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Juliette Binoche is a French actress born in Paris. Binoche won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her work in the 1996 film The English Patient. She played Vianne Rocher in the 2000 romantic comedy film Chocolat, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. Her other notable film roles include Three Colors: Blue, Damage, Mauvais Sang, Code Unknown, The Horseman on the Roof, Camille Claudel 1915, Les Amants du Pont-Neuf, Godzilla, Cache, Breaking and Entering, Code Unknown, Clouds of Sils Maria, and Let the Sunshine In. Born Juliette Stalens Binoche on March 1, 1964 in Paris, France, her father, Jean-Marie Binoche, was an actor and director, and her mother, Monique Stalens, was an actress and acting teacher. She is of French descent on her father’s side, and of French, Belgian, and Polish descent on her mother’s side. She attended and graduated from the CNSAD (National Conservatory of Dramatic Art of Paris). She has two children, Hana and Raphaël.
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Binoche made her film debut in 1983’s “Liberty Belle,” then she appeared in 1985’s “Le Meilleur de la vie,” “Farewell Blaireau,” “Rendez-vous,” “Family Life,” “Les Nanas,” and “Hail Mary.” Her lead role in “Rendez-vous” has been described as “Juliette Binoche’s career-defining performance.” Juliette starred in 1986’s “Mauvais Sang” and “My Brother-in-Law Killed My Sister,” and she landed her first English-language role in 1988’s “The Unbearable Lightness of Being.” In 1992, she played Anna Barton in Louis Malle’s “Damage” and Cathy Linton / Catherine Earnshaw in “Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights,” then she starred as Julie Vignon de Courcy in “Three Colors: Blue” (1993), “Three Colors: White” (1994), and “Three Colors: Red” (1994), with “Three Colors: Blue ” earning her a Golden Globe nomination. In 1996, Binoche co-starred with Ralph Fiennes, Willem Dafoe, and Kristin Scott Thomas in “The English Patient” and won an Oscar and several other awards for her performance. She appeared in “Alice and Martin” (1998), “Children of the Century” (1999), “Code Unknown” (2000), and “The Widow of Saint-Pierre” (2000), and she earned her second Academy Award nomination for 2000’s “Chocolat.”
Juliette welcomed a son, Raphaël, with professional scuba diver André Halle on September 2, 1993, and a daughter, Hana, with actor Benoît Magimel on December 16, 1999. Binoche became a patron of Enfants d’Asie, a French Cambodian charity, in 1992 and is godmother to several Cambodian orphans; she also paid for the construction of a Battambang children’s home. Juliette has been a supporter of Reporters Without Borders since 2000, and in 2002, she was involved in the organization’s “Photos of Stars” campaign, in which dozens of French celebrities were given disposable cameras that were later auctioned off. Binoche attended a 2006 Reporters Without Borders demonstration in support of American journalist Jill Carroll and Iraqi journalists Marwan Khazaal and Reem Zeid, who had been kidnapped by gunmen in Baghdad. In 2010, Juliette spoke out about the plight of Iranian director Jafar Panahi, who had been incarcerated in a Tehran prison without being charged or convicted of anything. At a press conference calling for Panahi’s release, Binoche read a letter in which she said that his detention was “unwarranted and intolerable.” After Panahi was released on bail, it was said that Juliette’s appeal was “very influential” in his release. At a 2019 Berlin International Film Festival press conference, Binoche spoke about producer Harvey Weinstein (who is a convicted sex offender as of February 2020), stating, “I never had problems with him, but I could see that he had problems. As a producer he was wonderful, most of the time. I think he was a great producer. That we shouldn’t forget, even though it’s been difficult for some directors and actors and especially actresses. I just want to say peace to his mind and let justice do what it needs to do.”
Inspirational Quotes by Juliette Binoche
Movies are open doors, and at every door, I change character and life.Juliette Binoche
What I need is to express my passion for life... It's movement I'm interested in, the life in me, the life in humanity.Juliette Binoche
I think it's the same simple thing for everyone - to be happy, and have love in your life.Juliette Binoche
I would say I'm humanly engaged.Juliette Binoche
Each new film is like a trial. Before I step in front of the camera, I do not know whether I am going to fall or whether I am going to fly - and that is exactly the way I want it to stay.Juliette Binoche