Mélanie Laurent movie list from 1999 to 2015!

Mélanie Laurent movie list from 1999 to 2015! Before and After!

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Mélanie Laurent movie list:
2015 – Eternité
2015 – By the Sea
2015 – Boomerang
2014 – Aloft
2013 – Now You See Me
2013 – Night Train to Lisbon
2013 – Enemy
2011 – Requiem pour une tueuse
2011 – Les Adoptes
2011 – Et soudain, tout le monde me manque
2010 – La Rafle
2010 – Beginners
2009 Jusqu’à toi
2009 – Le Concert
2009 – Inglourious Basterds
2008 – Voyage d’affaires
2008 – Paris
2007 – Le Tueur
2007 – La chambre des morts
2006 – Je vais bien, ne t’en fais pas
2006 – Indigenes
2006 – Dikkenek
2005 – Les Visages d’Alice
2005 – De battre, mon coeur s’est arreté
2004 – Le Dernier Jour
2004 – Hainan Ji Fan
2003 – Snowboarder
2003 – Jean Moulin, une affaire française
2002 – Embrassez qui vous voudrez
2001 – Ceci Est Mon Corps
2000 – Rout de la nuit
1999 – Un pont entre deux rives



Date of Birth: February 21, 1983

Mélanie Laurent was born in Paris, France to a ballet teacher mother and a voice actor father. Her career began after a serendipitous meeting with French actor Gerard Depardieu. The then teenaged Laurent was visiting the set of a film that her friend’s father was acting in. Depardieu approached her and simply asked if she wanted to act in movies. Laurent’s reply? “Why not?”

At the age of 16, she was cast in The Bridge, a French film co-directed by Depardieu. The movie was moderately well received by critics in her home country. Her big break into mainstream French cinema came at the age of 23, when she played the lead in Philippe Lioret’s I’m Fine, Don’t Worry. The film detailed a young girl’s struggle with anorexia. Laurent took home a César Award (the French equivalent to an Oscar) for “Most Promising Actress” for the role.

In 2008, she decided to try her hand at directing with De moins en moins, a short film that she also wrote. Her first directing effort was a success, with the film being nominated for Best Short Film at the 61st Annual Cannes Film Festival. Her next endeavor was to direct her first play. However, this project was put on hold after receiving news that would change her life forever.

Laurent learned that she was to play Shoshanna Dreyfus, one of the leads in Quentin Tarantino’s latest film Inglorious Basterds. The highly anticipated movie, which had been in development since 1998, was Laurent’s first major role in an American film.

Basterds was a box office smash and critical darling. Suddenly, Laurent found herself pushed into mainstream success in North America. However, this success hasn’t fazed her. She still appears in films made in her native France as well as taking advantage of new opportunities to appear in American movies as well.

She generated a lot of buzz for her performance alongside Ewan McGregor in Beginners, playing a woman who meets and falls in love with a man dealing with the recent loss of his father. More recently, she starred in Aloft (2015).

In 2013, Laurent married a crew member whom she’d met one of her movies. The very private actress refuses to name him, but says that they “looked at each other seductively for a few days before we talked.”

These days, Laurent has many projects keeping her busy, including working as a Climate Ambassador for Kofi Annan’s Global Humanitarian Forum Campaign, an issue to which she is passionately dedicated.

Bio – http://www.tribute.ca/people/melanie-laurent/11567/


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