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Julie Delpy
Julie Delpy

Birth Date: December 21, 1969

Birth Place: Paris, France

Height: 5' 6½"

Quote: "I think you can be friends and lovers. But I think friendship is also about wanting something from people. Wanting affection and wanting to give it."


Julie Delpy Biography

Possessing skin the quality of alabaster, the luminously beautiful Parisian-born Julie Delpy acted for some of the best directors in Europe long before her 20th birthday. The daughter of actors, she made her stage debut at age five and appeared on the big screen for the first time before she was 10. Although she worked occasionally during the ensuing years, her career began in earnest with Jean Luc-Godard's "Detective" (1985), after which Delpy gained her first real attention in Godard disciple Leos Carax's "Mauvais sang/Bad Blood", followed by her first starring role in Bertrand Tavernier's "Beatrice" (both 1986), playing a 14th Century victim of incest and rape. After reteaming with Godard for her first English-language film, "King Lear" (1987), she portrayed a nun, the Virgin Mary and a temptress in Carlos Saura's "The Dark Night" (1989).

Delpy moved to the United States in 1990 but continued collaborating with European directors and raising her international profile further. In Agnieszka Holland's true-life chronicle "Europa, Europa" (1990), she played a beautiful yet ideologically repulsive young German who, in her flirtations with the Jewish protagonist, displays both the blind obstinacy of Nazi youth and the allure of a young girl coming into womanhood. In Volker Schlondorff's "Voyager" (1991, adapted from Max Frisch's German classic "Homo Faber"), she encounters Sam Shepard's world-weary middle-aged engineer on board a ship sailing to Paris. Inventing excuses to run into him, the precocious young thing wears down his initial resistance until her charms and almost unbearably fragile beauty take effect. Shortly after they become lovers when Shepard realizes she may be his daughter, the tale becomes truly gripping with its overtones of Greek tragedy that keep the audience guessing up to the very end.

Delpy's character Dominique appeared in all the segments of Kryztsztof Kieslowski's "Trois couleurs/Three Colors" trilogy, her small roles in "Bleu/Blue" (1993) and "Rouge/Red" (1994) sandwiched around a compelling star turn in "Blanc/White" (also 1994). The beautiful, haughty, unforgiving and irresistible hairdresser of "White" was the very embodiment of France, divorcing her feckless and impotent Polish hairdresser husband only to reunite with him after his own funeral. Her first Hollywood film cast her in the Raquel Welch part (from Richard Lester's 70s "Musketeers" series) in Stephen Herek's 1993 remake of "The Three Musketeers", but she attracted more attention for her foray into Tarantinoesque violence and irony in Roger Avary's feature directing debut, "Killing Zoe" (1994), portraying the angelic French whore who captures the fancy of dimwit safecracker Eric Stoltz.

Building on the intensive summer session she spent at New York University's film school in 1988, Delpy wrote, directed and co-starred in the 12-minute short "Blah, Blah, Blah" (1995), a comical look at two sexually frustrated girls, which made a strong showing at the 1996 Sundance Film Festival. She starred as French student Celine opposite Ethan Hawke's American tourist Jesse in Richard Linklater's unhurried romance "Before Sunrise" (1996) and then acted in her first horror flick, "An American Werewolf in Paris" (1997), playing a good girl who turns bad at the full moon. Some of her best opportunities in the late 90s came on the small screen as co-star of the NBC miniseries "Crime and Punishment" (1998) and as American Barbara Branden in the Showtime TV-movie "The Passion of Ayn Rand" (1999). She also co-starred opposite Adam Goldberg as a New York couple who drive one another crazy despite being in love in the 1999 ABC sitcom pilot "True Love". On the directing horizon, she helmed her debut feature "Tell Me" (lensed 1999), about a neurotic woman taken hostage by a dimwitted thief.

Delpy reprised her Before Sunrise character, Celine, in a 2004 sequel, Before Sunset. The film was well-received and earned Delpy, who co-wrote the script, her first Academy Award nomination for Writing Adapted Screenplay. Delpy is also an accomplished musical artist. She released a self-titled CD in 2003. Three tracks from the album, "A Waltz For A Night", "An Ocean Apart" and "Je T'Aime Tant" were featured in Before Sunset.

Julie Delpy Filmography

Bhopal (2007) .... Eva
Passages, Les (2006) .... Anna
The Air I Breathe (2007) .... Gina
Deux jours à Paris (2007) .... Marion
-- aka Two Days
-- aka Two Days in Paris
The Hoax (2006) .... Nina Van Pallandt
The Legend of Lucy Keyes (2006) .... Jeanne Cooley
3 & 3 (2005) .... Charlotte
Broken Flowers (2005) .... Sherry
"Frankenstein" (2004) (mini) TV Series .... Caroline Frankenstein
Before Sunset (2004) .... Celine
Notting Hill Anxiety Festival (2003) .... Charlotte
Looking for Jimmy (2002) .... Al
Villa des roses (2002) .... Louise Créteur
CinéMagique (2002) .... Marguerite
"ER" .... Nicole (7 episodes, 2001)
Beginner's Luck (2001) .... Anya
Waking Life (2001) (voice) .... Celine
MacArthur Park (2001) .... Wendy
Investigating Sex (2001) .... Chloe
Sand (2000) .... Lill
-- aka Sandstorm
But I'm a Cheerleader (1999) .... Lipstick Lesbian at Cocksucker
The Passion of Ayn Rand (1999) .... Barbara
True Love (1999) (TV)
Crime and Punishment (1998) (TV) .... Sonia
-- aka Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment
The Treat (1998) .... Francesca
L.A. Without a Map (1998) .... Julie
-- aka I Love L.A.
-- aka Los Angeles Without a Map
Alleys and Motorways (1997) (Straight to Video)
-- aka Bush: Alleys and Motorways
An American Werewolf in Paris (1997) .... Serafine Pigot
-- aka American Werewolf 2
Mille merveilles de l'univers, Les (1997) .... Eva Purpur
-- aka The Thousand Wonders of the Universe
Tykho Moon (1996) .... Lena
Before Sunrise (1995) .... Celine
Blah Blah Blah (1995)
Killing Zoe (1994) .... Zoe
Trois couleurs: Rouge (1994) .... Dominique
-- aka Three Colours: Red
-- aka Red
-- aka Three Colors: Red
Trzy kolory: Bialy (1994) .... Dominique
-- aka Three Colours: White
-- aka Three Colors: White
-- aka White
Younger and Younger (1993) .... Melodie
The Three Musketeers (1993) .... Constance
Trois couleurs: Bleu (1993) .... Dominique (avec la participation de)
-- aka Three Colors: Blue
-- aka Three Colours: Blue
-- aka Blue
Warszawa. Année 5703 (1992) .... Fryda
-- aka Warsaw - Year 5703
Homo Faber (1991) .... Sabeth
-- aka The Voyager
-- aka Voyager
Dents de ma mère, Les (1991) .... Julie
Europa Europa (1990) .... Leni
-- aka Europa Europe
Noche oscura, La (1989) .... Virgin Mary
-- aka The Dark Night
-- aka The Dark Night of the Soul
Autre nuit, L' (1988) .... Marie
-- aka The Other Night
King Lear (1987) .... Virginia (not credited)
Passion Béatrice, La (1987) .... Béatrice de Cortemart
-- aka Beatrice
-- aka The Passion of Beatrice
Mauvais sang (1986) .... Lise
-- aka Bad Blood
-- aka The Night Is Young
Amour ou presque, L' (1985) .... Mélie
Détective (1985) .... Wise young girl
Classique (1985)
Niveau moins trois (1982)
Guerres civiles en France (1978) .... (segment "La semaine sanglante")
-- aka Civil Wars in France

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