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Judith Godrèche
Judith Godrèche
(born 23 March 1972) is a French actress and author. She has appeared in more than 30 films.

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Filmography

4.1 Actress 4.2 Director and writer

5 References 6 External links

Early life[edit] Godrèche was born in the 17th arrondissement of Paris. Her father is a psychoanalyst, and her mother a child therapist. Her parents separated when she was eight years old. Her father is Jewish; his parents were Holocaust
Holocaust
survivors from Poland and Russia who changed their surname from Goldreich.[1] After being discovered for her first role at the age of 14, Godrèche left school and moved away from her parents to begin her acting career. By the age of 16, she settled into a relationship with director Benoît Jacquot, 25 years her senior. Career[edit] Her early work included commercial modeling for a Japanese chocolate maker, as well as a teen magazine. Her first film appearance was as Claudia Cardinale's daughter in L'été prochain. At 14, she obtained her first major role, in Jacquot's Les mendiants, with Dominique Sanda. In 1989, Godrèche starred in Jacques Doillon's La fille de 15 ans with Melvil Poupaud, which brought her fame. The following year, she turned to a full-time career in film. In 1990 she was nominated for the César Award for Most Promising Actress for her performance in Jacquot's La désenchantée. In 1991, she was a member of the jury at the 41st Berlin International Film Festival.[2] In 1994 her novel Point de côté was published in France by Broché Publishers to good reviews. Godrèche was not well known to American audiences until Patrice Leconte's Ridicule
Ridicule
was released in 1996. The film introduced her to Americans in the role of Mathilde de Bellegarde. In 1998 she starred with Leonardo DiCaprio
Leonardo DiCaprio
and Jeremy Irons
Jeremy Irons
in The Man in the Iron Mask. Godrèche was nominated for a 2002 César Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the surprise European hit, L'Auberge espagnole. Her first record inspired from the film Toutes les filles pleurent was released by Because Music. In 2012, she began playing the continuing character of Claudette Von Jurgens in season 3 of Royal Pains.[3] Godrèche's performance as Charlotte in the film The Overnight has led to her being called a "breakout" star of 2015. She is also starring in an upcoming HBO
HBO
comedy about a French actress who moves to Los Angeles.[4] Personal life[edit] Godrèche had a long-term relationship with Benoît Jacquot
Benoît Jacquot
who was 25 years her senior.[5] She was briefly married to Philippe Michel, an architect, in 1996.[6][7] She was later married to comedian Dany Boon from 1998 to 2002. Together they have a son, Noé, born 4 September 1999.[8] In 2004, she began a relationship with actor and director Maurice Barthélémy, who is the father of her daughter, Tess, born 19 April 2005.[1] The couple split in 2014.[9] Godrèche has considered converting to Judaism
Judaism
as an adult, which she attributed to her close relationship with her paternal grandparents.[1] Filmography[edit] Actress[edit]

Year Title Role Director

1985 L'été prochain Nickie Nadine Trintignant

1987 Les mendiants Catherine Benoît Jacquot

1987 Les saisons du plaisir Ophélie Jean-Pierre Mocky

1988 La méridienne Stéphanie Jean-François Amiguet

1988 Un été d'orages Laurence Charlotte Brandström

1989 Sons Florence jr. Alexandre Rockwell

1989 La fille de quinze ans Juliette Jacques Doillon

1990 The Disenchanted (La désenchantée) Beth Benoît Jacquot

1991 Ferdydurke Zoo Jerzy Skolimowski

1991 Paris
Paris
s'éveille Louise Olivier Assayas

1992 Emma Zunz TV Emma Zunz Benoît Jacquot

1993 Tango Madeleine Patrice Leconte

1993 Une nouvelle vie Lise Olivier Assayas

1994 Grande petite Bénédicte Sophie Fillières

1995 L'aube à l'envers

Sophie Marceau

1995 Beaumarchais, l'insolent Marie-Antoinette Edouard Molinaro

1995 Ridicule Mathilde Patrice Leconte

1997 Le rouge et le noir Mathilde de La Mole Jean-Daniel Verhaege

1998 The Man in the Iron Mask Christine Bellefort Randall Wallace

1998 Bimboland Cécile Bussy Ariel Zeitoun

1999 Entropy Stella Phil Joanou

2001 L'auberge espagnole Anne-Sophie Cédric Klapisch

2002 Parlez-moi d'amour Justine Sophie Marceau

2002 France Boutique Estelle Tonie Marshall

2003 Quicksand Lela Forin John Mackenzie

2004 Tu vas rire mais je te quitte Elise Vérone Philippe Harel

2004 Tout pour plaire Marie Cécile Telerman

2004 Papa Maman Maurice Barthélémy

2006 Human Bomb

Maurice Barthélémy

2007 Je veux pas que tu t'en ailles Carla Bernard Jeanjean

2008 Home Sweet Home

Benoît Lamy

2009 Fais-moi plaisir! Claire Emmanuel Mouret

2010 Potiche Elisabeth François Ozon

2010 Holiday Nadine Trémois Guillaume Nicloux

2011 The Art of Love (L'art d'aimer) Amélie Emmanuel Mouret

2013 Stoker Doctor Jacquin Park Chan-wook

2015 The Overnight Charlotte Patrick Brice

Director and writer[edit]

Toutes les filles pleurent (2010)

References[edit]

^ a b c Champenois, Sabrina (27 March 2000). "La tiraillée". Libération. Retrieved 7 August 2015.  ^ "Berlinale: 1991 Juries". berlinale.de. Retrieved 21 March 2011.  ^ Kate Stanhope (18 January 2012). "5 Teases From Royal Pains' Return". tvguide.com.  ^ D’Addario, Daniel (17 June 2015). "Meet Judith Godrèche, the Surprise Comic Standout From The Overnight". TIME. Retrieved 7 August 2015.  ^ Grassin, Sophie (3 April 2009). "Benoît Jacquot, le cinéaste amoureux". Le Figaro. p. 2. Archived from the original on 8 April 2009.  ^ "Actress Puts Accent On U.S. Audience / French star Judith Godreche's 'Ridicule' may give her recognition in this country". sfgate.com. Retrieved 1 December 1996.  Check date values in: access-date= (help) ^ " Ridicule
Ridicule
At Your Peril". www.newspapers.com. Retrieved 26 December 1996.  Check date values in: access-date= (help) ^ "Judith Godreche Biography (1972–)". filmreference.com. Retrieved 29 July 2009.  ^ " Judith Godrèche
Judith Godrèche
séparée de Maurice Barthélemy selon Voici". www.legossip.net. Retrieved 2 July 2014. 

External links[edit]

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