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Emmanuelle Beart bio
A popular French actress, Emmanuelle Béart, was born on August 14, 1963 in Gassin, Var, on the French Riviera. Her father is French singer and poet Guy Béart while her mother is actress Geneviève Galéa. She got an acting role in 1976 for the film "Demain les mômes" when she was thirteen. She then played small parts in television during her teens then worked as a nanny in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The following year, she went back to France for drama school classes in Paris. She was then cast in her first adult film role. She rose to fame when she starred with Yves Montand in the film "Manon des Sources" in 1986. She won the 1987 César Award for "Best Supporting Actress" for her performance in that movie. She was awarded "Best Actress" at the Moscow International Film Festival for her starring role "Une Femme française", filmed in 1995. She had a decade-long romance with Daniel Auteuil who was her co-star in the film "Manon des Sources" and "Un cœur en hiver." Unfortunately, this ended in a divorce after which Emmanuelle got married again. She has been nominated for a César Award for her roles in the following years: 1985 for "Un amour interdit", 1986 for "L'Amour en douce",1990 for "Les Enfants du désordre",1992 for "La Belle noiseuse", 1993 for "Un cœur en hiver", and 1996 for "Nelly et Monsieur Arnaud". Emmanuelle is also known for her social activism. A UNICEF ambassador, she was in the news when she opposed France's anti-immigration legislation. She made it to the headlines again in 1996 when she was violently removed from a Paris church. Her group occupied the church in defense of the rights of the "sans-papiers" or illegal immigrants.

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