Catherine Deneuve Net Worth

Catherine Deneuve Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Catherine Fabienne Dorléac net worth is
$75 Million

Catherine Fabienne Dorléac Wiki Biography

Born Catherine Fabienne Dorléac on the 22nd October 1943 in Paris, France, she is an award-winning actress, best known to the world for such roles as Séverine Serizy / Belle de Jour in the drama film “Belle de Jour” (1967), then as Eliane in the romantic drama “Indochine” (1992), which earned her an Academy Award- nomination, and as Suzanne Pujol in the comedy film “Potiche” (2010), among many other differing appearances.

Have you ever wondered how rich Catherine Deneuve is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Deneuve’s net worth is as high as $75 million, earned mostly through her successful career in the entertainment industry as an actress, though she was also a model in her youth, and had success in music, which also added to her wealth. Her career started in the mid- ‘50s.

Catherine Deneuve Net Worth $75 Million

Catherine is the middle daughter of French actors Maurice Dorléac and Renée Simonot. Her older sister, Françoise, born in 1942 and passed away in 1967, was also an actress, and the two appeared together in the musical “The Young Girls of Rochefort” in 1967. Her younger sister, Sylvie also worked as an actress but without much success. Catherine also has an older maternal half-sister – Danielle – from her mother’s relationship with French stage and film actor Aimé Clariond, but Catherine’s father later adopted Daniele. Her parents are devout Christians, and sent Catherine to Catholic schools before she began her acting career.

She made her debut in the film “The Twilight Girls” in 1957, appearing with sister Sylvie, and then waited three years for her next film roles, as Catherine in the film “Ladies Man”, and Dany in the film “The Door Slams”, both in 1960. She came to prominence in 1963, when she was cast as Justine Morand, la vertu in the drama film “Vice and Virtue” in 1963, and the following year she starred in the musical “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg”, next to Non Castelnuovo and Anne Vernon. Three years later she was cast as prostitute Belle de Jour in the film of the same name, which earned her a BAFTA nomination. She drew attention to herself throughout the ‘60s and ’70s by appearing in such films as “Manon 70” (1968), “The April Fools” (1969), then the Academy Award- nominated drama “Tristana” (1970), “Hustle” in 1975 with Burt Reynolds, and “Beach House” (1977), among many others, all of which added to her wealth.

Little by little she was erasing her limits in the USA, making a great impact in the ‘80s on the Hollywood industry with such films as the horror “The Hunger” (1983) starring next to David Bowie and Susan Sarandon, and “Scene of the Crime” in 1986. In 1992 she had one of her most prominent roles, as Eliane in the romantic drama “Indochine”, in which she starred with Vincent Perez and Linh Dan Pham and the following year portrayed Emilie in the romantic drama “My Favorite Season”, while in 1996 she was the lead female star in the crime-drama “Thieves”.

She started the ‘2000s with the lead role in Lars Von Trier’s musical drama “Dancer in the Dark” (2000), with Björk and David Morse, receiving a Golden Satellite Award- nomination in the category Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role – Drama, and in 2002 was one of the eight lead roles in the comedy-crime film “8 femmes”, next to Fanny Ardant, Emmanuelle Béart, and Danielle Darrieux. Two years later she portrayed Cécile in the romantic drama “Changing Times“, next to Gérard Depardieu, which also added to her wealth, and then in 2009 had the lead role in the drama film “The Girl on the Train”. She continued to work as an actress into the 2010s, and in the most recent decade, Catherine had success with such films as “Potiche” (2010, “Beloved” (2011), “Lines of Wellington” (2012), then “In the Courtyard” (2014), and “3 Hearts”, also in 2014, while most recently she portrayed Martine in the Golden Globe Award- nominated comedy fantasy “The Brand New Testament” (2015). Catherine now works on several films, including “Tout nous sépare”, which will be released late in 2017, and “Mauvaises herbes”, “Le dernier vid-grenier de Claire Darling”, scheduled for release in 2018.

Aside from acting, Catherine is also a famed model; she posed nude for Playboy early in her career, in 1963 and 1965, and modeled a skincare line in 1992. In recent years, she was a part of a Louis Vuitton video campaign, called Connected Journeys, made to celebrate the launching of Tambour Horizon smartwatch brand. Furthermore, Catherine was used as the face of Marianne, a French symbol of liberty, in between 1985-1989, while in 1986 she launched a fragrance line, Deneuve, and has also designed shoes, glasses, greeting cards, and jewelry as well, which also added to her wealth.

Regarding her personal life, Catherine was married to director/producer David Bailey from 1965 until 1972. She has two children, one with screenwriter/ director Roger Vadim, born in 1963, and one with Marcello Mastroianni, an actor, born in 1972.

Catherine is well known for her philanthropic activities; she was a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for the Safeguarding of Film Heritage in between 1994 to 2003, then she is a part of Children Action, Oprhelins Roumains, Children of Africa, and Reporters Without Borders organizations, and has supported a number of charities that put all effort in finding cure for AIDS and cancer.

Also, all the profit she earned from representing Marianne she gave to Amnesty International. These are a few of Catherine’s philanthropic activities, as she remains active in the community until the present day.

Full NameCatherine Deneuve
Net Worth$75 Million
Date Of BirthOctober 22, 1943
Place Of BirthParis, France
Height5' 6" (1.68 m)
ProfessionActress, Soundtrack, Producer
SpouseDavid Bailey
ChildrenChiara Mastroianni, Christian Vadim
ParentsRenée Deneuve, Maurice Dorléac
SiblingsFrançoise Dorléac, Sylvie Dorléac, Danielle Clariond
AwardsCésar Award for Best Actress, European Film Academy Lifetime Achievement Award, European Film Award for Best Actress, Volpi Cup for Best Actress, David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress, Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Achievement, Bambi - International Film, Golden Orange Lifetime Achieve...
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Actress, César Award for Best Supporting Actress, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Drama
MoviesBeauty of the Day, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Repulsion, The Last Metro, Potiche, The Hunger, Indochine, 8 Women, A Christmas Tale, Dancer in the Dark, Tristana, The Young Girls of Rochefort, My Favorite Season, Standing Tall, On My Way, Donkey Skin, Mississippi Mermaid, The April Fools, Pola X, In...
Elle s'en va (2013)€300 000
Astérix & Obélix: Au service de sa Majesté (2012)€300 000
Les bien-aimés (2011)€300,000
Les yeux de sa mère (2011)€300,000
L'homme qui voulait vivre sa vie (2010)€250,000
Potiche (2010)€250,000
Le concile de pierre (2006)215,000 euros
Princesse Marie (2004)610.000 euros
Nip/Tuck (2003)$40 .000
8 femmes (2002)457,000 euros + 9% of the gross
Est - Ouest (1999)274.000 euros
Le temps retrouvé, d'après l'oeuvre de Marcel Proust (1999)305,000 euros
Pola X (1999)274.000 euros
Belle maman (1999)610,000 euros
Le vent de la nuit (1999)381.000 euros
Place Vendôme (1998)480.000 euros
Indochine (1992)FRF2,700,000
1[to Russian news agency TASS, November 2016] I would like to live here for several months and act in a film, as being a tourist one can discover practically nothing about the country, but when one works here, he or she learns a lot. In fact, everything depends not so much on the producer as on the story itself. I am French, I don't speak Russian, that is why a story must be found where I could play a role being a foreigner. This should be the script that would intrinsically fit within my character. As for producers, I like very much films of Andrey Zvyagintsev, but it he doesn't have a suitable scenario, nothing is going to work out.
2Men don't understand that there are things that can only be shared with a woman. Disappointment shuts off my life flow. It is a physical thing. I feel it in my body. I can hurt people badly when I'm down, like a wounded animal. So I must be alone. Oh, not completely alone, that would be too frightening, but with a woman friend who will sit there in the silent room with me.
3My relationships have never really lasted very long. I suppose there is something within me that is not right for that way of life.
4I've had one motto which I've always lived by: dignity, always dignity.
5[The Sunday Times, February 2006] You know, a doctor said something nice to me the other day, that the reason French people are the biggest consumers of sleeping pills and antidepressants is not because they give out more, but because the sensibility is different here. Maybe we don't try to fool ourselves. The problem with Prozac is that it has become a caricature, but when things become so much of a problem that you can't work any more, it's...
6I rely on my instinct - what I have done is based on it.
7We are not prepared for death. I was raised a Catholic but they cheat you. They tell you morbid preachments about death but nothing that you can deal with when it happens. Other religions do it better; the Chinese, the Indians. All that dear departed stuff, the heavy scene in church on the day of interment. My sister was a beautiful woman, my closest friend, my true love. Instead of sex education in the schools, they should give a course in death education. In living you find out about sex - but dying, how do you find out about that?
8I am an actress, so I must live in a mirror... a goldfish bowl. Sometimes I run away to be completely by myself like a hermit. Other times, I read about my every move and date in the papers. It is one extreme or the other; this is not an ordinary life. Then there is my beauty, which is often a nuisance. So many men cannot treat me like an ordinary person. So often they act drunk; they hold too many doors and won't let me do anything for myself or they help me with packages when I don't want help. I also have to become suspicious whenever a man expresses any kind of interest in me. Usually he wants me for something... if not sex or a date, then an interview or a favor or a job or to introduce him to someone. Or to be seen with me. I receive letters from famous or rich men who say they will make a deal with me if I go out with them, to help them get publicity for their own purposes. I never agree to this. My professional life is commercial, and the commercial intrudes into my private life, but I will not willingly make my personal life commercial, too. I believe in the sincerity of the emotions. After all, what else if left if we take them away or put a price on them?
9For a woman, I'm quite masculine, you know, in the relations I have toward people, men. All of them, I don't make much difference. And I think it's the way I'm quite straightforward, you know, and he can love me as a man. I understood what he meant, you know, because he has a very feminine quality and I have a masculine quality. I don't try to charm, I have quite strong and straight relations with people. In film it's different. In films you are a character and woman.
10Now that people know nothing about my private life, they start guessing: is there still a man in her life and who is he then? When they see me two or three times with a female friend they say: we've always known that. Well, they can enjoy it to their heart's content, when they see me in 8 femmes (2002) with Fanny Ardant!
11The relationship I had with Susan Sarandon was very good, and I think something came out of it onto the screen. You can tell. There was something very natural between us. She is a very warm lady. It was a very long shoot, and neither of us was in our own countries, so we spent a lot of time together. Afterward, we saw each other and wrote to each other. We have a bond. I have a picture of her children in my home. She is always in my mind and heart. Also I think the scene we did was very sophisticated and good-looking. I think it was a very idealistic image of women together, a very good thing to have on film for homosexuality.
12There are many female columnists and women in general who hate me through jealousy. It is strange, because if they knew my looks make me no happier than anyone else, perhaps we could be friends.
13Le dernier métro (1980) is the top of everything in my career. Not only is it a performance I am proud of but it is the best film I have been in. I am very proud to be in that film. (Interview with The Christian Science Monitor, 3/26/81)
14[The Advocate, July 1995] I cannot imagine having a physical relationship with a woman. I have not done that. But I really love women. I have a very strong relationship with a woman that I have known for a long time. I knew her for some time before I knew that she was a lesbian, but that never changed anything about my relationship with her.
15[Life Magazine, January 1969] I don't feel young anymore. So much happened to me between the ages of 17 and 22. I'm 25. It bears something definite about it. A quarter of a century. What frightens me is to find myself, all of a sudden, with life leaking through my fingers. I used to go out a lot. I used to love the night, to dance and see lots of people. Now I can no longer do it. I'm afraid of the night. I have such anguishes, such moments of distress when the day turns into night, and deep at night, also. What I love best is my house; it's where I feel most protected. I love having a few friends for dinner and cooking a special dinner for them. I can no longer be with strangers. If I stay in a hotel, I always prefer a room to a suite to avoid having strangers around.
16In The Hunger (1983) it was apparently so astonishing that I played a vampire that only that aspect was commented, not that I seduced Susan Sarandon. Although, in America I heard that "The Hunger" is a cult movie now. I thought that was because of David Bowie, the incarnation of cult, but it was because of Susan and me. Well, I have to disappoint you all: our scene is shot with body doubles. On the premiere we saw shots we knew nothing of. Susan and I were used to doing nude shots, there was no reason to assume that we would refuse that scene if we were convinced of the need for it. It would have looked less rancid. Our face was not shown, there were no gentle gestures, it was just a clumsy fiddling of bodies with no sensuality.
17[on Brigitte Bardot] I saw extracts of her book: they were the most horrible things you can possibly read. Imagine writing that you wanted to get rid of your baby son, as she did. Not being a good mother is her problem, but making it public like that... It could have been a very human piece of writing, but in her case it was just harsh and inhuman. I know her a little and she's a strange human being. She's very childish. She loves animals, because loving animals is very easy, but emotionally, I think she has a big problem. She's like someone who never grew up. I don't consider myself to be a grown-up person but I'm more interested in people than in animals. And I think that if you are involved as much as she is with animals, then there is something strange about your dealings with the human race. She's like a sauce which has curdled. There is nothing you can do. There is no hope.
18Sometimes actresses have to worry about falling in love with bisexuals. It can be a problem, because some develop and attachment to a man who is more interested in men but wants to use her as... une barbe, how do you say, a beard... especially if the actress is popular. I am not at all prejudiced about anyone who is different, since I feel I myself am different, but one thing I do not want is to fall in love with a homosexual - or even a bisexual. This man, for me, must like women only. Otherwise, I am not comfortable in bed with him.
19I'm extremely shy. I could never empty my handbag in front of anyone. I find it so excruciating to play nude scenes. For Belle de Jour (1967), in the most difficult scenes, to overcome my modesty I had to take a few strong drinks. One must always help oneself to reach where one must go. I got there I hope, but it was hell. I don't even run around naked in my own house very much. I don't think there are many actresses to whom nude, very explicit physical love scenes come easy. There's a simple reason for female reluctance. Clothes are like a new virginity, but, above all, not that many women are proud of their nude bodies.
20When it comes to falling in love, experience doesn't help you in any way.
21I couldn't do justice to the image media gave to me, by the way. Sometimes it's frustrating that people face me prejudiced. Especially in the beginning I feel a distance. But once people become acquainted closer with me, they are relieved in general.
22[on female directors] I hope there is a difference between men and women. You don't think of it when you work. A man is supposed to be stronger, to be more tough, than a woman, but in the case of Emmanuelle Bercot, it's not that at all.
23I'm not interested in giving more of myself than I've done. I've no desire to be more public. I'm not interested in talking about the past, because if you are still working, doing things, you have to look forward. You have to look for things, read things. Of course in my private life, I do look at the past.
24I am a contradiction. I am impetuous. I go for what I want. I cannot wait to test the waters, I throw myself in. That's how I became a mother. I wanted those two children from those two men. Marriage, fatherhood, all that was a secondary consideration. I was only seventeen when I was with Roger Vadim. I was so in love with him. He was the first man I had loved. I wanted a child from that love. I needed to have that child. Roger didn't want to marry me, not when I was pregnant. But it never even crossed my mind not to have that child. It was natural and beautiful and important to me to have that baby. Then, after he was born, Roger wanted to marry but I rejected him. It was too late. Something important had gone out of it.
25[differentiating her children's fathers] I raised my son, but we raised our daughter.
26[on director Luis Buñuel]: Bunuel didn't like to talk too much. It would physically tire him. But we had a mute understanding.
27I could never have been a model in the way actresses today are expected to be; I was never thin enough. I love a wonderful meal at the end the day and a good burgundy. I try to be careful but I am not American - I am not always worrying about calories and working out.
28I like men who have a light spirit. It's okay to be serious about your work but in everyday life it's difficult to find men who are very alive and positive. In life I like people who are cheerful.
29[on smoking] It's great. I'm not proud of it, but I'm not ashamed of it either. It's getting harder and harder in Europe. I light up from time to time, and that's when everyone flashes a camera at me. Those are the only shots anyone ever wants to use. So i'm described as an inveterate smoker.
30I think the best decade of my life was between 40 and 50. Forty was the turning point for me as an actress.
31I am a feminist through experience not choice. I was a feminist from a very early age because I am from a family of women, so it comes naturally to me. Over the years I have been involved with various causes for women.
32[May 2012] My mother turned 100 this year. She lives alone in Paris; very independent but near to me, and she is quite incredible. She has a very good head; she still plays bridge, she still wins. Longevity may be in my genes but I don't know if I will live to be 100 because I have not had the same lifestyle as my mother - she never smoked. It may be different for me.
33Why should I go to the States to do a film I wouldn't consider in Europe, just because it's English-speaking?
34Hollywood was already changing when I went there in 1968. I love American directors. I would love to work for Francis Ford Coppola or Martin Scorsese. But they don't need European actresses.
35I am shocked when people talk about me and sum me up as: blonde, cold, and solemn. People will cling on to whatever reinforces their own assumptions about a person.
36I do prefer to start without any intention at all, rather than arrive with my own idea. I am incapable of deciding what a character is. At the same time, from the moment I have accepted the part and read the script, I know that things will circle in my mind. It won't happen all the time but nor will it ever stop entirely. But I am not obsessed, I don't have any trouble getting out of character, at night. I am always happy when filming and I am always happy to leave at night - it's true that there is always a kind of a nervous fatigue. Which I know is hidden away somewhere during the shoot. There are some things that fall into place without me doing anything. I know that now.
37I was supposed to make a film with [Alfred Hitchcock]. It was set up north too, just like the Torn Curtain (1966). It was going to be a spy story. At the time it was still only a synopsis. I had lunch with him in Paris and he died some months later. I would have loved to work with him.
38[on director Michael Mann] I watched Miami Vice (2006) again. I hadn't really liked it the first time round. But even so, it's a whole other way of filming, it's fascinating. There is a force, an incredible energy to it. His films are very long, but there are no gratuitous shots. When he decides to film the nape of an actor's neck, there is a real tension. It's there, it's not at all . . . an effect. It's surprising. He makes you feel the weight of things. -- Filmcomment, November 2008
39I am incapable of working by myself without a director, without someone to coach me. But that doesn't tally at all with my idea of what a film character should be. I have to soak in what will happen on set, that day, the location, the light... I need to know what happens before in the story. To me, that is the most important thing: to relate to a character in relation to where we are in the film. Maybe it also has to do with the fact that I have never done any real character parts. Even with Tristana, which required a bit of character acting. But Luis Buñuel and I would talk off set, we had dinner together. The same is true of André Téchiné. We meet up but we always wind up talking about something else. And even though we have ended up talking about something unrelated, something useful has still come out of it. We have a conversation about something else but, at the same time, we are aware of what surrounds us, why we are here-the questions are very present in our head. But it is never straightforward. No, it is never straightforward.
40When we are filming, I can concentrate very quickly, but it does tire me out. It throws me into such a state! A trance-like state. So, what I need is either a trick for a calm type of trance or a sleepwalking trick.
41My relationship to character is made up of mental things that you should not put words to. To do so would be immodest. The most decisive moment of my work around a character happens as we are shooting. That moment is so tense, so exhausting that once it is over, I need fire doors between the set and me. Back in my dressing room or in the hotel, I shut myself off, because the state I am in on set is too exhausting.
42[in 2008] I find cinema still very interesting. For me, to see a film, and to see a film and to be shown a story with actors that I like or actors that I don't know, it's always a discovery. I'm a great fan of films and I still go to see films in theaters. Even when I'm working, I try to see films. It's a desire, and it's something very important in my life. It's still something that I'm looking for, you know? It's like listening to music - it's part of my life.
43[on Jean-Louis Trintignant] I adore working with him. He's so generous, he doesn't play only for himself, but for his partner. He's also concerned with everyone on a set. That's why the technicians have great respect and tenderness for him.
44[on Gene Kelly] It was mostly an aura about him. For me he was Hollywood. The way I'd imagined it as a child.
45What I don't like is close-ups, unless the actor is in the camera with me. I have to feel his presence. If I have to feel the presence of the camera before my partner's, it's very difficult. I love to do very long and complicated scenes. I like to have this impression that we are all working together, where you can see all the technicians and everybody is really doing the same thing at the same time. With close-ups, of course you have the crew there, but most of them are just around and it doesn't involve that many people.
46Interviews are written by someone else - the journalist makes the decision to add or take things away and I couldn't recognize my voice, or anything of myself in that.
47Interestingly, people who have come to visit me on set - which I don't like - they're very surprised and say that I'm not the person they know. I'm not available to them, I cannot go off with them, I cannot get involved in their conversations, so they get the impression that they're seeing someone else. I tell them, yes, I do love to see them after a shoot, but during the shoot, I am with the people I work with. They ask, how can I stand being on a set waiting for so long, and that it must be so boring. And I have to explain that to wait, for an actor, is not at all like someone who's waiting to see the doctor. It's not the kind of wait where you get bored. Even if I try to think about something else while I'm waiting, I am living with the film, with the scene. But I do often feel tired during the day, and I'm lucky because I can go to sleep very easily, for even 10 to 15 minutes, even if I'm in costume or under a wig, so I do.
48I'm not always the nicest person to meet, because I forget very easily that I'm an actress when I'm not working. I live very normally, I go out with my friends, we go to the movies, I queue, we go to restaurants. Then if something happens to remind me that I'm an actress then I become a little different and things become a little heavy. I like the advantages; I know it's not right but I like being famous when it's convenient for me and completely anonymous when it's not.
49I like to be directed, it's true. If I didn't like that, I'd do something else. Being an actor means being an instrument for someone else.
50[on her looks] I know that if I didn't look the way I looked, I would never have started in films. That, I remember, and I know I have to accept it.
51I find sometimes that it's more difficult to do very simple, low-key films, like I've done with André Téchiné. Sometimes, at the end of a shoot with him, I feel very down, like I'm leaving something because these are low-key but novel characters. But when you do films like Repulsion (1965) or musicals, where you have to play someone so far away from yourself, what I do is I come in the morning and get involved in the character, but I'm always very pleased to leave it at night and have my life. No, I don't live that much with the character. I find it hard enough having to spend so many hours with the character during the day. Because you don't act all the time and you spend a long time waiting, but you still have to support this character all day long.
52Directors have to push me because I never start [high] and then need to be pushed down; I have to be pushed up. Not all the time, but often.
53But that's what I like about film - it can be bizarre, classic, normal, romantic. Cinema is to me the most versatile thing.
54But being a film actor is very different from, say, a theater actor. You get involved with a character after spending a long time waiting, and this demands a lot of energy and concentration. So I am very involved with the character, but I have to leave it as soon as it's finished. And also, you always have to be at the right level when it's time to shoot, which is not always the best time for the actor. Sometimes, if you're shooting a complicated scene, you have to stay in a position and wait for the technician to do his job, and then you have to be where you're supposed to be, right on the spot. You don't rehearse all that much on films. If I think of the amount of time I spend on set compared with the time spent shooting, it's ridiculously short.
55A star remains pinned on a wall in the public imagination.
56To work is a noble art.
57I don't see any reason for marriage when there is divorce.
58I'm lucky. I'm getting older with some directors who are getting older.
59People who know me know I'm strong, but I'm vulnerable.
1Was the 4th French actress (out of 7) to be nominated for an Academy Award for a French-language performance. The others in chronological order are Anouk Aimée, Isabelle Adjani, Marie-Christine Barrault, Marion Cotillard, Emmanuelle Riva and Isabelle Huppert.
2Her first boyfriend went to war in Algeria.
3Intensely private about her personal life and has not been publicly linked with anyone since splitting from Pierre Lescure in 1991. Spring 2000 gossip reports claimed her beau was a 25-year-old technician she'd met on a recent film, but no writers seemed to know his name.
4Has a tribal tattoo on the back of her neck.
5Is wary about tributes and career achievement honors, believing they tend to represent "something very final".
6Put her countryside estate Château de Primard in Normandy on the market for £3,990,000. [June 2014]
7Received the European Film Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award. [December 2013]
8A fan of actresses Cate Blanchett, Cameron Diaz, Kristen Stewart and Kate Winslet.
9Attended Catholic schools up to the age of twelve.
10Her interests include gardening, drawing, photography, reading, music, cinema, fashion, antiques and decoration.
11Recipient of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Chaplin Award. [April 2012]
12Used hypnotherapy to quit a three-packs-a-day smoking habit in 1985. Started again in 1996.
13Parodied by Nora Dunn on Saturday Night Live (1975).
14As of 2016, she has starred in 11 films that were screened in the official competition of the Cannes Film Festival. Her last film in competition was A Christmas Tale (2008) in 2008.
15As of 2017, she has 14 César Awards nominations; 13 nominations for Best Actress and one for Best Supporting Actress. She won twice; in 1981 and 1993. She's the second-most nominated actress, only behind Isabelle Huppert, with 16 nominations.
16Is one of 13 French actresses to have received an Academy Award nomination. The others in chronological order are: Claudette Colbert, Colette Marchand, Leslie Caron, Simone Signoret, Anouk Aimée, Isabelle Adjani, Marie-Christine Barrault, Juliette Binoche, Marion Cotillard, Bérénice Bejo, Emmanuelle Riva and Isabelle Huppert.
17Drives an Audi.
18In early life she had aspirations to be an interior designer or an archaeologist.
191995: Sued the San Francisco-based lesbian magazine "Deneuve", contending trademark infringement among other things. The magazine's title was changed to Curve.
20Was a contender for the role of Lillian Morelli in Bobby Deerfield (1977), which went to Marthe Keller.
21Considered for the role of Madame Maxime on Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005), but role went to Frances de la Tour.
22She was awarded a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars on January 18, 2000.
23Her performance as Séverine Sérizy in Belle de Jour (1967) is ranked #59 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time.
24Received the Honorary Award at the San Luis Cine International Festival. [November 2007]
25Cohabited with Hugh Johnson, a longtime associate of the Scott brothers who worked as a cameraman on The Hunger (1983).
26President of the Official Competition jury at the 63rd Venice International Film Festival. [2006]
27At one point, was interested in starring in a screen adaptation of Anna Karenina.
28Refused a supporting role in Basic Instinct 2 (2006), which went to Charlotte Rampling.
29Refused the role of Bond girl Tracy DiVicenzo in On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), which went to Diana Rigg.
30Auditioned for the role of Francesca Johnson in The Bridges of Madison County (1995), which instead went to Meryl Streep.
31Would have starred in a movie version of Ronald Kirkbride's novel "The Short Night" for Alfred Hitchcock, but the project was canceled during early pre-production stages in 1979 due to Hitchcock's declining health (he died the following year).
32Refused the role of Caterine Vauban in I Heart Huckabees (2004), which went to Isabelle Huppert.
33Has five grandchildren: Igor (b. September 18, 1987) from son Christian Vadim and ex-girlfriend Hortense Divetain; Milo (b. December 31, 1996) from daughter Chiara Mastroianni and ex-boyfriend Pierre Thoretton; Anna (b. April 22, 2003) from Chiara and ex-husband Benjamin Biolay; Lou (b. April 5, 2010) and Mona (b. January 2012) from Christian and longtime girlfriend Julia Livage.
34As of the 5th edition of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die (edited by Steven Jay Schneider), she ties, with Mae Marsh (most of whose performances amount to cameos), as the most represented actress with 7 films. Included are the Deneuve films The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964), Repulsion (1965), The Young Girls of Rochefort (1967), Belle de Jour (1967), Tristana (1970), Le dernier métro (1980) and Dancer in the Dark (2000).
35Juan Antonio Canta sings a song called "Catherine Deneuve".
36Song "Catherine Deneuve and the Deus ex machina" is sung by band Kelly and the Kellygirls.
37"Me and Catherine Deneuve Split up" is a song by Eton Crop.
38Guest of Belgrade Film Festival. [2005]
39She and Marcello Mastroianni made five movies together: One Hundred and One Nights (1995), Liza (1972), Don't Touch the White Woman! (1974), It Only Happens to Others (1971), and L'événement le plus important depuis que l'homme a marché sur la lune (1973).
40Former spokesmodel for Chanel No. 5.
41Is involved with Amnesty International's program to abolish the death penalty.
42Member of the international jury of the Shangaï Television Festival. [1988]
43Published a collection of diaries, "A l'ombre de moi-meme" (In my shadow). [April 2004]
44Designer of glasses, shoes, jewelry, and greetings cards.
45Sang duets with Bernadette Lafont, Gérard Depardieu, Malcolm McLaren, Joe Cocker and Alain Souchon. In 1981, she released an album with songs of Serge Gainsbourg.
46Lived with Pierre Lescure from 1984 to 1991.
47Her role in Mississippi Mermaid (1969) was played by Angelina Jolie in Original Sin (2001), the American remake of the movie.
48Ex-mother-in-law of singer Benjamin Biolay.
49Vice President of the Official Competition jury at the Cannes Film Festival. [May 1994]
50Marilyn Monroe is her favorite actress, and The Misfits (1961) is her favorite movie starring Marilyn.
51She speaks fluent French, Italian and English as well as semi-fluent German.
52Has a brand of perfume named after her.
53Was once fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent's muse, who dressed her for the films Belle de Jour (1967), Heartbeat (1968), Mississippi Mermaid (1969), and Un Flic (1972).
54Festival tribute at the Créteil International Women's Film Festival, France. [1994]
55Has never performed in the theatre due to stage fright.
56She liked Breaking the Waves (1996) by Lars von Trier so much that she wrote a personal letter to him, asking him for a role in a film of his. The result of this is her part in Dancer in the Dark (2000).
57Sister of Sylvie Dorléac and Françoise Dorléac. Maternal half-sister of Danielle Dorléac, who was adopted by her stepfather and took his surname.
58Catherine is the second of three daughters born to the French actors Maurice Dorléac and Renée Deneuve (whose name she uses).
59Gave birth to her second child at age 28, a daughter Chiara Mastroianni on May 28, 1972. Father is Marcello Mastroianni.
60Gave birth to her first child at age 19, a son Christian Vadim on June 18, 1963. Father is Roger Vadim.
61Ranked #89 in Empire (UK) magazine's "Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
62An archetype for Gallic beauty, her image was used to represent Marianne, the national symbol of France, from 1985 to 1989.
63Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#38). [1995]


Casotto1977La donna del sogno
March or Die1977Simone Picard
Anima persa1977Sofia Stolz
Si c'était à refaire1976Catherine Berger
Hustle1975Nicole Britton
Le sauvage1975Nelly
La femme aux bottes rouges1974Françoise LeRoi
The Murri Affair1974Linda Murri Bonmartini
Don't Touch the White Woman!1974Marie-Hélène de Boismonfrais
L'événement le plus important depuis que l'homme a marché sur la lune1973Irène de Fontenoy
Un Flic1972Cathy
It Only Happens to Others1971Catherine
Donkey Skin1970La princesse / La reine bleue
Tout peut arriver1969Catherine, l'actrice (uncredited)
Mississippi Mermaid1969Julie Roussel Marion Vergano
The April Fools1969Catherine Gunther
Mayerling1968Maria Vetsera
Manon 701968Manon
The Diary of an Innocent Boy1968Anne de Clécy
Belle de Jour1967Séverine Serizy Belle de Jour
The Young Girls of Rochefort1967Delphine Garnier
The Creatures1966Mylène
A Matter of Resistance1966Marie
Le chant du monde1965Clara
Das Liebeskarussell1965Angela Claasen
Les petits chats1965
La costanza della ragione1964Lori
Male Companion1964Isabelle
Male Hunt1964Denise Heurtin
Les plus belles escroqueries du monde1964Swindler (segment "L'homme qui vendit la Tour Eiffel")
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg1964Geneviève Emery
Vacances portugaises1963Catherine
Le vice et la vertu1963Justine Morand, la vertu
Et Satan conduit le bal1962Manuelle
Ça c'est la vie1962Short
Tales of Paris1962Sophie (segment "Sophie")
Les portes claquent1960Dany
L'homme à femmes1960Catherine
Les collégiennes1957Une petite collégienne (as Catherine Dorléac)
Le dernier vide-grenier de Claire Darling2018filming
Mauvaises herbes2018pre-productionMonique
Tout nous sépare2017post-production
Bonne Pomme2017post-productionBarbara
Belle à croquer2017ShortL'ange
Sage femme2017Béatrice Sobo dite Sobolevski
Le cancre2016Marguerite
Le tout nouveau testament2015Martine
La tête haute2015La juge des enfants Florence Blaque
3 coeurs2014Madame Berger
L'homme qu'on aimait trop2014Renée Le Roux
Dans la cour2014Mathilde
Elle s'en va2013Bettie
Astérix and Obélix: God Save Britannia2012Reine Cordelia
As Linhas de Torres Vedras2012TV Mini-SeriesSeverina
Linhas de Wellington2012Severina
O Theos agapaei to haviari2012Empress Catherine II of Russia
Les yeux de sa mère2011Lena Weber
Potiche2010Suzanne Pujol
L'homme qui voulait vivre sa vie2010Anne
Hidden Diary2009Martine
Park Benches2009La cliente à la petite armoire
The Girl on the Train2009Louise
Cyprien2009Vivianne Wagner
Mes stars et moi2008Solange Duvivier
Je veux voir2008L'actrice célèbre
A Christmas Tale2008Junon Vuillard
Frühstück mit einer Unbekannten2007TV MovieElegante Dame
Persepolis2007Mom (French, English version, voice)
Après lui2007Camille
Le héros de la famille2006Alice Mirmont
Nip/Tuck2006TV SeriesDiana Lubey
Le concile de pierre2006Sybille Weber
Palais royal!2005Eugénia
Changing Times2004Cécile
Kings & Queen2004Mme Vasset
Princesse Marie2004TV MovieMarie Bonaparte
Um Filme Falado2003Delfina
Dangerous Liaisons2003TV Mini-SeriesMarquise Isabelle de Merteuil
Au plus près du paradis2002Fanette
8 femmes2002Gaby
Le petit poucet2001La reine
The Musketeer2001The Queen
Absolument fabuleux2001Une spectatrice du défilé
Je rentre à la maison2001Marguerite
Dancer in the Dark2000Kathy
Est - Ouest1999Gabrielle Develay
Marcel Proust's Time Regained1999Odette de Crecy
Pola X1999Marie
Belle maman1999Léa
Le vent de la nuit1999Hélène
Place Vendôme1998Marianne Malivert
Sans titre1997/IShort
Généalogies d'un crime1997Jeanne / Solange
Court toujours: L'inconnu1996TV ShortMarianne
Thieves1996Marie Leblanc
The Convent1995Hélène
One Hundred and One Nights1995La star-fantasme
La partie d'échecs1994Marquise
Ma saison préférée1993Emilie
La reine blanche1991Liliane Ripoche
Drôle d'endroit pour une rencontre1988France
Fréquence meurtre1988Jeanne Quester
Agent trouble1987Amanda Weber
Scene of the Crime1986Lili Ravenel
Speriamo che sia femmina1986Claudia
Paroles et musique1984Margaux
Fort Saganne1984Louise
Le bon plaisir1984Claire Després
The Hunger1983Miriam Blaylock
Le choc1982Claire
Hôtel des Amériques1981Hélène
Choice of Arms1981Nicole Durieux
Je vous aime1980Alice
Le dernier métro1980Marion Steiner
Écoute voir...1979Claude Alphand
Courage fuyons1979Eva
À nous deux1979Françoise
Ils sont grands, ces petits1979Louise Mouchin
L'argent des autres1978Cécile Rainier


Beloved2011performer: "Tout Est Si Calme", "Une Fille Legere", "Je Ne Peux Vivre Sans T Aimer"
Potiche2010performer: "C'est beau la vie", "C'est Beau la Vie"
Le héros de la famille2006performer: "Ho capito che ti amo"
8 femmes2002performer: "Toi jamais" You Never
Dancer in the Dark2000performer: "Cvalda", "My Favourite Things"
Belle maman1999performer: "Marcia Baila", "Joyeux anniversaire Maman"
Ma saison préférée1993performer: "Les Trappeurs De L'Alaska"
Je vous aime1980performer: "Dieu fumeur de Havanes"
Courage fuyons1979performer: "Lady from Amsterdam"
Zig-Zag1975performer: "Zig Zig", "Cette étoile, mon étoile"
The Young Girls of Rochefort1967performer: "Chanson Des Jumelles", "De Delphine à Lancien", "Chanson De Delphine", "De Hambourg à Rochefort", "Les Rencontres", "Chanson D'un Jour D'été", "Toujours, Jamais" - uncredited


Drôle d'endroit pour une rencontre1988producer
Zig-Zag1975producer - uncredited


Saint Laurent2014the director wishes to thank
David Bailey: Four Beats to the Bar and No Cheating2010Video documentary special thanks
De Serge Gainsbourg à Gainsbarre de 1958 - 19911994Video documentary thanks


20 heures le journal2004-2017TV SeriesHerself
Quotidien2017TV SeriesHerself
Take the Boat2015Documentary
Charlie Rose1995-2014TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Días de cine1995-2014TV SeriesHerself
The 2013 European Film Awards2013TV SpecialHerself - Winner European Film Academy Lifetime Achievement Award
Le petit journal2011-2013TV SeriesHerself
Gala de l'union1971-2013TV SeriesHerself / Herself - Host
Close Up2012DocumentaryHerself
Catherine Deneuve Rive Gauche2012Documentary shortHerself
34-y Moskovskiy mezhdunarodnyy kinofestival2012TV SpecialHerself
Cinema 31995-2011TV SeriesHerself
Wetten, dass..?1992-2011TV SeriesHerself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2011TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Empreintes2011TV Series documentaryHerself
La nuit des Césars1978-2011TV Series documentaryHerself / Herself - Winner: Best Leading Actress / Herself - La présidente des Césars / ...
Tetsuko no heya2011TV SeriesHerself
Lescure: Tôt ou tard2010TV SeriesHerself
Catherine Deneuve, belle et bien là2010TV Movie documentaryHerself
Bill Cunningham New York2010DocumentaryHerself
David Bailey: Four Beats to the Bar and No Cheating2010Video documentaryHerself
The Second Abu Dhabi Film Festival Awards2008TV SpecialHerself
Il était une fois...2008TV Series documentaryHerself
Ce soir (ou jamais!)2007TV SeriesHerself
Danielle Darrieux, une vie de cinéma2007TV MovieHerself
Marc Jacobs & Louis Vuitton2007TV Movie documentaryHerself
The 79th Annual Academy Awards2007TV SpecialHerself - Co-Presenter: Foreign-Language Films Montage
Caiga quien caiga2007TV SeriesHerself
Cómo conseguir un papel en Hollywood2007TV Movie documentaryHerself (uncredited)
Corazón de...2005-2006TV SeriesHerself
The 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards2006TV Movie documentaryHerself - Presenter
2005 Women's World Awards2005TV SpecialHerself
Histoire(s) d'Elle2005TV Movie documentary
L'hebdo cinéma2005TV Series documentaryHerself
Les enfants de la télé2005TV SeriesHerself
HARDtalk Extra2005TV SeriesHerself
Richard & Judy2005TV SeriesHerself
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross2005TV SeriesHerself
French Beauty2005TV Movie documentaryHerself
Les vacances de Noël2005Herself
Campus, le magazine de l'écrit2004TV Series documentaryHerself
Tage und Nächte in Paris2004TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Money Programme2004TV Series documentaryHerself
François Truffaut, une autobiographie2004TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Best of 'So Graham Norton'2004VideoHerself
20h10 pétantes2004TV SeriesHerself
Le génie français2003TV Series documentaryHerself - Host
Claude Berri, le dernier nabab2003TV Movie documentaryHerself
V Graham Norton2002TV SeriesHerself
La semaine du cinéma2002TV SeriesHerself
Les 13 vies du chat Lelouch2002TV Movie documentaryHerself
The 74th Annual Academy Awards2002TV SpecialHerself (taped)
Exclusif2002TV SeriesHerself
Yves Saint Laurent: 5 avenue Marceau 75116 Paris2002TV Movie documentaryHerself
Yves Saint Laurent: Le temps retrouvé2002TV Movie documentaryHerself (uncredited)
Mundo VIP2001TV SeriesHerself
Nuages: Lettres à mon fils2001DocumentaryNarrator (French language version) / Récitante
Choreography: Creating Vincent Paterson's Dance Sequences2000Video documentary shortHerself (uncredited)
Von Trier's 100 øjne2000DocumentaryHerself
Nulle part ailleurs2000TV SeriesHerself
Brigitte & Friends2000TV SeriesHerself
So Graham Norton2000TV SeriesHerself
The Book That Wrote Itself1999Herself
Bravo Profiles: The Entertainment Business1998TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself
100 films par 100 personnalités1998TV SeriesHerself
Pierre and Gilles, Love Stories1997DocumentaryHerself
Le journal de 20 heures1993-1997TV SeriesHerself
Les Enfoirés1997TV SeriesHerself
Elle s'appelait Françoise1996TV Movie documentaryHerself
Lo + plus1996TV SeriesHerself
L'avortement 19741996TV Movie documentaryHerself
Die Harald Schmidt Show1995TV SeriesHerself
Siskel & Ebert1995TV SeriesHerself
¿Qué apostamos?1995TV SeriesHerself
The World of Jacques Demy1995DocumentaryHerself
Cinéma, de notre temps1995TV Series documentaryHerself
Les demoiselles ont eu 25 ans1993DocumentaryHerself
The Dick Cavett Show1993TV SeriesHerself - Actress
Le cercle de minuit1993TV SeriesHerself
The 65th Annual Academy Awards1993TV SpecialHerself - Nominated: Best Actress in a Leading Role & Presenter: Best Costume Design
The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards1993TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
Momentos de Glória1993TV SeriesHerself (1993)
Querida Concha1992TV SeriesHerself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1992TV SeriesHerself
Primero izquierda1991TV SeriesHerself
Contre l'oubli1991Herself (segment "Pour Febe Elisabeth Velasquez, El Salvador")
Aspel & Company1991TV SeriesHerself
365 meres gennisi1991TV MovieHerself
Cinéma cinémas1984-1990TV Series documentaryHerself
La parada1990TV SeriesHerself
Helmut Newton: Frames from the Edge1989DocumentaryHerself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbara Stanwyck1987TV Special documentaryHerself (uncredited)
Hour Magazine1986TV SeriesHerself
Àngel Casas Show1986TV SeriesHerself
C'est encore mieux l'après-midi1986TV SeriesHerself
Champs-Elysées1984-1986TV SeriesHerself
Platine 451984TV SeriesHerself
Arena1984TV Series documentaryHerself
Mardi cinéma1983TV Series documentaryHerself
Ciné regards1981TV Series documentaryHerself
Numéro 11980-1981TV SeriesHerself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1981TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Stars1980TV SeriesHerself
Les nouveaux rendez-vous1980TV SeriesHerself
The Dick Cavett Show1979TV SeriesHerself - Actress
Les rendez-vous du dimanche1979TV SeriesHerself
Monsieur Cinéma1979TV SeriesHerself
L'homme en question1978TV SeriesHerself
V.I.P.-Schaukel1977TV Series documentaryHerself
Apropos Film1975TV Series documentaryHerself
Le dernier cri des Halles1973Short documentaryHerself
Omnibus1973TV Series documentaryHerself
Paris aktuell1970TV Series documentaryHerself
Vienna: The Years Remembered1968Documentary shortHerself (uncredited)
Pariser Journal1968TV Series documentaryHerself
Dim Dam Dom1966-1967TV SeriesHerself
Derrière l'écran1966TV SeriesHerself
Chroniques de France1966TV Series documentaryHerself - Segment 4
Grand écran1964TV Series documentaryHerself
Cinépanorama1962-1964TV Series documentaryHerself
4 fois D1964Documentary shortHerself
Les échos du cinéma1961TV Series shortHerself

Archive Footage

Nunca es tarde2017TV SeriesHerself
Vadim Mister Cool2016TV MovieHerself
Le grand show2016TV SeriesHerself
Cuéntame2016TV SeriesHerself
Personne ne bouge!2015TV Series documentaryHerself
Warren Beatty, une obsession hollywoodienne2015TV Movie documentaryHerself
Tellement Gay! Homosexualité et pop culture2015TV Mini-Series documentaryMiriam Blaylock
Ochéntame... otra vez2015TV Series documentaryHerself
François Truffaut l'insoumis2014TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Frame2013TV SeriesMiriam Blaylock
Arena2012TV Series documentary
Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir2011DocumentaryHerself
59 Festival de Cine de San Sebastián - Gala de clausura2011TV SpecialHerself
D'un film à l'autre2011DocumentaryHerself
Images de femmes ou Le corset social2011DocumentaryHerself
L'amour fou2010/IIDocumentaryHerself
Lafayette: The Lost Hero2010TV Movie documentaryHerself
P.O.V.2010TV Series documentaryHerself
Ces amours-là2010Cameo appearance (uncredited)
Gilles Jacob: CIitizen Cannes2010TV Movie documentaryHerself
Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy2010Video documentaryHerself (uncredited)
Saucy 70's Volume 22010Video documentary
Empreintes2010TV Series documentaryHerself
Hors Série2010TV Series documentaryHerself
Cinéman2009Herself (uncredited)
Philippe Noiret: Gentleman saltimbanque2009TV Movie documentaryHerself (uncredited)
Les plages d'Agnès2008DocumentaryHerself
Génération duo2008TV MovieHerself
1 quart de 32008TV SeriesHerself
Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired2008DocumentaryHerself / Carole Ledoux
Sa raison d'être2008TV MovieHerself (uncredited)
Cámara negra. Teatro Victoria Eugenia2007TV Short documentaryHerself
La tele de tu vida2007TV SeriesHerself
Ein Leben wie im Flug2007TV MovieHerself
Schau mir in die Augen, Kleiner2007DocumentaryGaby (uncredited)
On n'est pas couché2006TV SeriesHerself
Premio Donostia a Matt Dillon2006TV SpecialHerself
Premio Donostia a Max Von Sydow2006TV SpecialHerself
Marcello, una vita dolce2006DocumentaryHerself
Mag Bodard, un destin2005TV Movie documentaryHerself
Cinema mil2005TV SeriesHerself
Les 40 ans de la 22004TV Movie documentaryHerself
Graffiti 602004TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself
Celebrity Naked Ambition2003TV Movie documentary
The Son of Samsonite2002ShortCatherine
The Kid Stays in the Picture2002DocumentaryHerself
Hollywood Remembers2000TV Series documentary
... y otras mujeres de armas tomar1998TV Movie documentaryHerself
François Chalais, la vie comme un roman1997TV Movie documentaryHerself
François Truffaut: The Man Who Loved Cinema - Love & Death1996TV Movie documentaryHerself
Empire of the Censors1995TV Movie documentaryHerself
De Serge Gainsbourg à Gainsbarre de 1958 - 19911994Video documentary segment "Dieu fumeur de Havanes"
François Truffaut: Portraits volés1993DocumentaryHerself
Vivement Truffaut1985TV Movie documentaryHerself / Marion
Margret Dünser, auf der Suche nach den Besonderen1981TV Movie documentaryHerself
Midi Trente1972TV SeriesHerself

Won Awards

2015Honorary AwardAntalya Golden Orange Film Festival
2015Lifetime Achievement AwardDubai International Film Festival
2015Douglas Sirk AwardHamburg Film Festival
2015Christina Hassell Lifetime Achievement AwardHawaii European Cinema Film Festival
2013Best ActressCabourg Romantic Film FestivalCoup de CoeurElle s'en va (2013)
2013Lifetime Achievement AwardEuropean Film Awards
2012Gala TributeFilm Society of Lincoln Center
2012Stanislavsky PrizeMoscow International Film Festival

For the outstanding achievement in the career of acting and devotion to the principles of K. ... More

2011Grand Prix Special des AmériquesMontréal World Film Festival
2009Taormina Arte AwardTaormina International Film Festival
2008EDA Female Focus AwardAlliance of Women Film JournalistsActress Defying Age and AgeismUn conte de Noël (2008)
2008EDA Female Focus AwardAlliance of Women Film JournalistsLifetime Achievement Award
2008Special AwardCannes Film Festival
2008Lifetime Achievement AwardTransilvania International Film Festival
2006Golden Kinnaree Career Achievement AwardBangkok International Film Festival
2006Special Artistic Achievement AwardShanghai International Film Festival
2005Honorary Golden PalmCannes Film Festival
2002Silver Berlin BearBerlin International Film FestivalOutstanding Artistic Achievement8 femmes (2002)
2002European Film AwardEuropean Film AwardsEuropean Actress8 femmes (2002)
2001BambiBambi AwardsFilm - InternationalEst - Ouest (1999)
2000Actor's Mission AwardArt Film Festival
2000International Filmmaker AwardPalm Springs International Film Festival
1999Silver Medallion AwardTelluride Film Festival, US
1998Honorary Golden Berlin BearBerlin International Film Festival
1998Volpi CupVenice Film FestivalBest ActressPlace Vendôme (1998)
1997Honorary PrizeMoscow International Film FestivalFor the contribution to the cinema
1995Donostia Lifetime Achievement AwardSan Sebastián International Film Festival
1994Golden CameraGolden Camera, GermanyBest International ActressMa saison préférée (1993)
1993CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Indochine (1992)
1993International AwardWomen in Film Crystal Awards
1981CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Le dernier métro (1980)
1981DavidDavid di Donatello AwardsBest Foreign Actress (Migliore Attrice Straniera)Le dernier métro (1980)
1976BambiBambi AwardsFilm - InternationalLe sauvage (1975)

Nominated Awards

2016CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)La tête haute (2015)
2015CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Dans la cour (2014)
2014CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Elle s'en va (2013)
2014Lumiere AwardLumiere Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Elle s'en va (2013)
2012Lumiere AwardLumiere Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure comédienne)Les bien-aimés (2011)
2011CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Potiche (2010)
2009Movies for Grownups AwardAARP Movies for Grownups AwardsBest ActressUn conte de Noël (2008)
2009Globe de CristalGlobes de Cristal Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Un conte de Noël (2008)
2008Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or MusicalUn conte de Noël (2008)
2006CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Supporting Actress (Meilleure actrice dans un second rôle)Palais royal! (2005)
2001Golden Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, DramaDancer in the Dark (2000)
1999CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Place Vendôme (1998)
1997CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Les voleurs (1996)
1994CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Ma saison préférée (1993)
1993OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actress in a Leading RoleIndochine (1992)
1989CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Drôle d'endroit pour une rencontre (1988)
1988CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Agent trouble (1987)
1982CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Hôtel des Amériques (1981)
1976CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Actress (Meilleure actrice)Le sauvage (1975)
1970Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsFemale Star15th place.
1969BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest ActressBelle de jour (1967)

3rd Place Awards

1965NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ActressRepulsion (1965)

Known for movies

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