Isabelle Huppert

Huppert at the [[Berlinale]] 2024 Isabelle Anne Madeleine Huppert (; born 16 March 1953) is a French actress. Known for her portrayals of cold, austere women devoid of morality, she is considered one of the greatest actresses of her generation. With 16 nominations and two wins, Huppert is the most nominated actress at the César Awards. She is also the recipient of several accolades, including five Lumières Awards, a BAFTA Award, three European Film Awards, two Berlin International Film Festival, three Cannes Film Festival and Venice Film Festival honors, a Golden Globe Award, and an Academy Award nomination. In 2020, ''The New York Times'' ranked her second on its list of the greatest actors of the 21st century.

Huppert's first César Award nomination was for Best Supporting Actress in ''Aloïse'' (1975) and she won Best Actress for ''La Cérémonie'' (1995) and ''Elle'' (2016). For ''The Lacemaker'' (1977) she won the BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer. She went on to win two Cannes Film Festival Awards for Best Actress for ''Violette Nozière'' (1978) and ''The Piano Teacher'' (2001) as well as the Volpi Cup for Best Actress twice for ''Story of Women'' (1988) and ''La Cérémonie''. Huppert's other films in France include ''Loulou'' (1980), ''La Séparation'' (1994), ''8 Women'' (2002), ''Gabrielle'' (2005), ''Amour'' (2012), ''Things to Come'' (2016), and ''Happy End'' (2017).

For her performance in ''Elle'', Huppert was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress; she also won several critics awards as well as a Golden Globe and Independent Spirit Award. Huppert is among international cinema's most prolific actresses with her best known English-language films including ''Heaven's Gate'' (1980), ''The Bedroom Window'' (1987), ''I Heart Huckabees'' (2004), ''The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby'' (2013), ''Louder Than Bombs'' (2015), ''Greta'' (2018), ''Frankie'' (2019), and ''Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris'' (2022).

Also a prolific stage actress, Huppert is the most nominated actress for the Molière Award, with nine nominations; she received an honorary award in 2017. In the same year she was awarded the Europe Theatre Prize. She made her London stage debut in the title role of the play ''Mary Stuart'' in 1996, and her New York stage debut in a 2005 production of ''4.48 Psychosis''. Huppert's recent credits include in Heiner Müller's ''Quartett'' (2009) in New York, Sydney Theater Company's ''The Maids'' (2014) and in Florian Zeller's ''The Mother'' (2019) in New York. Provided by Wikipedia
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