Emmanuelle Seigner Biography
Birthday: June 22, 1966 (Cancer)
Born In: Paris, France
Emmanuelle Seigner is a French actress, model, and singer. After beginning her career as a teen model, Seigner made her film debut in 1984 with ‘Year of the Jellyfish’. Her talents were noticed early, and she was roped in to play the lead in Jean Luc-Goddard’s film ‘Detective’ next. While these movies helped her understand the world of acting, she became famous only after starring in the 1998 hit ‘Frantic’ alongside Harrison Ford. This marked her first in many collaborations with the established director Roman Polanksi. Her other films with him include ‘Bitter Moon’, ‘The Ninth Gate’, and ‘Venur in Fur’, all of which have been received positively by critics. She even won the International Cinephile Society Award for Best Actress in recognition of her acting talent in ‘Venus in Fur’. Seigner’s most famous film till day is the French drama ‘The Diving Bell and the Butterfly’ (2007), which earned her global acclaim. Since the beginning of her career, she has not restricted herself to genres or languages and has earned the reputation of being among the most versatile actresses in the world. She was recently seen as the lead in the drama series ‘Insoupçonnable’ and has many other releases lined up for the future.