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Françoise Sorya Dreyfus information

Birth date: April 27, 1932
Birth place: Mile End, London, England
Height:5' 7" (1.7 m)
Profession:Actress

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Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mince alors! 2012 Maman
Tous les soleils 2011 Agathe
Paris Connections 2010 Agnès St. Clair
Ces amours-l 2010 Madame Blum
Celle que j'aime 2009 La belle dame du café (as Anouk Aime)
Love Letters 2008 TV Movie Alexa
De particulier 2006 Nelly
Ils se marièrent et eurent beaucoup d'enfants 2004 La mère de Vincent
La petite prairie aux bouleaux 2003 Myriam
Napoléon 2002 TV Mini-Series Letizia Bonaparte
Festival in Cannes 2001 Millie Marquand
L'île bleue 2001 TV Movie Eugénie
Une pour toutes 1999 La femme du musicien
1999 Madeleine 1999 Eve, la mère de Madeleine
Riches, belles, etc. 1998 La fée
Solomon 1997 TV Movie Bathsheba
Hommes, femmes, mode d'emploi 1996 The Widow
Dis-moi oui... 1995 Claire Charvet
One Hundred and One Nights 1995 Anouk, en flash-back
Ready to Wear 1994 Simone Lowenthal (as Anouk Aimee)
Les marmottes 1993 Françoise
Rupture(s) 1993 Marthe
Screen Two 1993 TV Series Cuckoo Peverall
L'amour maudit de Leisenbohg 1991 TV Movie Claire Hell
Bethune: The Making of a Hero 1990 Marie-France Coudaire
Mon dernier rêve sera pour vous 1989 TV Mini-Series Sarah Ives
La table tournante 1988 Elle-memê / Herself / La voix de la bergère
Arrivederci e grazie 1988 Laura
Piazza Navona 1988 TV Series Elisabetta
A Man and a Woman: 20 Years Later 1986 Anne Gauthier
Un rêve 1984 Short Norma Sundberg
Success Is the Best Revenge 1984 Monique des Fontaines
Viva la vie 1984 Anouk
The General of the Dead Army 1983 Countess Betsy Mirafiore
Qu'est-ce qui fait courir David? 1982 Hélène
Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man 1981 Barbara Spaggiari (as Anouk Aimee)
Une page d'amour 1980 TV Movie Hélène
A Leap in the Dark 1980 Marta Ponticelli
Mon premier amour 1978 Jane Romain
Si c'était 1976 Sarah Gordon
Justine 1969 Justine
The Appointment 1969 Carla
Model Shop 1969 Lola aka Cecile
Un soir, un train 1968 Anne
Live for Life 1967 Une spectatrice
Lo scandalo 1966 Alessandra
A Man and a Woman 1966 Anne Gauthier
Le stagioni del nostro amore 1966 Francesca
Il morbidone 1965 Valeria
La fuga 1965 Luisa
White Voices 1964 Lorenza
Liol 1964 Mita
Festival 1963 TV Series
Il successo 1963 Laura Ceriani
Il terrorista 1963 Anna Braschi
Of Flesh and Blood 1963 Anna
The Shortest Day 1963 Crocerossina
1963 Luisa Anselmi (as Anouk Aimee)
Sodom and Gomorrah 1962 The Queen (as Anouk Aimee)
Hors jeu 1961 TV Movie Elle
The Last Judgment 1961 Giorgio's wife Irene
Quai Notre-Dame 1961 Madame Lormoy - une antiquaire
L'imprevisto 1961 Claire, Plemian's wife
Lola 1961 Lola Cécile
The Joker 1960 Hélène Laroche
La Dolce Vita 1960 Maddalena (as Anouk Aimee)
The Chasers 1959 Jeanne
Head Against the Wall 1959 Stéphanie
The Journey 1959 Eva
Modigliani of Montparnasse 1958 Jeanne Hébuterne
Tous peuvent me tuer 1957 Isabelle
Lovers of Paris 1957 Marie Pichon
Stresemann 1957 Annette Stein
Nina 1956 Nina Iwanowa
Ich suche dich 1956 Dr. Francoise Maurer
Les mauvaises rencontres 1955 Catherine Racan
Noche de tormenta 1955
Contraband Spain 1955 Elena Vargas (as Anouk)
Adrienne Mesurat 1953 TV Movie Adrienne Mesurat
Rheingold Theatre 1953 TV Series Wanda
The Crimson Curtain 1953 Short Albertine
The Paris Express 1952 Jeanne, the prostitute (as Anouk)
The Curious Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird 1952 La bergère (voice)
Golden Salamander 1950 Anna (as Anouk)
Les amants de Vérone 1949 Giorgia Maglia (Juliette)
La fleur de l'âge 1947
La maison sous la mer 1947 Anouk (as Anouk)

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Le chercheur inquiet 2014 TV Movie documentary special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Le grand show 2016 TV Series Herself
Empreintes 2012 TV Series documentary Herself
Charlie Rose 2012 TV Series Herself - Guest
Agnès de ci de l 2011 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
The 2011 European Film Awards 2011 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Cinémas 2010 TV Series Herself
Vivement dimanche 2000-2010 TV Series Herself / Herself (Interview)
Il était une fois... 2009 TV Series documentary Herself
Noi che abbiamo fatto la dolce vita 2009 Documentary Herself
La traversée du miroir 2009 TV Series Herself
Claude Lelouch, on s'aimera 2007 TV Movie documentary Récitante / Narrator (voice)
Marcello, una vita dolce 2006 Documentary Herself
L'hebdo cinéma 2006 TV Series documentary Herself
Tout le monde en parle 2002-2006 TV Series Herself
On a tout essayé 2006 TV Series Herself
Freedom2speak v2.0 2004 Documentary Herself - Actress, France
L'ultima sequenza 2003 Documentary Herself
Federico Fellini - Mit den Augen der Anderen 2003 Documentary Herself
Les feux de la rampe 2002 TV Series Herself
La nuit des Césars 1982-2002 TV Series documentary Herself - César d'honneur / Herself
Victoire, ou la douleur des femmes 2000 TV Mini-Series Herself
Globos de Ouro 1998 1999 TV Movie Herself
L.A. Without a Map 1998 Herself (uncredited)
Déj 1995 TV Series documentary Herself
The World of Jacques Demy 1995 Documentary Herself
Il y a des jours... et des lunes 1990 Herself / Seul film-annonce
Zoom su Fellini 1983 TV Series documentary Herself
Les nouveaux rendez-vous 1981 TV Series Herself
Billy Baxter Presents Diary of the Cannes Film Festival with Rex Reed 1980 TV Movie documentary Herself
Les rendez-vous du dimanche 1980 TV Series Herself
Portrait de Vittorio Gassman 1979 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 39th Annual Academy Awards 1967 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role
Reflets de Cannes 1966 TV Series documentary Herself
Cinépanorama 1959 TV Series documentary Herself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
D'un film 2011 Documentary Herself
Gilles Jacob: CIitizen Cannes 2010 TV Movie documentary Herself
Deux de la Vague 2010 Documentary Herself
Chacun son cinéma ou Ce petit coup au coeur quand la lumière s'éteint et que le film commence 2007 segment "Cinéma de Boulevard"
Cannes, 60 ans d'histoires 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself
Cinema mil 2005 TV Series Herself
Alfonso Sánchez 1980 Documentary Herself
Hustle 1975 Actress in Film Clip from 'A Man and a Woman' (uncredited)
Happy New Year 1973 Une femme (uncredited)

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2009 Silver Medallion Award Telluride Film Festival, US
2003 Honorary Golden Berlin Bear Berlin International Film Festival
2003 Bernhard Wicki Film Award - Honorary Award Munich Film Festival La petite prairie aux bouleaux (2003)
2003 Bernhard Wicki Film Award Munich Film Festival Honorary Prize
2002 Honorary César César Awards, France
2000 Lifetime Achievement Award Palm Beach International Film Festival International
1994 NBR Award National Board of Review, USA Best Acting by an Ensemble Prêt- (1994) · Marcello Mastroianni
· Sophia Loren
· Jean-Pierre Cassel
· Kim Basinger
· Chiara Mastroianni
· Stephen Rea
· Rupert Everett
· Rossy de Palma
· Tara Leon
· Georgianna Robertson
· Lili Taylor
· Ute Lemper
· Forest Whitaker
· Tom Novembre
· Richard E. Grant
· Anne Canovas
· Julia Roberts
· Tim Robbins
· Lauren Bacall
· Lyle Lovett
· Tracey Ullman
· Sally Kellerman
· Linda Hunt
· Teri Garr
· Danny Aiello
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Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1979 César César Awards, France Best Actress (Meilleure actrice) Mon premier amour (1978)
1967 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role Un homme et une femme (1966)
1967 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Female Dramatic Performance Un homme et une femme (1966)
1963 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Foreign Actress Lola (1961)

3rd place awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1967 NSFC Award National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA Best Actress Un homme et une femme (1966)


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#Fact
1 As of 2016 she is the 10th earliest surviving recipient of a Best Actress Oscar nomination, tied with Vanessa Redgrave and behind only Olivia de Havilland, Leslie Caron, Carroll Baker, Joanne Woodward, Shirley MacLaine, Doris Day, a tied Piper Laurie and Sophia Loren, a tied Julie Andrews and Debbie Reynolds, and a tied Julie Christie and Samantha Eggar. She was nominated in 1966 for A Man and a Woman (1966).
2 Besides French, she speaks fluent Italian and English.
3 First French actress to win both a Golden Globe and a BAFTA award for a French-speaking role (for her performance in A Man and a Woman (1966)). The second and last one is Marion Cotillard (for La Vie en Rose (2007)). Aimée is also the first actress to be nominated for an Oscar for a French-speaking role, while Cotillard is the first and only actress to win an Oscar for a French-speaking role. Cotillard played Aimée's character in (1963), Luisa, in the musical Nine (2009).
4 In his autobiography (M le Mocky), Jean-Pierre Mocky admits his love feelings towards Aimée, whom she had known since the late 40s. Despite having always had plans to propose, he initially thought to wait since she wasn't of age yet. After the 17 years old Aimée had an affair with her 27 years old co-star Serge Reggiani on the set of Les amants de Vérone (1949), Mocky was so disappointed by her conduct that he gave up his romantic plans. He was, however, instrumental in casting the actress in Head Against the Wall (1959) (where he also starred).
5 Was friends with writer Julien Green, who picked her for the role of Regina in the original stage production of 'Sud' and later chose her to play the title role in Adrienne Mesurat (1953).
6 She originated the role of Regina in the first production of Julien Green's controversial Civil War Drama 'Sud', which marked her stage debut (in 1953). After this experience, she grew so terrified of stage work that she didn't tread the boards again until 1990.
7 Has been friends with Michel Piccoli her whole life, having known him at acting classes. They appeared together in Les mauvaises rencontres (1955), A Leap in the Dark (1980), The General of the Dead Army (1983), Viva la vie (1984), Success Is the Best Revenge (1984), L'amour maudit de Leisenbohg (1991), Rupture(s) (1993) and One Hundred and One Nights (1995).
8 Was friends with director Federico Fellini and actor Marcello Mastroianni, both of which she credits for having taught her a lot about her profession. Once claimed that the only photo of hers she keeps attached to her wall is one with the two of them.
9 Returned to the stage in 1990 after a 37 years absence to play the role of Alexa (Melissa) in a new version of A.R. Gurney's 'Love Letters' under the direction of Lars Schmidt, who had witnessed her stage debut in 'Sud' and thought of her for the part. Over the years, she did reprise the role several times opposite different partners, which included Bruno Cremer (1990), Jean-Louis Trintignant (1991), Philippe Noiret (2005), Jacques Weber (2006), Alain Delon (2008) and Gérard Depardieu (2014).
10 Was once approached to star in the unmade 'At Lake Lugano', which would've been penned by Barbara Turner and directed by Robert Altman. The project never saw the light of the day, for reasons that remain controversial to this day: Aimée herself claims that, as she met him in Paris, Altman struck her as a very authoritarian person it would've been difficult to work with. Turner, on the other hand, claims the director was annoyed by the Anouk' choice of not seeing any of his prior movies and eventually told the actress to her face that he would've preferred Annie Girardot to play the role. Aimée eventually went on to work with Altman in Ready to Wear (1994).
11 Made her primary studies at 'Rue Milton School' in Montmartre and in Barbezieux-Saint-Hilaire (Charente). She later entered a boarding school in Bandol and also spent some of her formative years in Megève.
12 As a child, she originally dreamed of becoming a pharmacist or a dancer.
13 As a child, she took some dancing courses at the 'Opéra de Marseille'.
14 Born in Paris, her parents sent her to Barbezieux-Saint-Hilaire, so that she would escape the Vel' d'Hiv Roundup. She lived there for the rest of the war years using her mother's maiden name (Durand) instead of her Jewish one (Dreyfus), so that she wouldn't have to wear the yellow badge.
15 In the 1950s, she took some dancing and stage acting lessons from Andrée Bauer-Thérond.
16 Has been part of Jean Cocteau and Raymond Queneau's milieu.
17 She's an active environmentalist and animal rights spokesperson. She's a member of the Jane Goodall Institute in France and personal friends with Goodall herself.
18 Élie Chouraqui was her companion for part of the 70's and 80's. He directed her in Mon premier amour (1978), Une page d'amour (1980), Qu'est-ce qui fait courir David? (1982), Les marmottes (1993) and Celle que j'aime (2009).
19 Has had relationships with Warren Beatty and Omar Sharif.
20 Claude Lelouch was reportedly in love with Aimée during the shooting of A Man and a Woman (1966), but was unsuccessful in winning her heart, since she was already romantically involved with the composer Pierre Barouh (who had written a song for the film), whom she'd later marry.
21 Her relationship with Albert Finney ended when she fell in love with Ryan O'Neal.
22 She was friends with Jacques Prévert, who wrote the screenplays for her early movies La fleur de l'âge (1947) and Les amants de Vérone (1949). It was through Prévert and his friend Alexandre Trauner that, at age 17, she went on to know some prominent figures of the French cultural and artistic world, such as Alberto Giacometti, Pablo Picasso, Simone Signoret, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jean Genet and her second husband Nikos Papatakis.
23 After her acting career started by accident when she was hired for La maison sous la mer (1947) (something that lead to a few more film roles in the 40's), she actually relocated in England for a while to make her studies in a nunnery school. She also made some theatrical studies while there.
24 The title role in Mademoiselle (1966) was originally written for her by family friend Jean Genet, who served as best man during her marriage to Nikos Papatakis and handed them the script on that date as a present. While shooting Head Against the Wall (1959), Aimée asked director Georges Franju if he had any interest to helm the project, but, when he mentioned her to the producers, he was told: 'It's not Anouk these days, it's Marie Laforêt'. Other things later factored into Anouk not being cast in the project, such as Genet keeping selling the script to different people when he needed money and Franju having- by the time he had been officially offered the project- grown enamored with the acting skills of his collaborator Emmanuelle Riva and moved on to struggle for the latter being cast. The film was finally directed by Tony Richardson and starred Jeanne Moreau.
25 She won the 1961 'Étoile de cristal' for Best Actress for her performance in La Dolce Vita (1960).
26 Was engaged to Maurice Ronet in the early 50s.
27 During the shooting of Justine (1969), she and actor Michael York were very much at odds with director George Cukor (who had replaced Joseph Strick). Aimée used to leave the set quite often- to be with her fiancé Albert Finney- and threaten never to come back, something that slowed down the shooting. Cukor stated in interviews that he felt Anouk's acting inability damaged the movie.
28 She won the 2009 "Prix Henri-Langlois" for her film work.
29 She never drank alcohol.
30 Jean-Louis Trintignant didn't feel much at ease working with Aimée on the set of A Man and a Woman (1966), stating that he found her behaviour aloof and that he vastly preferred spending time with the child actors.
31 Both Anouk and Emmanuelle Riva received an Oscar nomination for Best Actress for playing opposite Jean-Louis Trintignant: coincidentally, both actresses were playing a character named Anne.
32 First actor to receive an Oscar nomination for a French-language performance (for A Man and a Woman (1966)).
33 Is one of 12 French actresses to have received an Academy Award nomination. The others in chronological order are: Claudette Colbert, Colette Marchand, Leslie Caron, Simone Signoret, Isabelle Adjani, Marie-Christine Barrault, Catherine Deneuve, Juliette Binoche, Marion Cotillard, Bérénice Bejo and Emmanuelle Riva.
34 Mother of Manuella Papatakis (b. September 15th 1951).
35 Her acting career began when, at age 14, she was walking down the rue Colisée in the eighth arrondissement in Paris with her mother. Director Henri Calef stopped her and asked if she would like to be in a movie.
36 Of all the roles she turned down, the one she regrets not accepting the most was the Faye Dunaway role in The Thomas Crown Affair (1968).
37 Adopted her stage name "Anouk" after playing a character of that name in her debut film, Henri Calef's La maison sous la mer (1947), in 1946. The name "Aimée" was given to her by Jacques Prévert, who penned La fleur de l'âge (1947), where she starred.
38 Was one of several actresses considered for the role of "The Baroness" in the film version of The Sound of Music (1965); the role ultimately went to Eleanor Parker.
39 Ex-stepmother of Simon Finney.
40 Has supported Lionel Jospin's 2002 presidential campaign.
41 Her manager is Dominique Besnehard.
42 Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#56). [1995]
43 Daughter of Henry Murray and Geneviève Sorya

#Quote
1 It is always better to have a few scenes with a good director, than many scenes with a bad one.
2 Oh come on, it hasn't been an unimpressive career. If you look at the number of projects I've been involved in, the people I've worked with ... But it's perhaps true that I haven't always made the right choices. I've taken parts I didn't particularly like because I wanted to work with the director - Altman, for example. But there's very little that I actually regret doing. I had to do most of it, I needed the money. There are one or two things I could have said yes to, though. That's probably true.
3 You can only perceive real beauty in a person as they get older.

#Trademark
1 Frequently cast by Claude Lelouch , Jacques Demy and Élie Chouraqui
2 Petulant voice
3 Often plays characters named Anouk

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