Lolita Chammah first makes brief appearances beside her mother, Isabelle Huppert, under the direction of Chabrol and Werner Schroeter. She's especially remarked for her small role in Modern Life, directed by Laurence Ferreira Barbosa in 2000. From then on her career takes off, away from family influences. The young debutante chooses a more confidential path for herself to learn the ropes and participates in several shorts and medium-length films. In 2010, she is revealed to the general public by joining her mother in the top billing of the social comedy Copacabana, directed by Marc Fitoussi.