Isabelle Huppert is 70: Husband, children, Balenciaga, where does she live… All about the actress!

Happy Birthday Isabelle Huppert! This March 16, the French actress most nominated for the Césars celebrates her 70th birthday. The opportunity to (re)update you on his career, in cinema and theater, and to learn a little more about his family life. And on her fairy-tale wedding!

  Isabelle Huppert is 70 years old: Husband, children, Balenciaga, where does she live… All about the'actrice !

Mark your calendars: today, the huge Isabelle Huppert blows out her 70th candle on March 16 . Hard to believe isn't it? And yet, the one starring in Jean-Paul Salomé's latest film, The Syndicalist , since March 1, 2023, has a long and successful career behind her. And a life as a couple, and family, full. We tell you everything (or almost).

The latest information on Isabelle Huppert

In which films did Isabelle Huppert triumph?

Revealed in 1977 by Claude Goretta in the film The Lacemaker , Isabelle Huppert has oscillated throughout her career between auteur cinema and popular films. And it worked particularly well for him. Throughout her career, she has toured with the greatest of all generations. Muse of Claude Chabrol for whom she notably played in Ceremony And Madame Bovary , she also worked with Maurice Pialat in Links , a film in which she forms a mythical couple with Gérard Depardieu , Jean-Luc Godard ( Save who can (life) ), Bertrand Tavernier ( Wipe ) and André Téchiné ( The Bronte Sisters ). The now septuagenarian was also featured in 8 women by François Ozon with, among others, Catherine Deneuve , Fanny Ardant, Emmanuelle Béart and Danielle Darrieux.

A distinguished career during which she won several prestigious awards: two Césars for best actress- the first in 1996 for Ceremony by Claude Chabrol, and the second in 2017 for She by Paul Verhoeven-, or even a BAFTA in the United Kingdom and even a Bear of Honor at the Berlinale in 2022. Moreover, with She , the actress also won the holy grail: Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama . In France, Isabelle Huppert has won no less than 19 awards, and is above all the most nominated actress at the Césars with no less than 16 nominations .

Isabelle Huppert: quid de sa carrière internationale?

But the one who also burst the screen in the series dubbed by all, Ten percent , did not stop at the borders of France. In the USA , the actress who has also had a very successful career in the theater, even going so far as to win the Europe Prize for Theater in Rome in 2017, has worked under the direction of David O. Russell and Curtis Hanson. In Italy , she played for Marco Ferrari and the Taviani brothers. And in Austria , she collaborated with the illustrious Michael Haneke for the very good film you played it released in 2001. In 2020, she was even chosen by Wes Anderson to dub one of the characters in his animated film Isle of Dogs .

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Who is husband Isabelle Huppert?

And if Isabelle Huppert is on all fronts on the career side, she remains discreet when it comes to her private life. If she had a multi-year romance with the general manager of Gaumont studios, Daniel Toscan , she is since the woman of only one man! For more than 40 years, the 70-year-old actress has shared her life with the director and distributor Ronald Chammah who incidentally directed her in the film Milan black in 1988. The two lovebirds, who seem to have found the key to happiness, met on the set of The Lady of the Camellias by Mauro Bolognini. She was the main actress, he was the director's assistant. And rumor has it that their love at first sight was as immediate as it was discreet. Today, Ronald Chammah is at the head of the company Les films du Camélia, which has also financed several films in which Isabelle Huppert has played.

Who are Isabelle Huppert's children?

From this beautiful love story were born three children: Lolita, born in 1983, Lorenzo, born in 1988, and the youngest, Angelo, born in 1997. Isabelle Huppert's eldest daughter, Lolita Chammah, is now an actress , like his mother, and has already given him the reply, notably in 2010 in the feature film by Marc Fitoussi, Copacabana .

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Like their life as a couple, Isabelle Huppert and Ronald Chammah led their family life away from flashes and cameras. In an interview given to Gala in 2017, their son Lorenzo had also chosen 'the normality' to describe his childhood. Before adding: 'I didn't feel like my mother had a different life from other mothers' . Isabelle Huppert is also a happy and fulfilling grandmother. His daughter Lolita is indeed mother of a little Gabriel , now nine years old. Last October, rumors had also announced her pregnant for the second time. But nothing has been confirmed by the main interested party.

What brand is Isabelle Huppert the muse of?

Isabelle Huppert has always had a very close relationship with fashion. Muse of Balenciaga several times since its inception, she notably lent her face to the brand in 2021 alongside star singer Justin Bieber. Recently, she was once again chosen to be the face of the capsule collection between Balenciaga and Adidas presented in May 2022 at the Spring 2023 show in New York. And so she posed in chic streetwear looks with top Bella Hadid and boxer Jermell Charlo.

Where does Isabelle Huppert live?

If Isabelle Huppert lives today in the Paris region with the man of her life , she is nonetheless a great regular in the capital, especially on the left bank. In an interview given to the prestigious magazine Vogue in December 2021, the actress had also shared her 'places of refuge' in Paris. ' I like to have a drink at the Lutetia bar, I feel good there. Hotel bars have the particularity of being public while being out of sight' , she first said.

And it's up to her to continue: 'And I often take refuge in the dark rooms of the independent art house cinemas, the Christine Cinema Club and the Paris Cinema Club, programmed by my son, Lorenzo Chammah, and directed by his father Ronald Chammah' . Before continuing: 'Finally, when the need for green arises, I like to walk in the Jardin du Luxembourg and in the squares that hug the rue de Babylone' . And to end with his favorite museum, the Eugène-Delacroix National Museum, 'who asks only to be known' .