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  1. Catherine Deneuve Arianne HogwoodMardi Gras Project

  2. Biography Birth Name: Catherine Fabienne Dorléac • Born in Paris, France on October 22, 1943. • Third of four daughters (sister of Françoise Dorléac, Sylvie Dorléac, and Danielle Dorléac) born to famous French actors, Maurice Dorléac and Renée Deneuve. • Had relationships with director Roger Vadim and actor Marcello Mastroianni. Both relationships produced children. • Son: Christian Vadim (born June 18, 1963.) • Daughter: Chiara Mastroianni (born May 28, 1972)

  3. Biography Continued. • Married David Bailey in in 1965. Marriage ended seven years later.

  4. Tidbits: • In1970, Deneuve was the face of Chanel Number 5. At that time the sales of this perfume increased substantially in the United States. Americans, charmed by Catherine, nominated her as the most elegant woman of the world. • In the 1960's she was nominated by "Look" magazine as the most beautiful woman of the world. • Most famous for her roles in Belle Du Jour (1967),Roman Polanski’sRepulsion (1965), and The Hunger (1983) • She speaks fluent Italian and French, as well as semi-fluent English and German. • Her favorite actress of all-time is Marilyn Monroe. • Has had several songs and a perfume line named after her. • Nominated for Oscar: 21 wins & 13 nominations. • Smokes cigarettes throughout many of her films Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/1885851

  5. What is she doing now? • Named the 2012 recipient of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Chaplin Award [January 11, 2012]. • Is one of 11 French actresses to have received an Academy Award nomination. • Works a great deal with women’s rights movements and charities. • Strong supporter of her daughter’s acting career.

  6. Catherine’s Fashion • Knee-length skirts, high-waisted pants. • Button–up shirts, usually sleeveless, or turtlenecks. • Knee-length coats. • High heels. • Big bows. • Sunglasses. • Hair pulled back. • Top-lid eyeliner. • Stockings.

  7. Pictures of Catherine