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Charlotte Rampling spends her childhood in England and France.
In the 60’, she becomes a model and gets small parts in films, especially in The Knack… and How to Get It by Richard Lester. She then takes drama class and stars in The Damned by Luchino Visconti.
Revealed to the audience with The Night Porter (1974), her deep performance of a Nazi camp survivor is the turning-point of her career and allows her to approach strange and disturbing roles as Margaret’s in Max, mon amour by Nagisa Ishima (1986).
Between these two roles, Charlotte Rampling works with renowned international directors as John Boorman (Zardoz), Woody Allen (Stardust Memory) or Sydney Lumet (The Verdict) and acts alongside notorious actors: Sean Connery, Robert Mitchum, Paul Newman or Michey Rourke among others.
In 1984, she stars in On ne meurt que deux fois by Jacques Deray that wins her a nomination for The Best Actress César Award.
François Ozon’s Under the Sand (2000) gives a new start to her career. She is awarded with a Honorary César Award in 2001 and then links up audience successes alongside the directors young generation: See How They Run (Michel Blanc – 2001), Swimming Pool (François Ozon – 2002), The Keys to the House (Amelio Gianni – 2003) to the acclaimed Lemming by Dominik Moll that wins her a nomination for the Best Actress European Film Awards 2005.
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