Marion Cotillard - is a talented actress, well-known and popular on both sides of the Atlantic. It has become a real star in his native France for himself, and then went to conquer Hollywood. He worked day and night with special educators, honing his pronunciation, and delving into the intricacies of the English language, and in a short time like hard work paid off. Movies "Johnny D", "Home", "La Vie en Rose," made her a real star of American cinema, and brought her many awards. At the moment, Marion is one of two European actresses, who were able to receive an Oscar for the film in a foreign language for them. And such a fact in itself deserves respect.

Childhood and adolescence Marion Cotillard
Marion was born into a theatrical family, then it is from an early age had a special weakness for the art of reincarnation. Her mother was an actress one of the Parisian theaters, and his father - a theater director, founder of the drama troupe "Cotillard." Among other things the pope future actress has successfully worked as a teacher of acting, and so from early childhood Marion had the opportunity to learn from recognized master.

In developing your innate talents, Marion was a child started attending lessons Conservatory of Dramatic Art. Parallel to this, it has a 6-year-old began to appear on stage with her parents. Father-director put it to the special children's plays, and my mother-actress helped and supported by the Board of Marion during her performances on stage.

DEBUT of Marion Cotillard in the cinema and "French" steps in the career
The first work in the cinema for the young French beauty became legendary TV series "Highlander" with Adrian Paul in the lead role. In 1994, the year of nineteen she was noted in the episode "Nowhere to Run", which opened its French name directors. In the following years the actress began to appear frequently in movies and on television. At the beginning of 1995, she got a few minor roles. But the really "big role" not long in coming. So, a real breakthrough for Marion Cotillard was the touching film "The story of a boy who wanted to be kissed," in which she played a major role. A few months later, the actress became a star in the youth television series French "extreme limits." This role has made it popular among young people, and provided her with several new interesting contracts. In 1996, the screens out just four vivid pictures featuring Marion Cotillard - "Chloe," "The Seagull", eccentric film "As I discussed ... (my sex life)" and the sci-fi movie "Green Beauty". Each of these pictures has become very popular, but at some point in the life and career of the French beauties suddenly came stagnation. For almost a year, she never acted. The actress became depressed because of the lack of new roles. Marion Cotillard felt empty and useless.

A peculiar saving straw for the actress once again became the theater. In 1997, she plunged into the work on the production of "discontinued business" and similar diligence soon brought her success. However, one of the most prestigious theater awards show gave her the opportunity to prove himself in the new movie. Such a tape for the young actress was the comedy "Taxi" by Luc Besson, which soon became a European hit. Soon the screens came two more films "Taxi 2" and "Taxi 3". Trilogy has become extremely popular in all corners of Europe and soon established itself in the rank of one of the most successful projects in the history of French cinema. After that, the role fell to Marion with incredible speed. The period from 2001 to 2006 was marked by the appearance of several colorful paintings with Mademoiselle Cotillard. The most famous of them was the film "Love Me If You Dare", a military drama "A Very Long Engagement" (Cesar Award), the comedy "Lovely stuff". The success of each of these pictures has strengthened the popularity of Marion both in France and outside of its homeland. In 2003, the talented French debut in Tim Burton's tragicomic tape "Big Fish," which marked the beginning of 'American' career stage actress.

CAREER of Marion Cotillard other the OCEAN
In 2006, the actress starred in two Hollywood films "Fair Game" and "A Good Year." These tapes determined the success of Marion in the US and have become quite popular. Marion thought it was a real success. However, the true glory of it will cover a year later. During this period, the screens in Europe and the United States came the film "La Vie en Rose" - a biographical film about the life and work of Edith Piaf. Played the role of imposing compatriot Marion Cotillard became the winner of several prestigious film awards. So, in her collection of awards he appeared "Golden Globe", the Oscar, the main award of the British Film BAFTA, and the second in her life gold "Cesar". However, the main award for the French actress has become a new wave of popularity and people's love. Directed excitedly touted it in their new projects, and she finally got the opportunity to choose among many tapes only the best.

In a short time in the filmography of Marion Cotillard appeared such films as "Johnny D", "Nine", "Home", "The Dark Knight Rises", which became real blockbusters. Partners in the shooting for the renowned French became the first Hollywood stars - Johnny Depp, Christian Bale, Leonardo DiCaprio, Gary Oldman, Anne Hathaway.

Marion Cotillard NOW
Today, Marion Cotillard is one of the most popular and sought-after actresses in world cinema, but because we can already say with certainty that soon it will filmography "grow" new and exciting roles.

PERSONAL LIFE of Marion Cotillard
Since 2007, the French actress is in a civil marriage with the famous actor Guillaume Canet, which once played the love in the film "Love Me If You Dare." In 2008, the year of their betrothal took place. In 2011 the couple had a son Marcel.

Marion Cotillard has two brothers - Quentin and Guillaume. The first of these is known as a sculptor and painter, and the other - as a talented writer, author of numerous novels and literary works.

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Marion Cotillard (French pronunciation: [ma. ʁjɔ̃ kɔ. ti. jaʁ] ( listen); born 30 September 1975) is a French actress, singer-songwriter, musician, environmentalist and spokesperson for Greenpeace who achieved international fame with the film La Vie en Rose (2007). She is the recipient of an Academy Award, a BAFTA Award, a Golden Globe Award, two César Awards, a European Award, and a Lumières Award. Cotillard has appeared in more than 50 feature films and is also known for being the face of Lady Dior handbags since 2008. She became a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters in France in 2010 and promoted to Officer in 2016. Was named "The Most Bankable French Actress of the 21st Century" in 2014, and described as "the great silent film actress of our time" by The Daily Telegraph's Robbie Collin, for her ability to show emotions only with her eyes and facial expressions, although she has never appeared in a silent film. She received France's highest honor and was made a Knight of the Legion of Honour in 2016.