Charlotte Rampling Biography
Cameron Rampling got her education from the Jeanne d'Arc Académie pour Jeunes Filles in Versailles and the prestigious St. Hilda's School in Bushey, England. After her graduation, she worked as a model and got her film debut as a water skier in Richard Lesters acclaimed sex comedy The Knack...and How to Get It (1965).
Cameron Ramplings breakthrough role came to her after a year when she played the role of Lynn Redgraves bitchy but beautiful roommate in Georgy Girl (1966). From her role as a hitchhiker in Vanishing Point (1971) to her performances as Ann Boleyn in Henry VIII and His Six Wives (1972), as a concentration camp survivor tortured throughout her captivity by a Nazi guard in The Night Porter (1974), and as a woman in love with a chimpanzee in Max My Love (1986), Cameron became well-known for the bold and meaningful characters she has portrayed.
Cameron Rampling continued to create a big name throughout the later half of the 1970s. She spent much of the mid-'80s filming in Europe and her fondness for murder mysteries and historical political dramas manifested in her performances in Paris by Night (1989) and Invasion of Privacy (1996). Cameron starred in well-received comedies like Time is Money (1994) and Asphalt Tango (1997). Her name came back into the A-list after portraying the role of a complicated aunt in the multi-award-winning The Wings of the Dove.
Cameron Rampling also received several awards and recognitions which include Best Actress Trophies for her performances in the movies Mascara (1988) and Swimming Pool (2003). However, Camerons real first love is singing. So, after many years of being successful as an actress, she started to pursue this passion. After four years of training, her first music CD entitled "Comme Une Femme" was released in 2002.
Cameron Ramplings professional transformation includes several theatre performances such as "Petits Crimes Conjugaux" (2003) and Theatre Eduoard VII (2004). She was married twice and had 2 children.