Carole Bouquet

Actor, Model
Though primarily a star in her native France, actress Carole Bouquet made a lasting impression as one of the more widely recognized Bond Girls for her performance opposite Roger Moore's 007 in "For Your Eyes Only" ... Read more »
Born: 08/17/1957 in France


Actor (49)

Do Not Disturb 2014 (Movie)

Nathalie Leproux (Actor)

On se depeche d'en rire 2014 (Movie)


Rosemary's Baby 2013 - 2014 (TV Show)


Mauvaise Fille 2012 (Movie)


Unforgivable 2012 (Movie)

Judith (Actor)

Protéger et servir 2010 (Movie)

Aude Lettelier (Actor)

Je vais te manquer 2009 (Movie)


Behind the Walls 2008 (Movie)

Wire's Mother (Actor)

The Children of Timpelbach 2008 (Movie)


Bienvenue chez le Rozes 2007 (Movie)


Perfect Match? 2007 (Movie)

Helene (Actor)

L' Enfer 2005 (Movie)

The mother (Actor)

Nordeste 2005 (Movie)


Housewarming 2004 (Movie)


Les Fautes d'orthographe 2004 (Movie)


Red Lights 2004 (Movie)

Hélène (Actor)

Sex and the City 2004 (Tv Show)


BLANCHE 2002 (Movie)


See How They Run 2002 (Movie)


Wasabi 2002 (Movie)

Sophia (Actor)

That Obscure Object of Desire 2001 (Movie)

Conchita (Actor)

Le Pique-nique de Lulu Kreutz 2000 (Movie)

Anna Ghirardi (Actor)

Regarding Bunuel 2000 (Movie)


Un Pont Entre Deux Rives 2000 (Movie)

Mina (Actor)

Lucie Aubrac 1999 (Movie)

Lucie Bernard (Actor)

In All Innocence 1998 (Movie)

Viviane (Actor)

Poussieres d'amour 1997 (Movie)


A Business Affair 1995 (Movie)

Kate Swallow (Actor)

Dead Tired 1995 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

The Look 1993 - 1994 (TV Show)


Tango 1993 (Movie)


Contre l'oubli 1991 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

Donne Con le Gonne 1991 (Movie)

Margherita (Actor)

Too Beautiful For You 1990 (Movie)

Florence Barthelemy (Actor)

Bunker Palace Hotel 1989 (Movie)

Clara (Actor)

Cold Cuts 1987 (Movie)

Young Girl (Actor)

Jenatsch 1987 (Movie)

Lucrezia (Actor)

Double Messieurs 1986 (Movie)

Helene (Actor)

Le Mal d'aimer 1986 (Movie)

Eleonore (Actor)

Special Police 1984 (Movie)


Le Bon Roi Dagobert 1983 (Movie)

Hemere (Actor)

Rive droite, rive gauche 1983 (Movie)


Bingo Bongo 1982 (Movie)

Laura (Actor)

Mystere 1982 (Movie)

Mystere (Actor)

Nemo 1982 (Movie)

Rals-Akrai (Actor)

For Your Eyes Only 1981 (Movie)

Melina Havelock (Actor)

The Persian Lamb Coat 1979 (Movie)

Valentine (Actor)

Aurore (Movie)


The Red and the Black (TV Show)



Though primarily a star in her native France, actress Carole Bouquet made a lasting impression as one of the more widely recognized Bond Girls for her performance opposite Roger Moore's 007 in "For Your Eyes Only" (1981). Prior to her breakout film, Bouquet starred in Luis Bunuel's "That Obscure Object of Desire" (1977) and Bertrand Blier's "Cold Cuts" (1979), which starred future companion, Gerard Depardieu, with whom she had a long-term liaison nearly 20 years later. Meanwhile, she was primed for stardom following her role in "For Your Eyes Only," but opted to make films in Europe instead of pursuing a career in Hollywood. All throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Bouquet was a major star in France, turning in noted performances in films like "Dagger Eyes" (1983), "Double Messieurs" (1986) and "Too Beautiful for You" (1989). Director Francis Ford Coppola cast him for his segment of the anthology "New York Stories" (1989), which brought her briefly to the States, but the actress again opted to make movies at home and turned in one of her better performances in the true-to-life "Lucie Aubrac" (1997). Her personal life took a hit in the next century when her engagement with Depardieu fell apart and she later became tabloid fodder for an alleged affair with French president Nicolas Sarkozy. Regardless, Bouquet remained a popular celebrity in France whose notably alluring beauty only became more refined with age.


Gérard Depardieu Actor

Met 1979 Became romantically involved 1997 Ended relationship 2005


Paris Conservatoire

transferred from Sorbonne to study acting

Sorbonne, University of Paris

entered at age 15; transferred out



Had featured role in "Wasabi"


Starred opposite off-screen companion Gerard Depardieu in "Un Pont entre deux rives/A Birdge Between Two Shores"


Replace Juliette Binoche in title role of Claude Berri's historical drama "Lucie Aubrac" (released in the USA in 1999)


Played character named Carole Bouquet in Michel Blanc's comedy "Dead Tired/Grosse Fatigue" (released in the USA in 1995)


Had small role in Francis Ford Coppola's segment ("Life Without Zoe") of "New York Stories"


Cast opposite Roger Moore in the James Bond film "For Your Eyes Only"


Film acting debut in Luis Bunuel's "That Obscure Object of Desire"

Selected as model for Chanel Number 5 perfume

Bonus Trivia


"Bouquet ... has finally admitted that she was so overcome during a love scene with [Roger] Moore in "For Your Eyes Only" that she actually fainted.... 'I was scared ... It was the first time I kissed someone [in a movie]. When I was very young, I got out of things by fainting. If I was bored at dinner, I would faint. It was my way of escaping.'" --"Roger Moore Floored Me With His Lips" by Gersh Kuntzman in New York Post, July 5, 1995.


She received a Silver Nymph Award as Best Actress in a Television Miniseries for "Le rouge et la noir" at the 38th Monte Carlo Television Festival in 1998.