French actresses who were born in 1964

Here are 16 famous actresses from France were born in 1964:

Juliette Binoche

Juliette Binoche (March 9, 1964 Paris-) also known as Juliette B, La Binoche, Juliette Adrienne, Juliette or "La Binoche" is a French actor, dancer, artist, author, poet, designer, visual artist and voice actor. Her children are called Raphaël Hallé and Hana Magimel.

Binoche is widely regarded as one of the most talented and accomplished actresses of her generation. She has appeared in more than 60 films, including international hits such as "The Unbearable Lightness of Being," "Three Colors: Blue," and "Chocolat." She has won numerous awards, including an Academy Award for her role in "The English Patient."

In addition to her acting work, Binoche is also an accomplished artist and writer. She has exhibited her artwork in galleries around the world, and has published several books of poetry and essays. She is also a dedicated human rights activist, and has been involved in various charitable causes throughout her career.

Binoche is known for her versatility as an actress, and has tackled a wide variety of roles over the course of her career. She has worked with some of the most acclaimed directors in the business, including Krzysztof Kieślowski, Jean-Luc Godard, and Abbas Kiarostami. Despite her success, she has remained humble and dedicated to her craft, and is widely admired both for her talent and her generosity.

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Béatrice Dalle

Béatrice Dalle (December 19, 1964 Brest-) also known as Beatrice Dalle, Béatrice Cabarrou, La Grande Bouche or Beatrice Cabarrou is a French actor and model.

Dalle began her career as a model in the late 1970s and made her acting debut in the 1986 film "37°2 le matin" (also known as "Betty Blue"). Her performance in the film earned her critical acclaim and a César Award for Best Actress. She went on to star in a number of other French and international films, including "La Belle Histoire", "Inside", and "The House That Jack Built".

In addition to her acting career, Dalle has also worked in music, collaborating with artists such as Liam Gallagher and John Parish. She has also been open about her struggles with addiction and mental health, and has been an advocate for destigmatizing these issues. Today, she remains a celebrated figure in French cinema and continues to act in both film and television.

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Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

Valeria Bruni Tedeschi (November 16, 1964 Turin-) also known as Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi, Valeria Bruni or Valéria Bruni-Tedeschi is a French actor, film director, screenwriter and film editor. She has one child, Celine Garrel.

Born to an Italian father and a French mother, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi studied acting at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome before moving to Paris in the mid-1980s to begin her acting career. She gained attention for her roles in films such as "Les gens normaux n'ont rien d'exceptionnel" and "Péril en la demeure" in the 1990s.

Tedeschi has also had a successful career as a film director, with her debut feature "It’s Easier for a Camel..." winning the Prix Spécial du Jury at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. The film was based on her own experiences growing up in a wealthy Italian family.

In addition to her film work, Tedeschi is known for her collaborations with French musician and composer Benjamin Biolay, whom she has worked with extensively on both film and music projects. She has also been a member of the Cannes Film Festival jury twice, in 2013 and 2016.

Throughout her career, Tedeschi has been recognized with numerous awards and nominations for her work in film, including a César Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Il est plus facile pour un chameau..." and a Silver Lion for Best Director at the 2013 Venice Film Festival for her film "Un château en Italie".

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Zazie (April 18, 1964 Boulogne-Billancourt-) a.k.a. ザジ, Isabelle de Truchis de Varennes, Isabelle Marie Anne de Truchis de Varenne or Isabelle Marie Anne de Truchis de Varennes is a French singer, actor and composer.

She is best known for hits such as "Je Veux" and "On ira", which blend elements of jazz, soul, and French chanson. Zazie has sold over 10 million records worldwide, and has been nominated for numerous awards such as the Victoires de la Musique and NRJ Music Award. In addition to her music career, Zazie has also appeared in several films and television shows, including "J'embrasse pas" and "Le petit prince a dit". She has also collaborated with other notable French artists such as Pascal Obispo and Axel Bauer.

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Emmanuelle Devos

Emmanuelle Devos (May 10, 1964 Puteaux-) is a French actor.

She comes from a family of actors and filmmakers. Devos began her acting career in the mid-1980s, mainly working in French theater productions. She made her film debut in 1991 with the movie "La Vie des morts". Devos became known for her roles in independent films and art-house movies, including "La Moustache", "Read My Lips", and "Kings and Queen". Devos has won numerous awards for her performances, including a César Award for Best Actress for her role in "Sur mes lèvres". In addition to her work in movies and theater, she has also appeared in several French TV series. Devos is regarded as one of the most talented French actresses of her generation.

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Lydie Denier

Lydie Denier (April 15, 1964 Saint-Nazaire-) a.k.a. Lydia Denier or Lydie Dernier is a French model, actor and artist.

She is best known for her roles in popular TV shows like Tarzan: The Epic Adventures, Silk Stalkings, and General Hospital. Born in Saint-Nazaire, France, Denier began her career in the entertainment industry as a model before transitioning to acting. In the 1980s, she appeared in various French and international films before moving to the United States in the 1990s to pursue a career in Hollywood.

Aside from her acting career, Denier is also a talented artist and has created artworks that have been featured in various galleries worldwide. She has also written several books and produced a documentary film about her experiences during the Gulf War. Beyond her career, she is an activist for animal rights and has dedicated herself to protecting endangered species through her philanthropic work.

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Agnès Jaoui

Agnès Jaoui (October 19, 1964 Antony-) otherwise known as Agnes Jaoui, Jaoui, Agnès or Jaoui Szenaristin is a French screenwriter, film director, singer and actor.

She was born in Antony, a southern suburb of Paris, France. Jaoui began her career in the entertainment industry as an actress, appearing in various French films and television shows such as "The Taste of Others" and "Let's Talk About the Rain". She eventually transitioned into screenwriting and directing, working on acclaimed films such as "The Taste of Others" and "Look at Me".

In addition to her work in film, Jaoui is also a talented singer and has released several albums. She has won numerous awards throughout her career, including the Best Screenplay award at the Cannes Film Festival and the César Award for Best Original Screenplay. Jaoui is known for her satirical and humorous approach to storytelling, often exploring themes of social class and relationships in her work.

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Muriel Mayette

Muriel Mayette (May 2, 1964 Paris-) is a French actor.

Mayette is best known for her work in theatre, having served as the director of the prestigious Comédie-Française from 2006 to 2014. Prior to this, she had an accomplished acting career in both theatre and film. Mayette has also worked as a theatre teacher at the French National Academy of Dramatic Arts. In addition to her artistic pursuits, she has been an advocate for cultural diversity and has served on various government cultural commissions. In 2013, Mayette was awarded the Order of Arts and Letters in recognition of her contributions to French culture.

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Valérie Lemercier

Valérie Lemercier (March 9, 1964 Dieppe-) also known as Valerie Lemercier, Lemercier, Valérie, Valérie Lermercier or Valerie Lermercier is a French actor, film director, screenwriter, singer and comedian.

She first gained popularity in the 1980s as a comedian on French television before transitioning to film. Lemercier has starred in numerous French films including "Palais Royal!" and "Fais-moi plaisir!". Aside from acting, she has also directed several films including "Avenue Montaigne" and "50 Is the New 30". In addition to her successful career in film, Lemercier is also a singer and has released several albums throughout her career. She has received numerous accolades for her work including a César Award for Best Supporting Actress in "Les Visiteurs".

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Marie Bunel

Marie Bunel (May 27, 1964 Champigny-sur-Marne-) a.k.a. Marie-Laurence Bunel, Marie-Laure Bunel, Marie Laurence Bunel or Marie-Laurence Nathalie Bunel-Gourdy is a French actor.

Marie Bunel studied drama at the Cours Florent in Paris and made her acting debut in 1985 in the film "Three Men and a Cradle." She has since appeared in numerous film, television, and stage productions in France and internationally. Some of her notable film roles include "The Accompanist," "The Horseman on the Roof," and "The Father of My Children." On stage, she has performed in productions of "Phèdre," "The Seagull," and "The Misanthrope," among others. She has also appeared in popular French television series such as "Maigret" and "Spiral." In addition to her acting work, Bunel has also directed several theater productions.

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Noémie Lvovsky

Noémie Lvovsky (December 14, 1964 Paris-) otherwise known as Noémie is a French actor, screenwriter and film director.

She began her career as an actress in the 1980s, appearing in several French films and television series. In the 1990s, she transitioned to screenwriting and directing, and has since become a prolific filmmaker in France. She has been nominated for and won numerous awards for her work, including the César Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film "Camille redouble" in 2013. She is also known for her collaborations with fellow French filmmaker Arnaud Desplechin, having co-written and acted in several of his films. Lvovsky is considered an influential figure in French cinema, known for her complex and nuanced portrayals of women and her innovative and experimental approach to structure and storytelling.

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Claire Nebout

Claire Nebout (May 20, 1964 Bourg-la-Reine-) is a French actor. Her child is called Diego Taddeï.

Claire Nebout began her acting career in 1983 with a small role in the film "Liberté, liberté chérie." She continued to work in French films, including "La Lectrice" and "Betty Blue." Nebout gained international attention for her role in the film "The Hairdresser's Husband," directed by Patrice Leconte. She has also appeared in television series, such as "Un Village Français" and "Les Cordier, juge et flic." In addition to acting, Nebout is also a performer and has released several albums. In 2013, she starred in the film "Les Rencontres d'après minuit," which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.

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Corinne Masiero

Corinne Masiero (February 3, 1964 Douai-) also known as Corinne Masiéro is a French actor.

She is best known for her role as the main character in the popular French TV series "Capitaine Marleau". Masiero started her acting career in the 1980s and has since appeared in numerous theatre productions, television series, and films. In addition to acting, she is also a director and screenwriter. Masiero has won several awards for her performances, including the Best Supporting Actress César Award in 2015 for the film "Discount". She is known for her unique style and often appears in public events in eccentric outfits. Masiero is also an activist for various causes, including feminism and LGBTQ rights.

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Marie Sara

Marie Sara (June 27, 1964 Boulogne-Billancourt-) is a French actor and torero.

She was born in a family of artists - her father was a painter, her mother was a sculptor, and her grandfather was a photographer. Despite her family's background in the arts, Marie Sara pursued her career in bullfighting starting at the age of 21. She became the first woman in France to receive a torero license in 1991.

Marie Sara has also worked as an actor, appearing in both French and international films, including "In the House" and "The Great Challenge." She has also made appearances on television and in theater productions.

As a torero, Marie Sara has competed in numerous bullfights and has received several awards for her performances. She has also become an advocate for animal rights and has spoken out against the mistreatment of animals in bullfighting.

In addition to her career in the arts and bullfighting, Marie Sara is also a mother of two and has authored a book titled "Ma Vie en Rose et Noir" (My Life in Pink and Black) which was published in 2011.

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Élise Tielrooy

Élise Tielrooy (January 11, 1964-) also known as Elise Tielrooy or Anne-Elise Tielrooy is a French actor.

She was born to a Dutch father and French mother in Paris, France. Tielrooy initially trained in dance, but ultimately turned her focus to acting. She first gained recognition for her work in French theater, including performances in productions of "Le Cid" and "Le Roi Lear."

Tielrooy transitioned to film and television in the 1990s and has since appeared in a number of popular French productions, including "Les Cordier, juge et flic," "Commissaire Moulin," and "Navarro." She has also appeared in English-language productions, such as "Poirot" and "Highlander: The Series."

In addition to her acting career, Tielrooy is also a trained voice-over artist and has lent her voice to a number of French-language versions of films and television shows.

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Yeardley Smith

Yeardley Smith (July 3, 1964 Paris-) also known as Martha Maria Yeardley Smith, Smith, Yeardley, Lisa Simpson, Yeardley Psycho Smith, Middle Seat/Stand-Up/Coach, Grave-Yeardley Smith, The Canker, Hoa, Yeardly Smith, The Dentist, Yowling Yeardley Smith, The Reaper, The Smith to Nowhere, The Lizard Queen, Scabby Yeardley Smith, Scudley Smith, Your Mom, The Artist F.K.A. Yeardley, Aeeiy Lmrdthys, CSI or Yard My Vaark is a French actor, painter, writer, voice actor and comedian.

Yeardley Smith is best known for her unforgettable voiceover role as Lisa Simpson on the popular animated sitcom, "The Simpsons." She has lent her voice to the character for over three decades and has won several awards for her portrayal of the beloved character. In addition to her voice acting career, Smith has also had a successful career in acting, appearing in several films, television series, and stage productions. She is also a talented painter who has exhibited her work in galleries around the world. Smith has also authored a children's book and has written and produced her own one-woman show. Smith is an active supporter of several charities, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation and PETA.

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