Emmanuelle Seigner Biography
As a child, Emmanuelle was raised in a Catholic faith and attended a Catholic convent school. However, despite her very traditional schooling, she pursued a career in modeling at the young age of 14. She became a very successful model and this eventually lead to several acting roles.
Emmanuelle Seigner's first professional film appearance was in 1984, in the romantic film Year of the Jellyfish. Then she appeared opposite Harrison Ford in her husbands film Frantic, in 1989. She played the missing wife to Harrison Fords character. She was then seen in the film Detective by Jean Luc Godard. In 1992, she was again seen in another Polanski film, Bitter Moon.
In 1998, Emmanuelle Seigner landed the role in the drama Place Vendome. For her portrayal, she was nominated by the Cesar Award for Best Supporting Actress. Then in 1999, she appeared again in her husbands film The Ninth Gate, where she appeared opposite Johnny Depp. The same year she was also seen in Buddy Boy. Then in 2003, in the film Corps a corps, she played the role of a stripper who discovered her husbands secret as she tried to escape the world of a stripper. The same year, Emmanuelle Seigner showcased another highly acclaimed performance in the film Os Imortais.
Emmanuelle Seigner was also seen in the video Hands Around My Throat by Death in Vegas. Then in 2006, she became the lead singer of the band Ultra Orange. The band was then renamed Ultra Orange and Emmanuelle.
Films to her credits are: Le Scaphandre et le papillon (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly) in 2007, La Vie en Rose in 2007, Backstage in 2005, Os Imortais in 2003, Corps à corps in 2003, Streghe verso nord in 2001, Buddy Boy in 1999, The Ninth Gate in 1999, Place Vendôme in 1998, R.P.M. in 1997, La Divine poursuite in 1997, Nirvana in 1997, Pourvu que ça dure in 1996, Le Sourire in 1994, Bitter Moon in 1992, Il Male oscuro in 1990, Frantic in 1988, Cours privé in 1986, Détective in 1985 and L'Année des méduses in 1984.