Julie Delpy Biography
She began doing films when she was only 14 years old. She was first featured in the 1985 movie Detective. Afterwards, she landed roles on numerous European and American films.
Following her debut in 1985, she starred as Lise on the film Mauvais Sang in 1986. In 1988, she starred both in the movies The Passion of Beatrice and Beatrice as the lead. In 1991, she starred in Voyager as the lovely and sexy German girl with whom the character of Sam Shepard fell in love with.
Aside from her first love which is acting, she also has passion for writing and directing. In 1995, she wrote and directed Blah Blah Blah, a short film which was screened at the Sundance Film Festival. Then in 2007, she wrote and directed the romantic and very hilarious 2 Days in Paris. In this movie, she played the lovable and hot Marion.
Her other film credits include: Europa Europa in 1991, White in 1993, Killing Zoe in 1994, Younger and Younger in 1995, Before Sunrise in 1995, An American Werewolf in Paris in 1997, Crime and Punishment in 1999, Crime and Punishment in 1999, The Passion of Ayn Rand in 1999, But I'm a Cheerleader in 1999, Sand in 2000, Waking Life in 2001, The Treat in 2001, Mark Arthur Park in 2001, Looking for Jimmy in 2001, Investigating Sex in 2002, Frankenstein in 2003, the newer version of Before Sunset in 2004, and Before Sunrise / Before Sunset in 2004.
Julie Delpy has earned four nominations for the following films: Before Sunset (Independent Spirit Award for Best Screenplay which she shared with two other personalities; again Before Sunset (MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss which she shared with hot actor Ethan Hawke); La Passion Beatrice (Cesar Awards France for Most Promising Actress); and Mauvais Sang (Cesar Awards France for Most Promising Actress).