Audrey Tautou

Audrey Tautou

Personalities
  • NATIONALITY : french
  • DATE OF BIRTH : 08/09/1976
  • ASTROLOGICAL SIGN : Lion
  • JOB : Actor actress

Biography

Audrey Tautou was born in 1976 in Auvergne. She spent her childhood in Domérat then in Montluçon. Her father is a dental surgeon and her mother a teacher. They chose her first name in tribute to the Hollywood star of the 50s and 60s, Audrey Hepburn.
Her baccalaureate with honors, the young woman began studying modern literature, but finally decided to follow the Cours Florent. If she loves the stage, she also loves doing the sets, putting on makeup for her friends and making the costumes. The young actress begins to shoot in TV movies. And it was Tonie Marshall who gave her her first film role. She thus joined the cast of “Venus beauty (institute)”. The film was released in 1998 and was a real success. Audrey Tautou then won the César for best female hope. The young Caesarized follows the shoots with “Voyous, vowels” by Serge Meynard, “Le fluttering wings of the butterfly” by Laurent Firode and “Le Libertin” by Gabriel Aghion. It was in 2001 that the actress made the decisive encounter with Jean-Pierre Jeunet. With “The fabulous destiny of Amélie Poulain”, the actress’s career soars. The film is an incredible success both in France and abroad. The filming locations quickly become sought-after stops for Parisian tourism and Audrey Tautou, an icon of French cinema. She then appeared in films by Laetitia Colombani, “À la folie, pas du tout”, by Cédric Klapisch, “L’Auberge Espagnol” then “Les dollées russes”, or even by Alain Resnais, “Pas sur the mouth “. Audrey Tautou finds Jean-Pierre Jeunet, for the role of Mathilde in “A long engagement Sunday”. Then she turns in “Ensemble c’est tout” alongside Guillaume Canet, replacing Charlotte Gainsbourg at short notice, and “Hors de prix” with Gad Elmaleh. Better still, the actress began an international career with “Dirty pretty things” by Stephen Frears, “Happy end” by Amos Kollek. Above all, she is chosen among many French actresses to play Sophie Neveu in the adaptation of Dan Brown’s bestseller, “The Da Vinci Code”. Audrey Tautou is once again in the spotlight. In 2009, she became the face of the famous Chanel N ° 5 perfume, in an advertising film directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. The following year, she played the character of Gabriel Chanel in Anne Fontaine’s biopic “Coco avant Chanel”. Audrey Tautou also plays for the first time in the theater in “Une Maison de doll”, by playwright Henrik Ibsen, in a production by Michel Fau. In 2011, it was on the bill “Des vents contrary” and “La Délicatesse” that we find her, before interpreting in 2012 “Thérèse Desqueyroux” in the film by Claude Miller. In 2013, the famous actress is the mistress of ceremony of the 66th edition of the Cannes Film Festival. That same year, she starred in the highly anticipated “L’Ecume des jours” by Michel Gondry and in the third installment of Klapisch’s comedies, the film “Casse-tête chinois” which follows on “L’Auberge Espagnole. “And” Russian Dolls “.

Audrey Tautou very discreet: what becomes of the actress of Amélie Poulain?

Following the success of Amélie Poulain’s film Le Fabuleux Destin in 2001 in which she played the main character, Audrey Tatou continued her career in cinema. She was notably the mistress of ceremonies at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.
This Tuesday, November 17, France 2 is rebroadcasting the film Hors de prix with Gad Elmaleh and Audrey Tautou. A feature film released in 2006, five years after Audrey Tautou’s first big success in Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain. She had managed to get noticed before in Venus Beauty and in the unforgettable Le Libertin. Since The Fabulous Destiny of Amélie Poulain, she has chained the roles. In 2007, we saw her in Ensemble, that’s all. A very good track record that earned her the role of muse for Chanel in 2009. In fact, she played the title role of organic pic Coco before Chanel. It also becomes the image of perfume No 5.

Audrey Tautou biography

Audrey Tautou very discreet: what becomes of the actress of Amélie Poulain?

Following the success of Amélie Poulain’s film Le Fabuleux Destin in 2001 in which she played the main character, Audrey Tatou continued her career in cinema. She was notably the mistress of ceremonies at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.
This Tuesday, November 17, France 2 is rebroadcasting the film Hors de prix with Gad Elmaleh and Audrey Tautou. A feature film released in 2006, five years after Audrey Tautou’s first big success in Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain. She had managed to get noticed before in Venus Beauty and in the unforgettable Le Libertin. Since The Fabulous Destiny of Amélie Poulain, she has chained the roles. In 2007, we saw her in Ensemble, that’s all. A very good track record that earned her the role of muse for Chanel in 2009. In fact, she played the title role of organic pic Coco before Chanel. It also becomes the image of perfume No 5.

She was later discovered at the theater in Une maison de doll in 2010. Audrey Tautou continued the following year with the film La Délicatesse, by Stéphane and David Foenkinos, then in Des vents contraires, by Jalil Lespert. In 2012, she played in a second bio pic, playing Thérèse Desqueyroux. From 2013, she made her comeback in major productions, including L’écume des jours and Casse-tête chinois. Moreover, that year, she became the mistress of ceremonies of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. Then, she decided to slow down the pace as she confided to Version Femina: “I need to live, to feed myself outside. of this profession. Sometimes having time for yourself is necessary to accomplish more personal projects. The combination of all these things made that a few years passed before I found the path of the plates. ”

A diverse career

After a short break, she changes register. In 2015, she played in the children’s adventure film Microbe and Gasoil and then in the drama Eternity. She played in 2016 in the third bio peak of her career, L’Odyssée. She plays the role of Simone Cousteau. In 2018, she played in En liberté! and The Jesus Rolls by John Turturro. Just that !

AUDREY’S PROFILE

Audrey is conscientious, discreet and very pleasant to be around. She has an innate sense of organization and duty. For example, she cannot quit her job without everything being perfect and tidy. She is very comfortable in society and knows how to convey her optimism. But Audrey is also naturally anxious, she is often afraid of doing badly, of not satisfying those around her, of being abandoned or unloved. Audrey prefers shadow to light, she can throw a big event with enthusiasm, but stays behind the scenes when it does. She can also have a little lesson-giving side that annoys her. But this is not intentional and if someone points it out to her, she will probably be very embarrassed and will try to make up for it right away. Audrey has great qualities of a heart, she wouldn’t hurt a fly and loves to feel useful more than anything. She doesn’t take any decisions lightly and always thinks before she acts.

AUDREY AND THE MEN

Audrey’s melancholy and fragility make men melt… or annoy them! For some, she represents the ideal woman, for others, she is too sensitive and anxious, synonymous with long boring discussions. Either way, her suitors will do anything for her and she won’t hesitate to take advantage. But Audrey knows how to set limits for herself. Her real problem is that she tends to be attracted to men who don’t look at her or who are too distant. Audrey needs a real relationship, attention and romance. When she is in love, she is quite possessive. However, she would like to transform a Don Juan into a transit lover. Obviously, that does not work and she then gets into all her states, doubts, asks a thousand questions. To be happy in love, Audrey will undoubtedly have to change this way of doing things and review her priorities. Happiness may just be right under his nose.

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