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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. However, no post-mortem was carried out and she was officially declared as having died of cardiac arrest. 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. When she was found dead in her apartment in Paris, France in 1982, aged only 43, rumour had it that she had committed suicide by taking a lethal cocktail of alcohol and sleeping pills. Kinky Machine's song "Charlotte Rampling" includes the lyric "I always wanted to be your trampoline.". A heavy smoker all her life, Schneider also took to drinking in her later years, especially after the sudden death, on July 5, 1981, of her son, who was found impaled on a fence at his stepfather's parents' house, which he was apparently attempting to climb. She is separated from French composer Jean-Michel Jarre and has 3 children, including the magician David Jarre. Her last film was La Passante du Sans-Souci (The Passerby, 1982).
She is an Officer of the Order of the British Empire, and thus can use the letters "OBE" after her name. Of her other films, the macabre Le trio infernal (1974) with Michel Piccoli is worth mentioning. Hilda's school in Bushley, England. Even after the breakup of their relationship, Schneider continued starring in films with Alain Delon (La Piscine -- The Swimming Pool -- of 1969). She attended Jeanne d'Arc Academie pour Jeunnes Filles in Versailles and St. July 14, 1977), an actress, startlingly resembles her mother and has been a target of German tabloids for quite some time. Charlotte Rampling, (born February 5, 1945 in Sturmer, Essex, England, United Kingdom) is a British actress and former model (her height is 5'7"). Her daughter by her second marriage, Sarah Magdalena Biasini (b.
as Aunt Maude. In 1975 she married Daniel Biasini, her private secretary; they separated in 1981. The Wings of The Dove (1997) .. They had a son, David-Christopher (1966 - 1981). as Marjorie. Dumped by Delon in 1963, she married (1966) and divorced (1975) Harry Meyen (1924 - 1979), a German actor who committed suicide. Signs and Wonders (2000) .. Schneider's private life was rather quite turbulent.
as Marie Drillon. "Sissi sticks to me just like oatmeal," she once said. Sous le sable (Under the Sand) (2000) .. This meant the beginning of her international film career, which also brought her to Hollywood (Good Neighbor Sam, a 1964 comedy with Jack Lemmon, and the 1965 movie What's New, Pussycat with Woody Allen). Mainly, however, she stayed in France, working with film directors such as Orson Welles (Le Procès of 1963, based upon Franz Kafka's The Trial) and Luchino Visconti (Ludwig, a 1972 film about the life of King Ludwig II of Bavaria in which she played a much maturer Elisabeth of Austria again). as Frances Matteo. It was during the filming of Christine that she fell in love with French actor Alain Delon, who co-starred in the movie. Schneider became engaged to him in 1959, and the couple moved to Paris. Superstition (2001 movie) (2001) .. Fed up with the saccharine image these movies had bestowed upon her, Schneider leapt at the chance of starring in the much more sombre Christine (1958), a remake of Max Ophüls's 1933 film Liebelei (which itself is based upon a play by Arthur Schnitzler).
as Anna Cathcart. Her breakthrough, however, came with her portrayal of Princess Elisabeth of Bavaria -- then to become Empress Elisabeth of Austria -- in the romantic biopic Sissi (1955) and its two sequels (1956 and 1957). Spy Game (2001) .. Interestingly, this Austrian movie is about the early years of Queen Victoria, in particular her first encounter with Prince Albert. as Sarah Morton. In the film Mädchenjahre einer Königin (Ernst Marischka, 1954) Romy Schneider for the first time portrayed a royal. Swimming Pool (2003) .. Young Romy's career was also overseen by her stepfather, Hans-Herbert Blatzheim, a noted restaurateur, who Schneider indicated had an unhealthy interest in her.
as Nicole. After her divorce in 1945, Magda Schneider took care of Romy and eventually also supervised her career, often appearing alongside her daughter, who had made her film debut already in 1953, aged 15. The Statement (2003) .. She was born Rosemarie Magdalena Albach-Retty in Vienna into a family of actors consisting of her paternal grandmother Rosa Albach-Retty, her father Wolf Albach-Retty, and her mother Magda Schneider. Romy Schneider-Albach (September 23, 1938 - May 29, 1982) was an Austrian actress. Romy Schneider a.k.a.