Charlotte Rampling
British actor, model
Charlotte Rampling
Charlotte Rampling, OBE is an English actress. Her career spans four decades in English language as well as French and Italian cinema.
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Palm Springs International Film Festival opens new worlds for audiences and filmmakers
LATimes - about 2 months
The Palm Springs International Film Festival had its opening screening and party on Thursday night with the world premiere of “The Sense of an Ending,” director Ritesh Batra’s adaptation of Julian Barnes’ Man Booker Prize-winning novel starring Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling, Michelle Dockery,...
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Everything You Need To Know Before Sunday's Golden Globes, Including Who Will Win
Huffington Post - about 2 months
function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); It’s Golden Globe weekend! Here’s everything you need to know. How do I watch? Catch the Golden Globes live at 8 p.m. EST on NBC Sunday. E!’s red-carpet special, hosted by Giuliana Rancic and Ryan Seacrest, begins at 6 p.m. NBC’s airs at 7 p.m. The awards take place at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. Who is hosting? Jimmy Fallon, who has teased potential Donald Trump cracks despite rustling the president-elect’s hair like an old chum during Trump’s ...
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‘Assassin’s Creed’ review roundup: Video game movies are still terrible
Yahoo News - 2 months
I can't imagine that many people were genuinely holding out hope for  Assassin's Creed  to break the mold and become one of the first watchable video game movie adaptations in history, but for those of you who were, I'm sorry to report that the critical reaction has been as negative as the rest of us assumed it would be. Having released throughout the United States on Wednesday night, reviews have begun pouring in for Assassin's Creed , and while it doesn't appear to have been as epic a disaster as some other video game adaptations, very few critics could find anything nice to say about the Michael Fassbender vehicle. Below, we've rounded up a few reviews from around the internet to give you a taste of the critical response to the movie. For any of you who were planning on seeing the movie this weekend: I'm sorry. ABC News David Blaustein of ABC News didn't mince words in his review: "It’s all fun to look at but there’s nothing that will make you care about the characters, or really mak ...
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Helen Mirren Is Unretouched And Perfect In This Year's Powerful Pirelli Calendar
Huffington Post - 3 months
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In Two Challenging 'Postfeminist' Movies, Isabelle Huppert's Long Career Comes Full-Circle
Huffington Post - 3 months
In France, according to Isabelle Huppert, actresses’ currency isn’t bankrupted as they mature. Unlike the cliché surrounding American film careers, their ages are “completely irrelevant.” Which explains why, at 64, Huppert is enjoying a banner year. The Paris native has won raves for two movies opening before 2016’s end: the psychosexual thriller “Elle” and the divorce drama “Things To Come.”  Huppert is the Meryl Streep of France. She has more nominations from the César Awards ― the French equivalent of the Oscars ― than any other actress. But her on-camera persona is far subtler than Streep’s. Already a fixture among stateside cinephiles, Huppert may see her profile rise with moviegoers over the next few months. She is part of the Oscars’ heated Best Actress derby, a European veteran who could slip in the way Charlotte Rampling deservedly did for last year’s “45 Years.” (For what it’s worth, Huppert considers any Rampling comparisons a compliment.) Before awards season become ...
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How I Moved On From My What Not To Wear Style
Huffington Post - 6 months
Photo via Nick Onken. At my age, if you aren't Oprah or a man, the stigma of getting older starts to take shape. I'm 47. I am seriously and officially middle-aged. Like, deep into it. I'm here, but heck if I know how I got here so fast. I certainly don't feel it. In a sense, I've grown up without becoming a conventional grown-up. Meaning, I'm not married. I don't have kids, a second home, or a mortgage. I don't run an office full of employees. I don't go to the same job every day. And because of this, sometimes people (myself included) find it hard to measure my value without the traditional milestones of a life lived or a collection of identifiable CliffsNotes at the ready. There are moments when this unconventional approach to aging feels freeing, and I can romanticize it. Not being able to be labeled so easily has its advantages. I'm a curiosity of sorts. I'm a mystery. An enigma. People seemingly want to know more about me, because I haven't played by conventional social rule ...
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What’s on TV Saturday
NYTimes - 8 months
In “45 Years,” Charlotte Rampling, in an Oscar-nominated role, plays a wife forced to view her husband in a new light. And Harvey Fierstein is honored.
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T Toasts Marie-Amélie Sauvé With a Dinner in Paris
NYTimes - 12 months
Charlotte Rampling, Alber Elbaz and more celebrated our new fashion director last night at Le Grand Véfour.
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Brie Larson Takes Home Best Actress Award At 2016 Oscars
Huffington Post - 12 months
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Brie Larson Is Breathtaking In Blue On The Oscars Red Carpet
Huffington Post - 12 months
Just when we thought Brie Larson couldn't top her Versace gown at the SAG Awards, she stepped out on the Oscars red carpet looking more beautiful than ever.  The actress' gown by Gucci perfectly flattered her silky complexion with its feminine lines and electrifying shade of blue. To add a touch of interest, Larson paired the dress with a jeweled belt and simple drop earrings. We're also loving the sleek center part and berry lip. Swoon.    "The Room" actress is up against Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett, Charlotte Rampling and Saoirse Ronan for Best Actress in a Leading Role.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Hollywood and White Victimology
Huffington Post - 12 months
The controversy over the whiteness of this year's Oscar nominees reveals an important lesson about the psychology of many mainstream white people -- they hunger to see themselves as racial victims. The Academy Awards' announcement of a slate of all-white nominees for the second year in a row revived the #OscarsSoWhite hashtag, created by editor April Reign, and sparked a potential boycott. Journalists responded by asking various white actors their opinion of the controversy. Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling claimed that the potential Oscar boycott is "racist to whites" and that "these days everyone is more or less accepted." Julie Delpy, a former Oscar nominee, asserted there's "nothing worse than being a woman in this business" and that "women can't talk. I sometimes wish I were African American because people don't bash them afterward." (Delpy was effectively bashing women like Jada Pinkett Smith, who called for the boycott, even as Delpy claimed that black women's race im ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Charlotte Rampling
  • 2016
    Age 70
    In 2016, Rampling accused those boycotting that year's Academy Awards ceremony of hostility towards Caucasians.
    More Details Hide Details Her comments were called "offensive, outrageous and ignorant" by Chelsea Clinton, while they were defended by Clint Eastwood. Rampling later apologised for her comments and expressed regret that her statements were misinterpreted. That same year, Rampling backed children's fairytales app, GivingTales in aid of UNICEF together with Roger Moore, Stephen Fry, Ewan McGregor, Joan Collins, Joanna Lumley, Michael Caine, David Walliams and Paul McKenna. Rampling is set to star as Lady Denham in the film adaptation of Jane Austen's unfinished novel Sanditon, which is to be directed by Jim O'Hanlon for Fluidity Pictures. Rampling will also co-star alongside with Josh Hartnett and John Rhys-Davies in the sci-fi film Valley of the Gods, directed by Lech Majewski. She will co-star as Veronica Ford with Jim Broadbent and Emily Mortimer in The Sense of an Ending, which is based on the novel by Julian Barnes. Rampling is also attached to star opposite Alicia Vikander and Eva Green in Euphoria, directed by Lisa Langseth.
  • 2015
    Age 69
    In 2015, Rampling starred opposite Tom Courtenay in Andrew Haigh's 45 Years.
    More Details Hide Details The film is about a couple preparing to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary when new information regarding the husband's missing previous lover arises. 45 Years was screened in the main competition section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. She won the Silver Bear for Best Actress and Tom Courtenay won the Silver Bear for Best Actor. For this role, she also won the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress, the European Film Award for Best Actress, was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress, and also received nominations for the BIFA Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film and the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress..
  • 2014
    Age 68
    In 2014, she was named the new face of NARS Cosmetics to launch their new lipstick campaign.
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  • 2013
    Age 67
    In 2013, she played Dr. Evelyn Vogel in the final season of Dexter.
    More Details Hide Details Rampling also played Alice in drama Jeune et Jolie and elderly Adriana do Prado in Night Train to Lisbon. Other television roles include the ITV drama Broadchurch (2015) and the BBC drama London Spy (2015).
  • 2012
    Age 66
    For her role in the 2012 miniseries Restless, Rampling was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award.
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  • 2011
    Age 65
    In 2011, she appeared in Lars Von Trier's Melancholia.
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  • 2010
    Age 64
    In 2010, she completed filming Cleanskin, a terrorist thriller and played Miss Emily in dystopian romantic fantasy Never Let Me Go.
    More Details Hide Details She also played as Helena in the dance drama Streetdance 3D and nun Mary in The Mill and the Cross starred alongside with Michael York and Rutger Hauer.
  • 2009
    Age 63
    In 2009, Rampling appeared in Todd Solondz' Life During Wartime.
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    She has been seen on the covers of Vogue Magazine, Interview Magazine, Elle Magazine and CRUSHfanzine. In 2009, she posed nude in front of the Mona Lisa for Juergen Teller.
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  • 2006
    Age 60
    In February 2006, Rampling was named as the jury president at the 56th Berlin International Film Festival.
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  • 2002
    Age 56
    In 2002, she recorded an album entitled Comme Une Femme.
    More Details Hide Details It is in both French and English, and includes parts that are spoken word as well as tracks Rampling sang..
  • 2001
    Age 55
    They kept their secret until Rampling's mother died in 2001.
    More Details Hide Details Rampling appeared in Tony Scott's Spy Game (2001), and she earned Cesar Award nominations for Under the Sand (2000), Swimming Pool (2003), and Lemming (2005). At 59, she appeared in Laurent Cantet's Heading South (Vers le Sud), a 2005 film about sexual tourism. She plays Ellen, a professor of French literature and single Englishwoman, who holidays in 1970s Haiti to get the sexual attention she does not get at home. On her choice of roles, Rampling said, "I generally don't make films to entertain people. I choose the parts that challenge me to break through my own barriers. A need to devour, punish, humiliate or surrender seems to be a primal part of human nature, and it's certainly a big part of sex. To discover what normal means, you have to surf a tide of weirdness."
  • 1998
    Age 52
    She was engaged to Jean-Noël Tassez, a French communications tycoon, from 1998 until his death in 2015.
    More Details Hide Details Rampling lives in Paris. She also suffers from depression.
  • 1997
    Age 51
    The marriage was publicly dissolved in 1997, when Rampling learned from tabloid newspaper stories about Jarre's affairs with other women and had a nervous breakdown.
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    In 1997, she was a member of jury at the 54th Venice International Film Festival.
    More Details Hide Details Rampling credits François Ozon with drawing her back to film in the 2000s, a period when she came to terms with the death of her elder sister Sarah who, after giving birth prematurely in 1966, committed suicide at 23. "I thought that after such a long time of not letting her be with me," she told The Guardian, "I would like to bring her back into my life." The character she played in Ozon's Swimming Pool (2003), Sarah Morton, was named in her sister's honour. For most of Rampling's life, she would say only that her sister had died of a brain haemorrhage; when she and her father heard the news, they agreed they would never let her mother know the truth.
  • 1984
    Age 38
    Rampling starred in Claude Lelouch's 1984 film Long Live Life, before going on to star in the cult-film Max, Mon Amour (1986), and appear in the thriller Angel Heart (1987).
    More Details Hide Details In the 1990s, she appeared in The Wings of the Dove (1997), played Miss Havisham in a BBC television adaptation of Great Expectations (1998), and starred in the film adaptation of The Cherry Orchard (1999), directed by Michael Cacoyannis.. It took her a decade withdrew the public eye when she had overcome with depression and she made a comeback with acting in 2000.
  • 1978
    Age 32
    In 1978, Rampling married French composer Jean Michel Jarre and had a second son, David Jarre (now a musician and singer).
    More Details Hide Details She raised her stepdaughter Émilie Jarre (now a fashion designer).
  • 1974
    Age 28
    In 1974, Rampling starred in John Boorman's science-fiction film Zardoz opposite Sean Connery.
    More Details Hide Details She also starred with Peter O'Toole in Foxtrot (1976) and with Richard Harris in Orca (1977). She gained recognition from American audiences in a remake of Raymond Chandler's detective story Farewell, My Lovely, (1975) and later with Woody Allen's Stardust Memories (1980), and particularly in The Verdict (1982), an acclaimed drama directed by Sidney Lumet that starred Paul Newman.
    In 1974, she posed nude for Playboy..
    More Details Hide Details In 1976 she co-presented for Best Art Direction-Set Decoration Award with Anthony Hopkins at the 48th Academy Awards
    In 1974's The Night Porter, she portrayed a former concentration camp inmate who after World War II meets a former camp guard with whom she had an ambiguous relationship, and their relationship resumes.
    More Details Hide Details Bogarde played the camp guard. In Max mon amour, she played a woman who fell in love with a chimpanzee.
  • 1972
    Age 26
    In 1972, Rampling married New Zealand actor and publicist Bryan Southcombe and had their son, Barnaby Southcombe (now a television director), before divorcing in 1976.
    More Details Hide Details The couple was widely reported to have been living in a ménage à trois with a male model, Randall Laurence, and in 1974, Rampling was quoted by the syndicated columnist Earl Wilson as saying: "There are so many misunderstandings in life. I once caused a scandal by saying I lived with two men I didn't mean it in a sexual sense We were just like any people sharing a flat."
  • 1969
    Age 23
    In 1969, in Luchino Visconti's The Damned (La Caduta degli dei), she played a young wife sent to a Nazi concentration camp.
    More Details Hide Details Critics praised her performance, and it cast her in a whole new image: mysterious, sensitive, and ultimately tragic. "The Look" as co-star Dirk Bogarde called it, became her trademark.
  • 1967
    Age 21
    On television, Rampling played the gunfighter Hana Wilde in "The Superlative Seven", a 1967 episode of The Avengers.
    More Details Hide Details After this, her acting career blossomed in both English and French cinema. Despite an early flurry of success, she told The Independent, "We weren't happy. It was a nightmare, breaking the rules and all that. Everyone seemed to be having fun, but they were taking so many drugs they wouldn't know it anyway." Rampling has performed controversial roles.
    In 1967, she starred opposite Yul Brynner in the adventure film The Long Duel.
    More Details Hide Details She also appeared alongside Franco Nero in the Italian film Sardinia Kidnapped (Sequestro di persona) (1968), directed by Gianfranco Mingozzi. In 1969, she starred opposite Sam Waterston in the romance-drama Three, and in 1972, she starred opposite Robert Blake in the drama Corky and portrayed Anne Boleyn in the costume drama Henry VIII and His Six Wives.
  • 1966
    Age 20
    She had one sister, Sarah, who committed suicide in 1966, aged 23.
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  • 1965
    Age 19
    In 1965, she was cast in the role of Meredith in the film Georgy Girl and was given a role by John Boulting in the comedy Rotten to the Core.
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  • 1964
    Age 18
    She grew up and spent most of her childhood in Gibraltar, France, and Spain before she returned to the UK in 1964.
    More Details Hide Details She attended Académie Jeanne d'Arc in Versailles and St. Hilda's School, a boarding school in Bushey, Hertfordshire, England.
  • 1946
    Age 0
    Born on February 5, 1946.
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