Juliette Binoche

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A luminous national treasure of France, known affectionately as "La Binoche," Juliette Binoche was perhaps the most famous and internationally successfully non-British, European actress of her generation. With an ... Read more »
Born: 03/09/1964 in Paris, FR


Actor (63)

Baby Bump(s) 2017 (Movie)


Ghost in the Shell 2017 (Movie)

Dr. Ouelet (Actor)

L' Attesa 2016 (Movie)

Anna (Actor)

Polina 2016 (Movie)


Slack Bay 2016 (Movie)

Aude Van Peteghem (Actor)

The Wait 2016 (Movie)

Anna (Actor)

Clouds of Sils Maria 2015 (Movie)

Maria Enders (Actor)

Nobody Wants the Night 2015 (Movie)

Josephine Peary (Actor)

The 33 2015 (Movie)

María Segovia (Actor)

1,000 Times Good Night 2014 (Movie)

Rebecca (Actor)

Godzilla 2014 (Movie)

Sandra Brody (Actor)

Odyssey in Rome 2014 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

The Graham Norton Show 2013 - 2014 (Tv Show)


Words and Pictures 2014 (Movie)

Dina Delsanto (Actor)

Wuthering Heights (1992) 2014 (Movie)


Camille Claudel 1915 2013 (Movie)

Camille Claudel (Actor)

Cosmopolis 2012 (Movie)

Didi Fancher (Actor)

Elles 2012 (Movie)

Anne (Actor)

La vie d'une autre 2012 (Movie)


A Monkey on My Shoulder 2011 (Movie)


Certified Copy 2011 (Movie)

Elle/She (Actor)

The Son of No One 2011 (Movie)

Loren Bridges (Actor)

Paris 2009 (Movie)

Elise (Actor)

Summer Hours 2009 (Movie)

Adrienne (Actor)

Mary 2008 (Movie)

Marie Palesi/Mary Magdalene (Actor)

The Flight of the Red Balloon 2008 (Movie)

Suzanne (Actor)

Dan in Real Life 2007 (Movie)

Marie (Actor)

Disengagement 2007 (Movie)

Ana (Actor)

Paris, I Love You 2007 (Movie)

("Place Des Victoires") (Actor)

Shirin 2007 (Movie)


A Few Days in September 2006 (Movie)

Irene (Actor)

Breaking and Entering 2006 (Movie)

Amira (Actor)

Bee Season 2005 (Movie)

Miriam Naumann (Actor)

Cache 2005 (Movie)

Ann Laurent (Actor)

In My Country 2005 (Movie)

Anna Malan (Actor)

Jet Lag 2003 (Movie)

Rose (Actor)

Children of the Century 2002 (Movie)

George Sand (Actor)

In Praise of Love 2002 (Movie)


7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


Bad Blood 2001 (Movie)

Anna (Actor)

Code Unknown 2001 (Movie)

Anne (Actor)

The 73rd Annual Academy Awards 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


The Widow of Saint Pierre 2001 (Movie)

Pauline--'Madame La' (Actor)

Alice and Martin 2000 (Movie)

Alice (Actor)

Chocolat 2000 (Movie)

Vianne Rocher (Actor)

The Lovers on the Bridge 1999 (Movie)

Michele Stalens (Actor)

A Couch in New York 1997 (Movie)

Beatrice (Actor)

The English Patient 1996 (Movie)

Hana (Actor)

The Horseman on the Roof 1996 (Movie)

Pauline de Theus (Actor)

Red 1994 (Movie)

Julie (Actor)

White 1994 (Movie)

Julie (Actor)

Blue 1993 (Movie)

Julie (Actor)

Damage 1992 (Movie)

Anna Barton (Actor)

Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights 1992 (Movie)

Catherine Earnshaw/Catherine Linton (Actor)

Women & Men II 1990 - 1991 (TV Show)


Un Tour de manege 1989 (Movie)

Elsa (Actor)

The Unbearable Lightness of Being 1988 (Movie)

Tereza (Actor)

Rendez-vous 1987 (Movie)

Nina Larrieu (Actor)

Mon beau-frere a tue ma soeur 1986 (Movie)

Esther (Actor)

Hail Mary 1985 (Movie)

Juliette (Actor)

La Vie de Famille 1983 (Movie)

Natacha (Actor)

Les Nanas 1983 (Movie)


Liberty Belle 1982 (Movie)



A luminous national treasure of France, known affectionately as "La Binoche," Juliette Binoche was perhaps the most famous and internationally successfully non-British, European actress of her generation. With an impeccable art house résumé, including "Rendez-vous" ("Rendezvous") (1985), "Mauvais Sang" ("Bad Blood"), "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1988), and "Les Amants du Pont-Neuf" ("The Lovers on the Bridge") (1991), Binoche cemented her reign as a critical darling with dazzling performances in "Trois couleurs: Bleu" ("Blue") (1993) and her Oscar-winning role in "The English Patient" (1996). The ethereal, mysterious quality so uniquely Binoche still served her well after her Oscar win and second nomination for "Chocolat" (2000), as she continued to notch successes both commercial - "Dan in Real Life" (2007) - and artistic - "Le voyage du ballon rouge" ("Flight of the Red Balloon") (2008). A celebrated painter and dancer as well as global acting icon, Binoche earned one of the most impressive collections of acting awards and nominations. The sylph-like beauty enjoyed an exceedingly unique career, unwaveringly beloved by fans and critics alike.


Jean-Marie Binoche

Separated from Binoche's mother c. 1968

Léos Carax Director

Together from 1987-1991 directed Binoche in "Bad Blood" (1986) and "Les Amants du Pont-Neuf" (1991) Binoche has stated the "intensity" of working together caused their relationship to end

Daniel Day-Lewis Actor

Had brief affair during filming of "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1988)

Andre Halle

Father of Raphael lived together from 1991-1993

Raphael Halle

Born Sept. 2, 1993 father, Andre Halle

Camille Humeau

Born c. 1978

Benoit Magimel

Co-starred in "Les Enfants du siecle" (1999) together from 1999-2003 father of Hana

Hana Magimel

Born December 16, 1999 father, Benoit Magimel

Benoît Magimel Actor


Olivier Martinez Actor

Met during filming of "Horseman on the Roof" (1995) Dated from 1994-97

Monique Stalens

Polish separated from Binoche's father c. 1968

Marion Stalens

Born c. 1962


Attended Catholic boarding school

National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts of Paris

Paris 1981
Left after a few months

Studied acting with Vera Gregh

1970 - 1981
Attended a Paris lycee specializing in the arts



Cast in "The Son of No One," co-starring Al Pacino and Channing Tatum


Starred in the romantic drama "Paris"


Played a woman loved by sibling rivals Steve Carell and Dane Cook in romantic comedy "Dan in Real Life"


Reunited with director Anthony Minghella for "Breaking and Entering"


Starred opposite Samuel L. Jackson, as an Afrikaans poet in "In My Country"


Co-starred with Richard Gere in the family drama "Bee Season"


Co-starred in the high-flying romantic comedy "Jet Lag"


Starred in the drama "Children of The Century"


Teamed on screen for the first time with Daniel Auteuil in the period drama "La Veuve de Saint Pierre"


Broadway debut in revival of Harold Pinter's "Betrayal"; earned a Tony Award nomination


Starred opposite Johnny Depp in Lasse Hallstrom's "Chocolat"; received a Best Actress Oscar nomination


Had lead role as an actres in "Code Unknown"


Portrayed George Sand in Diane Kurys' "Les Enfants du siecle"


Starred as a musician who embarks on an affair with a younger man in Andre Techine's "Alice et Martin"


Made British stage acting debut in "Naked" by Luigi Pirandello


Reunited with Fiennes for Anthony Minghella's "The English Patient"; earned Best Supporting Actress Oscar


Named spokesmodel for Lancome


Dropped out of filming Claude Berri's "Ils partirant dans l'ivress/Lucie Aubrac" due to creative differences with the director; replaced by Carole Bouquet


Starred in Krzysztof Kieslowski's "Three Colors: Blue"; earned a Golden Globe nomination; later reprised role in the second and third parts, "Red" and "White" (both 1994)


Co-starred with Ralph Fiennes in "Wuthering Heights"; aired in the US on TNT (1994)


Portrayed a woman who begins a sexual relationship with the father of her fiance in "Damage"


American TV debut in Mike Figgis' segment of the HBO production "Women & Men II"


Starred in Carax's "Les Amants du Pont-Neuf/The Lovers on the Bridge"; completed after three years of filming due to financing problems; not released theatrically in the USA until 1999


English-language acting debut, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being"


First collaboration with Leos Carax, "Mauvais sang/Bad Blood"


Appeared in "Hail Mary/Je vous salue, Marie" in a role specifically written for her by Jean-Luc Godard


First leading role in features in "Rendez-vous"; directed by Andre Techine


Had early TV credits in the French productions "Dorothee ou la Danseuse de Fil" and "Fort Bloque"


Film debut in small role in Pascal Kane's "Liberty Belle"


Moved from the French countryside to Paris with her older sister at age 15

Began acting in school productions

Worked onstage in France in productions including "Henry IV" and Moliere's "The Imaginary Invalid"

Bonus Trivia


Binoche reportedly had to turn down the lead in "Jurassic Park" because she was committed to filming Kieslowski's "Three Colors" trilogy.


In 1995, she was originally cast as the lead in "Lucie Aubrac" (1997) opposite Daniel Auteuil but left the project over creative differences with the director, Claude Berri. She and Auteuil finally acted opposite one another five years later in "The Widow of St. Pierre" (2000).