Sophie Marceau

Actor, Director, Screenwriter
A sultry French actress, Sophie Marceau gained no small degree of popularity in her native country before earning wide exposure as the French Princess of Wales in Mel Gibson's Oscar-winning blockbuster, "Braveheart" ... Read more »
Born: 11/17/1966 in Paris, FR


Actor (42)

Jailbirds 2016 (Movie)

Mathilde Leroy (Actor)

Tu veux ou tu veux pas? 2014 (Movie)


Une Rencontre 2014 (Movie)

Elsa (Actor)

Arrêtez-moi 2013 (Movie)


Happiness Never Comes Alone 2012 (Movie)

Charlotte (Actor)

L' âge de Raison 2010 (Movie)

Margaret (Actor)

De l'autre cote du lit 2009 (Movie)


Les derniers jours du monde 2009 (Movie)


Lol 2009 (Movie)

Anne (Actor)

Ne Te Retourne Pas 2009 (Movie)


Percussions 2009 (Movie)

Muriel (Actor)

Female Agents 2008 (Movie)

Louise Desfontaines (Actor)

Trivial 2007 (Movie)

Victoria (Actor)

Anthony Zimmer 2005 (Movie)


Alex & Emma 2003 (Movie)

Paulina Delacroix (Actor)

Je Reste 2003 (Movie)


Nelly 2003 (Movie)

Nelly (Actor)

Belphegor (le fantome du Louvre) 2001 (Movie)

Lisa/ Belphegor (Actor)

La Fidelite 2000 (Movie)

Clelia (Actor)

Beyond the Clouds 1999 (Movie)

The Girl (Actor)

Lost and Found 1999 (Movie)

Lila Dubois (Actor)

The World Is Not Enough 1999 (Movie)

Elektra King (Actor)

William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream 1999 (Movie)

Hippolyta (Actor)

Firelight 1998 (Movie)

Elisabeth Laurier (Actor)

Anna Karenina 1997 (Movie)

Anna Karenina (Actor)

Marquise 1997 (Movie)

Marquise Du Parc (Actor)

Braveheart 1995 (Movie)

Princess Isabelle (Actor)

D'Artagnan's Daughter 1994 (Movie)

Eloise--D'Artagnan's Daughter (Actor)

Fanfan 1993 (Movie)

Fanfan (Actor)

Pour Sacha 1992 (Movie)

Laura (Actor)

La Note bleue 1991 (Movie)

Solange--age 20 (Actor)

Pacific Palisades 1990 (Movie)

Bernadette (Actor)

Mes nuits sont plus belles que vos jours 1989 (Movie)

Blanche (Actor)

Chouans! 1988 (Movie)

Celine (Actor)

L' Etudiante 1988 (Movie)

Valentine (Actor)

Descente aux enfers 1986 (Movie)

Lola Kolber (Actor)

Police 1986 (Movie)

Noria--the Dealer's Girlfriend (Actor)

Amour Braque 1983 (Movie)

Mary (Actor)

Fort Saganne 1983 (Movie)

Madeleine De Saint Ilette (Actor)

Joyeuses Paques 1983 (Movie)


La Boum 2 1981 (Movie)

Vic (Actor)

La Boum 1979 (Movie)

Vic (Actor)
Director (2)

Trivial 2007 (Movie)


Parlez Moi D'Amour 2002 (Movie)

Writer (1)

Trivial 2007 (Movie)



A sultry French actress, Sophie Marceau gained no small degree of popularity in her native country before earning wide exposure as the French Princess of Wales in Mel Gibson's Oscar-winning blockbuster, "Braveheart" (1995). Prior to her American breakthrough, Marceau became a star in France thanks to starring roles in "La boum" ("The Party") (1980) and its popular 1982 sequel, which earned her a Cesar as Most Promising Newcomer. She went on to deliver noted performances in "Joyeuses Pâques" (1984) and "Fort Saganne" (1984), before starting a collaboration with Polish director and husband of 17 years, Andrzej Zulawski, on "L'Amour braque" (1985). She made her U.S. debut in the French comedy, "Pacific Palisades" (1990), but it was her supporting turn as William Wallace's unlikely lover and ally in "Braveheart" that served as her true introduction to American audiences. From there, Marceau starred as the titular "Anna Karenina" (1997), was one of the main villains in the James Bond adventure, "The World is Not Enough" (1999), and had a supporting turn in Rob Reiner's "Alex and Emma" (2003). Despite her success in America, Marceau was mainly a supporting actress in Hollywood, which led to a return to France where the talented performer resumed her mantle of being one of her country's top leading ladies.



born on June 13, 2002 father, Jim Lemley

Christopher Lambert Actor

Began dating in 2007 Co-starred in the French film "Trivial/La disparue de Deauville" (2007)

Jim Lemley

met during filming of "Anna Karenina"

Benoit Maupu


Simone Maupu


Sylvain Maupu


Andrzej Zulawski

born c. 1942 together since 1985 first worked together on "L'Amour Braque" (1984) separated in 2001

Vincent Zulawski

born on July 24, 1995 father, Andrzej Zulawski


Ecole Florent




Cast as Polina in the romantic comedy "Alex and Emma"


Made screenwriting and directing debut with "Parlez moi d'amour/Talk to Me About Love" (lensed 2001), starring Judith Godreche and Jacques Dutronc


Starred in "La Fidelite/Fidelity" alongside Pascal Greggory and Guillaume Canet; directed by husband Andrzej Zulawski


Appeared as Elektra King in the 19th James Bond feature, "The World Is Not Enough"


Co-starred with David Spade in "Lost and Found"


Starred opposite Stephen Dillane in "Firelight"; played 19th Century governess who agrees to have a child for a wealthy Englishman


Cast as "Anna Karenina"


English-language debut, "Braveheart"


Wrote and directed short film "L'aube a l'envers/Dawn in Reverse"; debuted at Cannes; starred Vincent Perez and Judith Godreche


Played title role in Bernard Tavernier's "D'Artagnan's Daughter"


Stage debut in "Eurydice" (directed by Georges Wilson)


Had feature role in "Police"


Reprised role in "La Boum 2/The Party 2"


Film acting debut (as star) in "La Boum/The Party"

Chosen as model for perfume ads by Guerlain