Sauve Qui Peut (La Vie) (1980) 4 clips of total 6 clips Full Frontal 2006-07-20
Violette (1978) 3 clips of total 3 clips Full Frontal 2010-06-08
The Lacemaker (1977) 2 clips of total 2 clips Top Less 2005-09-14
Valseuses, Les (1974) 1 clips of total 8 clips Sexy 2006-12-12