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Charlotte Rampling

Actor Date of birth 5th February 1946
Place of birth Sturmer, England
Year of debut 1965
First feature film Rotten To The Core

Charlotte Rampling’s mother was a painter, her father was an army officer and an Olympic medal winner. She was educated in France and England. In 1963, she left the University of Madrid to perform with a cabaret troupe. A year later, she began working as a model. In 1966 she launched her acting career with her performance in Georgy Girl. In 1974, she earned critical accolades for her role in The Night Porter. She has since starred in a range of movies from Stardust Memories to Streetdance.

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Charlotte Rampling's films

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Packshot for the film Night Train To Lisbon
12 Certificate
107 Mins

A teacher (Jeremy Irons) abandons his job and goes on a journey to find an infamous author. Moderate violence, bloody images, nudity.

Rent for £3.50
Packshot for the film StreetDance
PG Certificate
94 Mins

A street dance crew are forced to train for the UK championships with a group of ballet dancers. Contains mild language, sex references and violence and scenes of flashing images.

Rent for £2.49
Packshot for the film The Duchess
12 Certificate
105 Mins

Keira Knightley stars as an 18th century aristocrat with a very public personal life. Contains moderate sex.

Rent for £2.49

Did you know?

  • Growing up, Charlotte Rampling and her sister Sarah performed as a musical duo. Sarah died at the age of 23. Her mother had a severe stroke the same day of her sister's death. In order to protect her mother, she and her father told her that Sarah had died of a brain haemorrhage. Her sister had actually committed suicide after giving birth to a premature baby. Charlotte's mother died in 2001 and she never found out Sarah's true cause of death.
  • In 2000, she was awarded an OBE for her services to acting.
  • She has also appeared on TV such as playing the role of Miss Havisham in Great Expectations.
  • In 2004, she released her first album Comme Une Femme.
  • She was married to Bryan Southcombe from 1972 to 1976. They had a child, TV director Baranby Southcombe. She married Jean-Michel Jarre in 1976. They divorced in 1996. They had a son, magician David Jarre. In 1998 she got engaged to Jean-Noel Tassez.