Catherine Deneuve

Actor, Model, Producer
A paradigm of Gallic beauty, Catherine Deneuve's flawless features and chilly onscreen persona made her the art house muse of Europe's greatest directors and an unrelenting object of desire for men the world over ... Read more »
Born: 10/22/1943 in Paris, FR


Actor (121)

Hedonist 2015 - 2016 (TV Show)


Le Cancre 2016 (Movie)

Marguerite (Actor)

Standing Tall 2016 (Movie)

The Judge (Actor)

The Brand New Testament 2016 (Movie)

Martine (Actor)

3 Hearts 2015 (Movie)

The Mother (Actor)

In the Courtyard 2015 (Movie)

Mathilde (Actor)

In the Name of My Daughter 2015 (Movie)

Renée Le Roux (Actor)

Abattre 2014 (Movie)


On My Way 2014 (Movie)

Bettie (Actor)

Astérix et Obélix: Au Service de sa Majesté 2012 (Movie)

Queen Cordelia (Actor)

Beloved 2012 (Movie)

Madeleine 2 (Actor)

God Loves Caviar 2012 (Movie)


Lines of Wellington 2012 (Movie)

Severina (Actor)

The Big Picture 2012 (Movie)

Anne (Actor)

His Mother's Eyes 2011 (Movie)


Potiche 2011 (Movie)

Suzanne (Actor)

The Girl on the Train 2010 (Movie)

Louise (Actor)

Bancs publics 2009 (Movie)

La cliente à la petite armoire (Actor)

Cyprien 2009 (Movie)

Vivianne (Actor)

Hidden Diary 2009 (Movie)


A Christmas Tale 2008 (Movie)

Junon (Actor)

I Want to See 2008 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

Mes Stars et moi 2008 (Movie)

Solange Duvivier (Actor)

Apres Lui 2007 (Movie)

Camille (Actor)

Persepolis 2007 (Movie)

Voice of Marjane's Mother Tadji (Actor)

Changing Times 2006 (Movie)

Cecile (Actor)

Le Concile De Pierre 2006 (Movie)

Sybille (Actor)

Le Heros De La Famille 2006 (Movie)

Alice (Actor)

Nip/Tuck 2006 (Tv Show)


The 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards 2005 - 2006 (TV Show)


Kings and Queen 2005 (Movie)

Mme. Vasset (Actor)

Palais Royal! 2005 (Movie)

Eugenia (Actor)

A Talking Picture 2004 (Movie)

Delphine (Actor)

Dangerous Liaisons 2003 - 2004 (TV Show)


Francois Truffaut, An Autobiography 2004 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

8 Women 2002 (Movie)

Gaby (Actor)

I'm Going Home 2002 (Movie)

Marguerite (Actor)

Nearest To Heaven 2002 (Movie)


Tanguy 2002 (Movie)


Absolument fabuleux 2001 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

Le Petit Poucet 2001 (Movie)


The 10th Annual IFP Gotham Awards 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


The Musketeer 2001 (Movie)

The Queen of France (Actor)

Clouds 2000 (Movie)

(French language version) (Narrator)

Dancer in the Dark 2000 (Movie)

Kathy (Actor)

Place Vendôme 2000 (Movie)

Marianne (Actor)

Pola X 2000 (Movie)

Marie (Actor)

Roman Polanski: Reflections of Darkness 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)


The 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)


Time Regained 2000 (Movie)

Odette de Forcheville (Actor)

Belle Maman 1999 (Movie)

Lea (Actor)

East-West 1999 (Movie)

Gabrielle Develay (Actor)

Night Wind 1999 (Movie)

Helene (Actor)

One Hundred and One Nights 1999 (Movie)

Actor for a Day (Actor)

The Book That Wrote Itself 1999 (Movie)

(cameo appearance) (Actor)

The Entertainment Business 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)


Genealogies d'un crime 1998 (Movie)

Solange (Actor)

The Young Girls of Rochefort 1998 (Movie)

Delphine Garnier (Actor)

Les Voleurs 1996 (Movie)

Marie (Actor)

Ma Saison Preferee 1996 (Movie)

Emilie (Actor)

The Convent 1995 (Movie)

Helene Padovic (Actor)

The Chess Game 1994 (Movie)

Marquise (Actor)

The Universe of Jacques Demy 1994 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

50th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)


The 65th Annual Academy Awards 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)


Indochine 1992 (Movie)

Eliane (Actor)

Contre l'oubli 1991 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

La Reine Blanche 1991 (Movie)

Liliane Ripoche (Actor)

Helmut Newton: Frames From the Edge 1989 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

A Strange Place to Meet 1988 (Movie)

France (Actor)

Frequence meurtre 1988 (Movie)

Jeanne Quester (Actor)

Agent Trouble 1987 (Movie)

Amanda Weber (Actor)

Le Lieu du Crime 1987 (Movie)

Lili (Actor)

Pourvu que ce soit une fille 1986 (Movie)

Aunt Claudia (Actor)

Words and Music 1986 (Movie)

Margaux Marker (Actor)

Fort Saganne 1983 (Movie)

Louise Tissot (Actor)

The Hunger 1983 (Movie)

Miriam (Actor)

L' Africain 1982 (Movie)

Charlotte (Actor)

Le Bon Plaisir 1982 (Movie)

Claire (Actor)

Hotel des Ameriques 1981 (Movie)

Helene (Actor)

Le Choc 1981 (Movie)

Claire (Actor)

The Choice of Weapons 1981 (Movie)

Nicole (Actor)

The Last Metro 1981 (Movie)

Marion Steiner (Actor)

Reporters 1980 (Movie)


I Love You 1979 (Movie)

Alice (Actor)

A nous deux 1978 (Movie)

Francoise (Actor)

Courage Fuyons 1978 (Movie)

Eva Silver (Actor)

Ils sont grands ces petits 1978 (Movie)

Louise (Actor)

Ecoute Voir... 1977 (Movie)

Claude Alphand (Actor)

L' Argent des autres 1977 (Movie)

Cecile Rainier (Actor)

March Or Die 1977 (Movie)

Simone Picard (Actor)

The Beach House 1976 (Movie)


Anima Persa 1975 (Movie)

Elisa Stolz (Actor)

Hustle 1975 (Movie)

Nicole Britton (Actor)

Si c'etait a refaire 1975 (Movie)

Catherine (Actor)

Fatti di Gente Perbene 1974 (Movie)

Linda Murri (Actor)

Le Sauvage 1974 (Movie)

Nelly Chastellier (Actor)

L' Agression 1973 (Movie)

Sarah (Actor)

La Femme aux Bottes Rouges 1973 (Movie)

Francoise (Actor)

Zig-Zig 1973 (Movie)

Marie (Actor)

Don't Touch the White Woman! 1972 (Movie)

Marie-Helene (Actor)

Un Flic 1971 (Movie)

Cathy (Actor)

Ca n'arrive qu'aux autres 1970 (Movie)

Catherine (Actor)

La Cagna 1970 (Movie)

Liza (Actor)

Mississippi Mermaid 1970 (Movie)

Marion/Julie Roussel (Actor)

Tristana 1970 (Movie)

Tristana (Actor)

Donkey Skin 1969 (Movie)

Peau d'ane (Actor)

Heartbeat 1969 (Movie)

Lucile (Actor)

Langlois 1969 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

The April Fools 1969 (Movie)

Catherine Gunther (Actor)

Benjamin, or the Diary of an Innocent Young Man 1968 (Movie)

Anne DeClecy (Actor)

Mayerling 1968 (Movie)

Baroness Maria Vetsera (Actor)

Belle de Jour 1967 (Movie)

Severine Serizy (Actor)

The Worlds's Most Beautiful Swindles 1967 (Movie)

("L'homme qui vendit la tour eiffel") (Actor)

La Vie de Chateau 1965 (Movie)

Marie (Actor)

Repulsion 1965 (Movie)

Carol Ledoux (Actor)

Les Creatures 1964 (Movie)

Mylene (Actor)

Man Hunt 1964 (Movie)

Denise (Actor)

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg 1964 (Movie)

Genevieve Emery (Actor)

Vice and Virtue 1963 (Movie)

Justine (Actor)
Music (2)

Dancer in the Dark 2000 (Movie)

("Cvalda") (Song Performer)

Courage Fuyons 1978 (Movie)

("Amsterdam Girl") (Song Performer)
Producer (1)

A Strange Place to Meet 1988 (Movie)



A paradigm of Gallic beauty, Catherine Deneuve's flawless features and chilly onscreen persona made her the art house muse of Europe's greatest directors and an unrelenting object of desire for men the world over. Though her talent was undisputed, it was often overshadowed by her extraordinary beauty. Any doubts that she was fated to be a star were dispelled once Jacques Demy cast her in his critically acclaimed feature film musical "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" (1964). Three years later, the French actress became an international movie star after starring as a bored housewife who fulfills her sexual fantasies while working as an afternoon call girl in Luis Bunuel's classic, "Belle de Jour" (1967). Living a glamorous life filled with more than its share of drama and passion, the great beauty proved herself a great artist as well, particularly as she aged and played down that which had made her famous.



Born December 31, 1996 son of Chiara Mastroianni and Pierre Torreton


Born April 22, 2003 daughter of Chiara Mastroianni and Benjamin Biolay

David Bailey

Married from 1965-1972

Igor Divetain-Vadim

Born in 1987 son of Christian Vadim and Hortense Divetain

Francoise Dorleac Actor

Born in 1942 killed in a car crash in 1967 appeared with Deneuve in several films, including "The Young Girls of Rochefort" (1967)

Maurice Dorleac


Renee Dorleac

French was the French voice of Esther Williams

Danielle Dorleac


Sylvie Dorleac


Pierre Lescure

Together c. 1984 to c. 1991

Chiara Mastroianni Actor

Born May 28, 1972 father, Marcello Mastroianni co-starred with her mother in the film "Ma Saison Preferee" (1993)

Marcello Mastroianni Actor

Together from 1971 to 1975 father of Chiara

Francois Truffaut Director


Roger Vadim Director

Met in 1961 father of Christian

Christian Vadim

Born in 1963 father, Roger Vadim

Lou Vadim

Born in 2010 daughter of Christian Vadim and Caroline Buffatini



Voiced the mother in "Persepolis"; Marjane Satrapi's animated film based on the graphic novel of the same name


Published her diary A l'ombre de moi-meme/In My Shadow; Deneuve writes about her experiences shooting the films "Indochine" and "Dancer in the Dark"


Starred in Manoel de Oliveira's "Um Filme Falado/A Talking Picture"


Had featured role in comedy "8 Women"


Appeared in award-winning drama "Dancer in the Dark" starring Bjork


Earned praise for her performance as a jeweler's widow in "Place Vendome"


Reteamed with Techine for "Les Voleurs/Thieves"


Starred in Manoel de Oliveira's "The Convent"


Co-starred in Techine's "Ma saison preferee/My Favorite Season" (released in the USA in 1996)


Received Best Actress Oscar nomination for "Indochine"


First film as producer (also actress), "Drole d'endroit pour une rencontre/A Strange Place to Meet"


Profile chosen as the model for the symbol of the French Republic, "Marianne" (a statuette of which is displayed in every city and town hall in the country)


Appeared opposite Susan Sarandon in the vampire-themed "The Hunger"


First of four films (to date) with Andre Techine, "Hotel des Ameriques"


Reteamed with Truffaut for "The Last Metro"; first of six films with Gerard Depardieu


Returned to Hollywood to co-star opposite Burt Reynolds in "Hustle"


Starred in "Le Sauvage"; directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau


Co-starred with Mastroianni in the Jacques Demy-directed "A Slightly Pregnant Man"


First of five films with Marcello Mastroianni, "It Only Happens to Others"


Third film with Demy, "Peau d'anne/Donkey Skin"


First Hollywood film, "The April Fools"


Played dual role in Francois Truffaut's "The Mississippi Mermaid"


Reteamed with Demy for the musical "Les Demoiselles of Rochefort/The Young Girls of Rochefort"; starred with her sister Francoise Dorleac, playing twin sisters


Cast as a bored housewife who becomes a call girl in Luis Bunuel's "Belle de Jour"


English language debut in Roman Polanski's "Repulsion"


Starred in Jacques Demy's award-winning musical "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg"


Film acting debut in "Les Petits Chats" (billed as Catherine Dorleac)


First film appearance (a bit part) in "Les Collegiennes" (billed as Catherine Dorleac)

Bonus Trivia


She has her own line of beauty products, Deneuve perfumes