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Charlotte Rampling, (born February 5, 1945 in Sturmer, Essex, England, United Kingdom) is a British actress and former model (her height is 5'7"). She attended Jeanne d'Arc Academie pour Jeunnes Filles in Versailles and St. Hilda's school in Bushley, England.
She is an Officer of the Order of the British Empire, and thus can use the letters "OBE" after her name.
She is separated from French composer Jean-Michel Jarre and has 3 children, including the magician David Jarre.
Kinky Machine's song "Charlotte Rampling" includes the lyric "I always wanted to be your trampoline."
In 1995, Empire (magazine) voted her #97 out of 100 of the Sexiest Stars in history while she was one of People Magazines "50 Most Beautiful People" in May 2001.
Her father, Godfrey Rampling, won a gold medal at the 1936 Berlin Olympics in the 4x400m relay.
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Her father, Godfrey Rampling, won a gold medal at the 1936 Berlin Olympics in the 4x400m relay. Having no living relatives, she left her US$1,000,000 estate to fund the Irene Ryan Foundation, which donates scholarships to young theater arts students involved with the Kennedy Center's American College Theater Festival. In 1995, Empire (magazine) voted her #97 out of 100 of the Sexiest Stars in history while she was one of People Magazines "50 Most Beautiful People" in May 2001. Pallbearers at her funeral include Hillbillies co-stars Buddy Ebsen and Max Baer, Jr., along with Hillbillies creator Paul Henning. Kinky Machine's song "Charlotte Rampling" includes the lyric "I always wanted to be your trampoline.". She was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance. She is separated from French composer Jean-Michel Jarre and has 3 children, including the magician David Jarre. Her final acting role was also her first Broadway role, as "Berthe" in the popular musical Pippin, which included the show-stopping solo "No Time At All".
She is an Officer of the Order of the British Empire, and thus can use the letters "OBE" after her name. After the series' run, she made two Love, American Style appearances, the second one first aired post-humously. Hilda's school in Bushley, England. Ed, and appeared on the TV game show Password. She attended Jeanne d'Arc Academie pour Jeunnes Filles in Versailles and St. In 1965 she played Granny in an episode of Mr. Charlotte Rampling, (born February 5, 1945 in Sturmer, Essex, England, United Kingdom) is a British actress and former model (her height is 5'7"). The Beverly Hillbillies debut in 1962 brought many new fans, as the show jumped to #1 in the US in 3 weeks, a feat (as of 2004) not since matched.
as Aunt Maude. Knox. The Wings of The Dove (1997) .. It was also during this period that she married (1946), and divorced (1961), her second husband, Harold E. as Marjorie. In the following 17 years she had various roles in 25 movies, including Bonzo Goes to College and Rockabilly Baby, which also featured Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Signs and Wonders (2000) .. Also in 1944, Tim and Irene were paired again, along with Dona Drake and Robert Lowery in another musical comedy, Hot Rhythm.
as Marie Drillon. Tim, Irene, and Corio teamed up again, along with Charles Butterworth, in the Arthur Dreifuss film The Sultan's Daughter in 1944. Sous le sable (Under the Sand) (2000) .. Her first starring big-screen role was with her Tim and Ann Corio, in Sarong Girl later in 1943. as Frances Matteo. She later performed on NBC Radio's "The Bob Hope Show", from 1948 to 1950. Superstition (2001 movie) (2001) .. Around this time she toured with Bob Hope's renowned USO tours.
as Anna Cathcart. In 1943's Ann Miller musical Reveille with Beverly she had another small part, notable only in that it was her first time working with her ex-husband Tim since their 1942 divorce. Spy Game (2001) .. Her first feature-length movie appearance was a bit part in the 1941 romantic comedy Unfinished Business, which starred Irene Dunne, Robert Montgomery, and Preston Foster. as Sarah Morton. In the mid-1930s they made several short films based on the vaudeville shows. Swimming Pool (2003) .. Her career in vaudeville began by touring in an act called "Tim & Irene", with her first husband, Tim Ryan, who was also a prolific actor in multiple media.
as Nicole. She is interred at the Woodlawn Memorial Cemetery in Santa Monica, California. The Statement (2003) .. Shortly before she had suffered a stroke on-stage during a performance of the musical Pippin. Ryan was born October 17, 1902 in El Paso, Texas, USA, and died April 26, 1973 in Santa Monica, California, at the age of 70, due to a brain tumor. She was nominated for an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Series (Lead)" in 1963 and 1964.
Today she is most widely known for her portrayal of "Granny" on the long running TV series The Beverly Hillbillies (1962-1971). Irene Ryan (née Noblette) was one of the few entertainers who found success in vaudeville, radio, film, and Broadway.