Isabelle Huppert

Huppert at the [[2018 Cannes Film Festival]] Isabelle Anne Madeleine Huppert (; born 16 March 1953) is a French actress who has appeared in more than 120 films since her debut in 1971. She is the most nominated actress for the César Award, with 16 nominations. She twice won the César Award for Best Actress, for ''La Cérémonie'' (1995) and ''Elle'' (2016). Huppert was made Chevalier of the Ordre national du Mérite in 1994 and was promoted to Officier in 2005. She was made a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour in 1999 and was promoted to Officer in 2009. In 2019, she was honored with the "lifetime achievement award for a foreign artist" at the 50th International Film Festival of India.

Huppert's first César nomination was for the 1975 film ''Aloïse''. In 1978, she won the BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer for ''The Lacemaker''. She went on to win two Best Actress awards at the Cannes Film Festival, for ''Violette Nozière'' (1978) and ''The Piano Teacher'' (2001), as well as two Volpi Cups for Best Actress at the Venice Film Festival, for ''Story of Women'' (1988) and ''La Cérémonie''. Her other films in France include ''Loulou'' (1980), ''La Séparation'' (1994), ''8 Women'' (2002), ''Gabrielle'' (2005), ''Amour'' (2012), and ''Things to Come'' (2016). Among international film's most prolific actresses, Huppert has worked in Italy, Russia, Central Europe, and in Asia. Her English-language films include: ''Heaven's Gate'' (1980), ''I Heart Huckabees'' (2004), ''The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby'' (2013), ''Louder Than Bombs'' (2015), and ''Greta'' (2018).

In 2016, Huppert garnered international acclaim for her performance in ''Elle'', which earned her a Golden Globe Award, an Independent Spirit Award and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress. She also won Best Actress awards from the National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, for both ''Elle'' and ''Things to Come''.

Also a prolific stage actress, Huppert is the most nominated actress for the Molière Award, with 7 nominations. She made her London stage debut in the title role of the play ''Mary Stuart'' in 1996, and her New York stage debut in a 2005 production of ''4.48 Psychosis''. She returned to the New York stage in 2009 to perform in Heiner Müller's ''Quartett'', and in 2014 to star in a Sydney Theatre Company production of ''The Maids''. In 2019, Huppert starred in Florian Zeller's ''The Mother'' at the Atlantic Theater Company in New York. Provided by Wikipedia
1
Slide
2
Published 2011
Other Authors: '; ...Huppert, Isabelle, 1953-...
Slide
3
Published 2013
Other Authors: '; ...Huppert, Isabelle, 1953-...
Slide
4
by Bataille, Georges,
Published 2005
Other Authors: '; ...Huppert, Isabelle, 1953-...
DVD
5
Published 2013
Other Authors: '; ...Huppert, Isabelle, 1953-...
DVD
6
Published 2010
Other Authors: '; ...Huppert, Isabelle, 1953-...
DVD
7
by Armstrong, Charlotte,
Published 2001
Other Authors: '; ...Huppert, Isabelle, 1953-...
DVD
8
by Bontempelli, Massimo,
Published 2002
Other Authors: '; ...Huppert, Isabelle, 1953-...
DVD
9
by Jelinek, Elfriede, 1946-
Published 2002
Other Authors: '; ...Huppert, Isabelle, 1953-...
DVD
Search Tools: Get RSS Feed Email this Search