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Julie Depardieu

Activities : Actress, Voice

Represented by : Film Talents

Agent : Juanita Fellag

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Filmography (54)

Portraits (17)

Photos (23)

Biography

Born in a family of actors, Julie Depardieu studies philosophy then multiplies small jobs in the movie business. In 1994, she is alongside her father in Colonel Chabert. She then appears in many TV movies by Josée Dayan.
Director Danièle Dubroux offers Julie Depardieu her first main role in Minight Exam in 1998. The sincerity and fantasy of the actress adjust with the director’s extravagant universe. They will work again together on Eros Therapy in 2004.
As her brother Guillaume, Julie Depardieu becomes, thanks to her appearance in films by Olivier Assayas (Les Destinées), Cédric Klapisch or Laetita Masson one of the familiar and attractive figure of young French cinema. In 2004, two features reveal her true talents. Benoît Poelvoorde’s exceeded wife in Podium by Yann Moix and spellbound lover in Little Lili by Claude Miller, Julie Depardieu wins both the Best Promising and Best Supporting Cesar Award the same year.
Became one of the most eminent actress of her generation, Julie Depardieu is soon asked to work with André Téchiné (Les Témoins). But she mainly works with young directors and in 2006 she goes from romantic comedies ( Try Me, You and Me) to family drama (Le Passager) or social chronicle (Burn Out).

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INTERNATIONAL CAREER
2006 – Mémoires bridées – Dir: P. Anguita-MacKay (Switzerland);
2005 – La Febbre – Dir: A. D’Alatri (Italy);
2005 – Moon on The Snow – Dir: P. Anguita-Mackay (Switzerland);
2003 – Bolondok éneke – Dir: C. Bereczki (Hungary/France)

TV
2005 – Celle qui reste – Dir: V. Sauveur;
2004 – Milady – Dir: J. Dayan;
2003 – Le Porteur de cartable – Dir: C. Huppert;
2002 – Jean Moulin – Dir: P. Aknine;
2001 – Zaïde; un petit air de vengeance – Dir: J. Dayan;
2001 – Les Enfants d’abord – Dir: A. Isserman;
2000 – Deux femmes à Paris – Dir: C. Huppert;
1998 – Intime conviction – Dir: J. Lvoff;
1996 – Les Liens du coeur – Dir: J. Dayan;
1996 – Les Pas perdus – Dir: J. Lvoff;
1996 – La Passion du docteur Bergh – Dir: J. Dayan

TV SERIES
2005 – Les Rois maudits – Dir: J. Dayan;
2003 – La Maison des enfants – Dir: A. Isserman;
2001 – L’Aîné des Ferchaux – Dir: B. Stora;
1998 – Le Comte de Monte Cristo – Dir: J. Dayan

THEATRE
2004 – Le Jardin aux betteraves by R. Dubillard (Dir: J.-M. Ribes);
2003 – Mémoires de deux jeunes mariées from H. de Balzac (Dir: J. Decombe)

News (10)

Festival Selections (3)

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 2005

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 2005)

Selection

Best Supporting Actress : Podium

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 2004

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 2004)

Selection (2)

Best Supporting Actress : Little Lili

Most Promising Actress : Little Lili

Awards (2)

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 2008

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 2008)

Awards

César Award for Best Supporting Actress : A Secret

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 2004

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 2004)

Awards (2)

César Award for Best Supporting Actress : Little Lili

César Award for Most Promising Actress : Little Lili

Delegations (13)