Carole Laure Biography
She was a teacher before she became an actress but was unhappy with it. Thanks to her mother with an Indian descent though, her exotic beauty with helped her to succeed in French Canadian cinema.
At the age of 20, she made her film debut in Mon enfance a Montreal after she was acquainted with some young Canadian film makers. In 1971, Carle Laure bagged a major role in Jacque's Godbout's film, IXE-13. Few years thereafter her career blossomed even further after she met film director Gilles Carle. Her first notable break came in 1973 when she played a county music singer in the film directed by Carle, La Mort du bucheron. This was followed by another role in a movie by Dusan Makavejev in 1974 called Sweet Movie. This movie gave her an unforgettable scene when she lies naked in a bath tub full of melted chocolate.
This ravishing Canadian beauty can not only act but she can sing as well. Carole launched her singing career after she met fellow Canadian musician Lewis Furey in the 70's. Their bond became stronger and few moths after there first meeting they were making shows with a diverse genre. From country to tango to rock, this duo proves their talent to their throng of fans. However, besides Carole Laure's success in music, she never abandoned the films, juggling between film shoots and recoding studios.
Carole Laure won the Grand Golden Rail award in the Cannes Film Festival in 2004 for the film she wrote and directed called (CQ2Seek You Too). In 1984, she was nominated in the Genie award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role. Another nomination for Miss Laure was from the Paris Film Festival in 2003 where she was nominated to the Grand Prix award for the Fils de Marie, Les.