List of Isabelle Huppert performances

Isabelle Huppert is a French actress who has appeared in more than 120 feature films, mostly in starring roles.[1] Regarded as one of the most respected actresses in French cinema,[2] she has appeared in films directed by Claude Chabrol, Jean-Luc Godard and Michael Haneke.[3] She has also starred in numerous stage productions, in Paris and around the world.

Her first big break came in Bertrand Blier's Les Valseuses (1974), which was a success in France.[4] Huppert's first English-language film was Rosebud (1975), directed by Otto Preminger and starring Peter O'Toole.

As of 2017, she has appeared in 21 films that have been screened In Competition at the Cannes Film Festival.[5] At Cannes she has won the Best Actress Award twice, for her roles in Violette Nozière (1978) and The Piano Teacher (2001).[5] She has also won a BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer for The Lacemaker (1977),[6] and two Volpi Cups at Venice for Story of Women (1988) and La Cérémonie (1995).[7] She has been nominated for 16 César Awards, twice winning the Best Actress award, for La Cérémonie and for Elle.[8] Huppert won the Golden Globe Award and received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her work in Paul Verhoeven's Elle (2016).

FilmsEdit

Key
  Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1972 Faustine et le Bel Été Student #2 (Out of Competition – 1972 Cannes Film Festival) [9][10]
1972 The Bar at the Crossing Annie Smith (In Competition – 1972 Berlin Film Festival) [11]
1972 César and Rosalie Marite [12]
1974 Successive Slidings of Pleasure Bit [13]
1974 Going Places Jacqueline [14]
1974 L'Ampélopède The storyteller [15]
1975 Serious as Pleasure A girl brought home
1975 The Common Man Brigitte Colin (In Competition – 1975 Berlin Film Festival)
1975 Rosebud Helene Nikolaos
1975 Aloïse Aloïse as a child (In Competition – 1975 Cannes Film Festival)
1975 The Big Delirium Marie
1976 Docteur Françoise Gailland Élisabeth Gailland
1976 The Judge and the Assassin Rose
1976 Little Marcel Yvette
1976 I Am Pierre Riviere Aimée
1977 The Lacemaker Pomme (In Competition – 1977 Cannes Film Festival)
1977 Spoiled Children The secretary of the deputy Uncredited
1977 The Indians Are Still Far Away Jenny
1978 Violette Nozière Violette Nozière (In Competition – 1978 Cannes Film Festival)
1979 Scénario de 'Sauve qui peut la vie Herself Short film
1979 Return to the Beloved Jeanne Kern
1979 The Brontë Sisters Anne Brontë (In Competition – 1979 Cannes Film Festival)
1980 Every Man for Himself Isabelle Rivière (In Competition – 1980 Cannes Film Festival)
1980 The Heiresses Irène (In Competition – 1980 Cannes Film Festival)
1980 Loulou Nelly (In Competition – 1980 Cannes Film Festival)
1980 Heaven's Gate Ella Watson (In Competition – 1981 Cannes Film Festival)
1981 The Lady of the Camellias Alphonsine Plessis
1981 The Wings of the Dove Marie
1981 Coup de Torchon Rose Mercaillou
1981 Eaux profondes Melanie
1982 Passion Isabelle (In Competition – 1982 Cannes Film Festival)
1982 The Trout Frédérique
1983 The Story of Piera Piera (In Competition – 1983 Cannes Film Festival)
1983 Entre Nous Lena Weber Also known as Coup de foudre
1983 My Best Friend's Girl Viviane
1984 La Garce Aline Kaminker / Édith Weber
1985 Sincerely Charlotte Charlotte
1985 All Mixed Up Rose-Marie Martin
1986 Cactus Colo
1987 The Bedroom Window Sylvia Wentworth
1988 The Possessed Maria Sjatov
1988 Story of Women Marie (In Competition – 1988 Venice Film Festival)
1988 Milan noir Sarah
1989 Migrations Dafina Isakovic
1990 A Woman's Revenge Cécile (In Competition – 1990 Berlin Film Festival)
1991 Malina The Woman (In Competition – 1991 Cannes Film Festival)
1991 Madame Bovary Emma Bovary
1992 Love After Love Lola
1993 The Flood Sofia Also associate producer
1994 Amateur Isabelle
1994 La Séparation Anne
1995 La Cérémonie Jeanne (In Competition – 1995 Venice Film Festival)
1996 The Elective Affinities Carlotta (Out of Competition – 1996 Cannes Film Festival)
1997 Les Palmes de M. Schutz Marie Curie
1997 The Swindle Elizabeth / Betty
1998 The School of Flesh Dominique (In Competition – 1998 Cannes Film Festival)
1999 No Scandal Agnès Jeancourt (In Competition – 1999 Venice Film Festival)
2000 Modern Life Claire
2000 False Servant La comtesse
2000 The King's Daughters Madame de Maintenon (Un Certain Regard – 2000 Cannes Film Festival)
2000 Sentimental Destinies Nathalie Barnery (In Competition – 2000 Cannes Film Festival)
2000 Comedy of Innocence Ariane (In Competition – 2000 Venice Film Festival)
2000 Merci pour le Chocolat Marie-Claire 'Mika' Muller
2001 The Piano Teacher Erika Kohut (In Competition – 2001 Cannes Film Festival)
2002 8 Women (8 femmes) Augustine (In Competition – 2002 Berlin Film Festival)
2002 Two Magdalena / Maria
2002 La vie promise Sylvia
2003 Time of the Wolf Anne Laurent (Out of Competition – 2003 Cannes Film Festival)
2004 Ma Mère Hélène
2004 I Heart Huckabees Caterine Vauban
2004 Les Sœurs fâchées Martine Demouthy
2005 Gabrielle Gabrielle Hervey (In Competition – 2005 Venice Film Festival)
2006 Comedy of Power Jeanne Charmant-Killman (In Competition – 2006 Berlin Film Festival)
2006 Private Property Pascale (In Competition – 2006 Venice Film Festival)
2007 Hidden Love Danielle
2007 Medea Miracle Irène / Médée
2008 Home Marthe
2008 The Sea Wall Mother
2009 Villa Amalia Ann
2009 White Material Maria Vial (In Competition – 2009 Venice Film Festival)
2010 Copacabana Elisabeth Delmotte, known as Babou
2010 Sans queue ni tête [fr] Alice Bergerac
2010 Fantastic Mr. Fox Mrs. Felicity Fox (voice) French dubbed version
2011 Die Blutgräfin Maid Hermine
2011 My Little Princess Hanna Giurgiu
2011 My Worst Nightmare Agathe Novic
2012 Dubaï Flamingo [fr] The goat (voice) Uncredited
2012 Captive Thérèse Bourgoine (In Competition – 2012 Berlin Film Festival)
2012 Amour Eva (In Competition – 2012 Cannes Film Festival)
2012 In Another Country Anne (In Competition – 2012 Cannes Film Festival)
2012 Dormant Beauty Divina Madre (In Competition – 2012 Venice Film Festival)
2012 Lines of Wellington Cosima Pia (In Competition – 2012 Venice Film Festival)
2013 The Nun Supérieure Saint Eutrope (In Competition – 2013 Berlin Film Festival)
2013 Michael H – Profession: Director Herself Documentary
2013 Dead Man Down Maman Louzon
2013 Tip Top Esther Lafarge (Directors' Fortnight – 2013 Cannes Film Festival)
2013 Abuse of Weakness Maud Schoenberg
2013 The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby Mary Rigby (Un Certain Regard – 2014 Cannes Film Festival)
2014 Paris Follies Brigitte Lecanu
2014 Dior and I Herself Documentary
2015 Macadam Stories Jeanne Meyer (Special Screening – 2015 Cannes Film Festival)
2015 Louder Than Bombs Isabelle Reed (In Competition – 2015 Cannes Film Festival)
2015 Valley of Love Isabelle (In Competition – 2015 Cannes Film Festival)
2016 Things to Come Nathalie Chazeaux (In Competition – 2016 Berlin Film Festival)
2016 Elle Michèle Leblanc (In Competition – 2016 Cannes Film Festival)
2016 Tout de suite maintenant Solveig
2016 Close Encounters with Vilmos Zsigmond Herself (Cannes Classics – 2016 Cannes Film Festival)
Documentary
2016 Souvenir Liliane Cheverny, known as Laura
2016 What Tears Us Apart Isabelle Short film
2017 Barrage Elisabeth (Forum – 2017 Berlin Film Festival) [16]
2017 Claire's Camera Claire (Special Screening – 2017 Cannes Film Festival) [17]
2017 Happy End Anne Laurent (In Competition – 2017 Cannes Film Festival) [18]
2017 Madame Hyde Marie Géquil / Madame Hyde [19]
2017 Reinventing Marvin Isabelle Huppert (Horizons – 2017 Venice Film Festival) [20]
2018 Isle of Dogs Interpreter Woman (voice) (In Competition – 2018 Berlin Film Festival)
French dubbed version
[21]
2018 Eva Eva (In Competition – 2018 Berlin Film Festival) [22]
2018 Greta Greta [23]
2019 Golden Youth Lucile Wood Also known as Une jeunesse dorée [24]
2019 White as Snow Maud Also known as Blanche comme neige [25]
2019 Frankie Françoise Crémont, known as Frankie (In Competition – 2019 Cannes Film Festival) [26]
2020 Mama Weed Patience Portefeux [27]
TBA Luz   Post-production [28]
TBA Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris   Louise Colbert Post-production [29]

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role(s) Notes Ref(s)
1971 Le Prussien Elisabeth TV film
1971 Les Cent Livres des Hommes [fr] Gilberte Episode: "Du côté des chez Swann"
1972 Figaro-ci, Figaro-là Pauline TV film
1973 Histoire vraie Adelaïde TV film
1973 Le Maître de pension Annie TV film
1973 Le Drakkar Yolande TV film
1973 Vogue la galère Clotilde TV film
1974 Madame Baptiste Blanche TV film
1974 Plaies et bosses Patsy Lackan TV film
1977 No Trifling with Love Camille TV film
1995 Un siècle d'écrivains Narrator Episode: "Nathalie Sarraute"
1996 Gulliver's Travels Houyhnhnm Mistress (voice) Episode #1.2
2001 Médée Médée TV film
2001 Isabelle Huppert, une vie pour jouer Herself Documentary
2010 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Sophie Gerard Episode: "Shattered"
2016 False Confessions Araminte TV film; released in U.S. theatres in July 2017 [30]
2017 I Love Isabelle Huppert Herself Documentary [31]
2018 Call My Agent! Herself Episode: "Isabelle" [32]
2018 The Romanoffs Jacqueline Episode: "House of Special Purpose" [33]

StageEdit

Year(s) Play Role Venue(s) Ref.
1971–72 Les Précieuses ridicules Lucile Comédie-Française, Paris [34]
1972 A Hunger Artist Caged panther National Theatre Daniel Sorano, Paris
Shiraz Arts Festival
[35]
1973 The True Story of Jack the Ripper (La Véritable Histoire de Jack l'éventreur) Café-théâtre Le Sélénite, Paris [36]
1973 The Miser Marianne Tour across universities in 25 American states [37]
1973 Will There Be Another Summer? (Viendra-t-il un autre été ?) Murielle Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris [38]
1974 For Whom the Bell Tolls Maria Comédie de Reims [39]
1975 Travel Around My Pot (Voyage autour de ma marmite) Théâtre Essaïon, Paris [35]
1977 No Trifling with Love (On ne badine pas avec l'amour) Camille Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris [40]
1989 A Month in the Country Natalia Petrovna Théâtre Édouard VII, Paris [41]
1991 Measure for Measure Isabella Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe
Théâtre National Populaire, Paris
Opéra-Théâtre de Clermont-Ferrand
Maison de la Culture, Chambéry
Théâtre de Nîmes
Maison de la Culture, Le Havre
[42]
1992 Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher Joan of Arc Opéra Bastille, Paris [43]
1993–95 Orlando Orlando Théatre Vidy, Lausanne
Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris
[44]
1996 Mary Stuart Mary, Queen of Scots National Theatre, London [45]
2000–01 Medea Medea Festival d'Avignon,
Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris
La Rochelle
Toulouse
[46]
2002–03 4.48 Psychosis She Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris
Tour around Caen, Geneva, Lorient, Lisbon, Villeurbanne, Rennes, and São Paulo
[47]
2003 Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher Joan of Arc Teatro Nacional de São Carlos, Lisbon [48]
2005 Hedda Gabler Hedda Gabler Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris
Tour around Caen, Geneva, Barcelona, Hérouville-Saint-Clair, and Festival de la Rhur
[49]
2005 4.48 Psychosis She Théâtre des 13 vents, Paris
UCLA Arts, Los Angeles
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Montreal
Berlin
Milan
[50]
2006–07 Quartett Madame de Merteuil Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris
Piccolo Teatro, Milan
Berliner Festspiele
Théâtre du Gymnase, Marseille
Comédie de Genève
[51]
2008 God of Carnage Véronique Houillé Théâtre Antoine-Simone Berriau, Paris [52]
2009 Quartett Madame de Merteuill São Paulo
Porto Alegre
Brooklyn Academy of Music
[53]
2010–12 A Streetcar Named Desire Blanche DuBois Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris
Berliner Festspiele
Maison de la culture de Grenoble
Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg
Polish Theatre in Warsaw
Athens
Genève
Amsterdam
The Hague
Adelaide Festival
[54]
2013–14 The Maids Solange Sydney Theatre Company, Sydney
New York City Center
[55]
2014–15 Les Fausses Confidences Araminte Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris
Tour throughout France
[56]
2016 Phèdre(s) Phèdre Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris
Comédie de Clermont-Ferrand
Barbican, London
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Théâtre de Liège
Onassis Cultural Center, Athens
[57]
2019 The Mother Mother Atlantic Theater Company, New York City [58]
2019 Mary Said What She Said Mary, Queen of Scots Théâtre de la Ville, Paris
Vienna Festival, Vienna
Cultural Centre of Belém, Lisbon
Teatre Lliure, Barcelona
Thalia Theater, Hamburg
[59]
2020 The Glass Menagerie Amanda Wingfield Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris [60]

Public readingsEdit

Date(s) Title Author(s) Venue(s) Ref.
20 January 2006 Selected text Maurice Blanchot and Françoise Sagan Cinémathèque Française [61]
18 October 2010 Just Kids Patti Smith Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe [62]
26 November 2012 Une tribu, voilà ce que je suis, Je suis une erreur, Another sleepy dusty delta day[a] Jan Fabre Théâtre de Gennevilliers [63]
2015–18 Juliette et Justine, le vice et la vertu Marquis de Sade Festival d'Avignon / Théâtre des Capucins / Printemps des comédiens / Ancient Theatre of Fourvière / Queen Elizabeth Hall [64][65]
2017–18 The Lover Marguerite Duras Shanghai Culture Square / Guangzhou Opera House / Beijing Tianqiao Performing Arts Center / Teatro di San Carlo / Thalia Hall [66][67][68][69][70]

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

TracksEdit

AudiobooksEdit

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ From Jan Fabre 4 solos

ReferencesEdit

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