|He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not||2003||Actor||Angélique||20037|
|Thérèse||2013||Actor||Thérèse Larroque - épouse Desqueyroux||20137|
|A Very Long Engagement||2004||Actor||Mathilde||20047|
|Ensemble, C'Est Tout||2007||Actor||Camille||20077|
|Nowhere To Go But UP||2003||Actor||n/a||20037|
|Coco Before Chanel||2009||Actor||Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel||20097|
|God is Great, I'm Not||2002||Actor||Michele||20027|
|The Beating of Butterfly's Wings||2014||Actor||n/a||20147|
|The Da Vinci Code||2006||Actor||Sophie Neveu||20067|
|L' Auberge Espagnole||2003||Actor||Martine||20037|
|Pas sur la Bouche||2003||Actor||Huguette Verberie||20037|
|Dirty Pretty Things||2003||Actor||Senay||20037|
|Venus Beauty Institute (French)||2000||Actor||Marie||20007|
|Portrayed French cryptologist, Sophie Neveu in the film version of Dan Brown's best-selling novel, "The Da Vinci Code"; directed by Ron Howard and starring Tom Hanks|
|Portrayed a gamine beauty seeking love and spiritual fulfillment in "Dieu est grand, je suis toute petite (God Is Great, I'm Not)"|
|Appeared in the TV-movies, "Coeur de cible" and "Le Crime d'a cote"|
|Cast opposite Vincent Perez in "Épouse-moi (Marry Me)" and "Le Libertin (The Libertine)"|
|Moved to Paris|
|Gained international fame for her performance as the eccentric Amélie in the romantic French comedy "Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain (Amélie)"; directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet; earned a César Award nomination|
|Starred in Cedric Klapish's "L'Auberge espagnole (The Spanish Apartment)"|
|English-language film debut, "Dirty Pretty Things"; directed by Stephen Frears|
|Feature debut in Tonie Marshall's "Vénus beauté (institut)" playing a naive beauty salon worker (released in France in 1999)|
|Featured in the telefilm "Bebes boum"|
|Attended the prestigious Cours Florent|
|Announced as the new face of Chanel|
|Re-teamed with director Jean-Pierre Jeunet for "Un long dimanche de fiançailles (A Very Long Engagement)"|
|Portrayed the heroine in "Le Battement d'ailes du papillon (Happenstance)"|
|"I don't care how much money they pay me. I'm not out to promote myself. I'm not ambitious. I'm anguished. I just want to act." - Tautou quoted in Talk magazine, October 2001|
|"The moment I saw Audrey I was sure she was the one. She had that innocence, that determination the character needed. She's an elf. And she had what I love in actors: precision, rigour, imagination." - Jean-Pierre Jeunet, the director of "Amelie" quoted in The Daily Telegraph, Oct. 2, 2001|
|"For me the whole thing was so brutal, so new. I felt extremely fragile. I didn't feel that I'd actually found my feet in the job I was doing. OK, I'd just begun, I had made a film which was good, but hey, I'm an actress and there are lots of other things which I want to do which don't really go with the 'star' image. I wanted to put on plays with friends, to go travelling. I knew there had been a big change, somewhere, but I felt it was really just the way that people were looking at me that had changed. It was their perceptions.
"But the apprehension before talking a role, the way of tackling a part, the way you behave on set - well, none of that changed. For me all that is exactly the same. That's my work, that's my pleasure and it is for that that I am paid. For the rest, the being a star, I don't get paid." - Tautou quoted in The Daily Telegraph, Oct. 2, 2001
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