James Bond girl in her time, muse of the Chanel brand, Carole Bouquet is appreciated for her classic beauty and her perfect features, but very quickly she imposes herself as an actress in her own right and embodies many female characters throughout her career. careers as diverse as each other.
Carole Bouquet, an accomplished actress
Born on August 18, 1957 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Carole Bouquet was raised with her sister by her father. She spent part of her childhood with the Dominicans, but she preferred museums and cinema to school benches. After the baccalaureate, she abandoned her philosophy studies to enroll at the Paris Conservatory. Very quickly, she was spotted and landed her first role in 1977 in a film by Luis Buñuel 'This obscure object of desire'. In 1981, she played a James Bond Girl in 'For Your Eyes Only' and made herself known to the general public. In 1989, she won the César for best actress for her role in 'Too beautiful for you' by Bertrand Blier and in 1997, she played a great figure in the Resistance in 'Lucie Aubrac'. But her career is not confined to the dramatic register and she also plays in comedies such as 'Grosse fatigue' or 'Embrace who you want'.
Carole Bouquet, for the passion for wine
A true enthusiast, Carole Bouquet invests herself in everything she undertakes. Mother of two boys (from a union with Jean Pierre Rassam and Francis Giacobetti), she is committed against child abuse and becomes the spokesperson for the association La Voix de l'enfant. Like her ex-companion Gérard Depardieu, she is also a great wine enthusiast and owns a vineyard off the coast of Sicily. She devotes almost all her free time to it. A great epicurean, she likes to eat, share and crunch life to the fullest and makes people forget the image of cold beauty that stuck with her for so long!