Julie Delpy Bio, Age, Husband, Career And Net Worth.

Julie Delpy Biography

Julie Delpy is a French-American actress, film director, screenwriter, and singer-songwriter. Julie Delpy learned filmmaking at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

She has directed, written, and acted in not less than 30 films, including Europa Europa of 1990, Voyager of 1991, Three Colors: White of 1993, The Before trilogy (1995, 2004, 2013), An American Werewolf in Paris of 1997, and 2 Days in Paris of 2007. She has been nominated for three César Awards, two Online Film Critics Society Awards, and two Academy Awards. She moved to the U.S. in 1990 and became an American citizen in 2001.

Julie Delpy Age

Julie Delpy was born on 21st of December 1969. She is aged 49 as of 2018.

Julie Delpy Family

Julie Delpy was born in Paris. She is the only child of Albert Delpy, a French actor and theater director, and Marie Pillet, a French actress in feature films and the avant-garde theater, an was known for having signed the 1971 Manifesto of the 343 Bitches, which was signed by women advocating for reproductive rights and admitting to having had an abortion when abortions were illegal in France. Pillet died in 2009, after playing her role in Delpy’s 2007 film 2 Days in Paris.

Julie Delpy Education

She studied filmmaking at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

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Julie started a relationship with a German film score composer Marc Streitenfeld as from 2007-2012.

Delpy was called for an interview in a BBC Radio 4 interview broadcast on 29 March 2018 and she referred to her husband, though she did not name him.

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Delpy and Marc Streitenfeld got a child named Leo (born in January 2009).

Julie Delpy Career

“I couldn’t hope for better parents. They really raised me with a love of art, bringing me to museums and seeing things that a child wouldn’t see at that age. I would see Ingmar Bergman movies when I was 9 and totally go for it. And they would bring me to see Francis Bacon’s paintings, which I loved: so dark and at the same time it’s so wonderful.”

Her utterances showed that she really loved her parents who exposed her to the arts at an early age.

Starting with her film career, Delpy at the age of 14, was discovered by film director Jean-Luc Godard who casted her in the 1985 film, Détective. In 1987, Delpy starred in the title role in Bertrand Tavernier’s La Passion Béatrice which made her to be nominated for a César Award for Most Promising Actress. She earned some salary for the play, and she used the money to pay for her first trip to New York City.

Delpy became an international celebrity after starring in the 1990 film Europa Europa directed by Agnieszka Holland. The film entailed a young pro-Nazi who falls in love with the hero, Solomon Perel, not knowing that he is Jewish. She did not speak German so she performed her role in English and was later dubbed over.

The Europa Europa film became a success, and she contined to appear in other several Hollywood and European films, including Voyager of 1991, The Three Musketeers of 1993, and was cast by director Krzysztof Kieślowski to play the female lead in Three Colors: White, the second film of Kieślowski’s The Three Colors Trilogy.

Still in same year, she appeared opposite Brendan Fraser in the Percy Adlon feature Younger and Younger starring Donald Sutherland. In 1994, she starred opposite Eric Stoltz in Roger Avary’s directorial debut Killing Zoe, a cult heist film capturing the Generation X zeitgeist.

In the late 2001, she appeared together with Martin Short (comedian) in the 30-minute film CinéMagique, a theatre-show attraction presented several times daily at Walt Disney Studios Park in Disneyland Paris. The film won the 2002 Themed Entertainment Association award for “outstanding” themed attraction.

Apart from film acting, Delpy also had interests in a career as a film director since her childhood, and enrolled in a summer directing course at New York University. She wrote and directed the short film Blah Blah Blah in 1995 which screened at the Sundance Film Festival.

In 2004 Delpy co-wrote Before Sunset, a sequel to the 1995 movie Before Sunrise, with director Richard Linklater and co-star Ethan Hawke. Delpy received an Academy Award nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay for her work. She also wrote and produced a film entitled “Looking for Jimmy” in 2002.

Delpy is also a musical artist. She released a self-titled album, Julie Delpy in 2003. Three tracks from the album–”A Waltz For A Night,” “An Ocean Apart,” and “Je t’aime tant”–were featured in Before Sunset. She released Marc Collin’s “Lalala” which plays in her 2009 movie The Countess.

Julie Delpy Net Worth

Julie Delpy’s net worth is $10 million dollars.

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Julie Delpy, 43, was raised in Paris, the daughter of avant-garde theatre actors. When she was 14, Jean-Luc Godard cast her in his movie Detective. In 1994, she starred in White, the second of Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Three Colours trilogy. She wrote, directed and starred in 2 Days In Paris in 2007 and 2 Days In New York in 2012. She is best known for playing Céline in the Before series of movies, which she co-writes with Ethan Hawke and Richard Linklater. The latest, Before Midnight, is released on 21 June. She lives in Paris and Los Angeles.

When were you happiest?
When I am working on something I really like, or when I am alone with my son playing in the garden.

What is your earliest memory? 
A dead fox that escaped the Louis Pasteur research center for rabies study. I used to live next to the center as a kid.

What was your most embarrassing moment? 
When I had a stomach bug at Tiffany’s. There was a special jewelry sale at Tiffany. There was no loo and I had the stomach bug, so I had a bit of a problem. And I didn’t buy anything.

Where would you like to live? 
Not in one place, that’s for sure.

What is your most unappealing habit? 
There are many. Flossing in the car, I guess, is not very appealing.

What is your favorite smell? 
The head of my son, Leo.

What is your favorite word? 

What is the worst thing anyone’s said to you? 
“You fucking piece of shit cunt.” I can’t say who said it.

Cat or dog? 
Neither. I prefer goldfish.

What makes you unhappy? 
Health problems for me, or anyone around me.

What do you owe your parents? 

To whom would you most like to say sorry, and why? 
To my mother, because I couldn’t help her. She died from cancer a few years ago.

Which words or phrases do you most overuse? 
“Shit”, “Fuck”… I can’t help myself. I am a person who swears a lot and I have to really watch it with my son.

What is the worst job you’ve done? 
When I was a blackjack dealer in a casino.

What has been your biggest disappointment? 
I wish I’d never smoked.

When did you last cry, and why? 
I cried a few days ago because I couldn’t face moving my stuff out of my house because of termites. I cried out of exhaustion from trying to make it so they wouldn’t get termite gas on everything, especially my kid’s stuff. I cried at the end of the day.

What is the closest you’ve come to death? 
I had an allergic reaction 12 years ago and went into a coma.

What single thing would improve the quality of your life? 
An assistant.

What song would you like played at your funeral? 
Just In Time, by Nina Simone.

How would you like to be remembered? 
I don’t care.

What is the most important lesson life has taught you? 
To never give up.

Where would you most like to be right now? 
Right now, I am happy where I am.

Adopted from: www.theguardian.com

Julie Delpy Music | Julie Delpy Songs

All music and lyrics composed by Julie Delpy include;

  1. “My Dear Friend” – 3:15
  2. “Mr. Unhappy” – 3:22
  3. “Lame Love” (music by Marouan Jamai and Mike Meeker) – 4:09
  4. “Ready to Go” – 4:30
  5. “Je time tant” – 3:51
  6. “Something a Bit Vague” – 3:18
  7. “Black & Gray” – 4:45
  8. “A Waltz for a Night” – 3:30
  9. “She Doesn’t Care” – 4:20
  10. “And Together” – 3:41
  11. “An Ocean Apart” – 4:01
  12. “Time to Wake Up” – 3:16

Julie Delpy Quotes

  • I’m an adaptable nomad. I love Paris, I’ve been living in Los Angeles and New York since 1990. I love London, too. My roots are inside of me.
  • I don’t want to go to the Bahamas on holiday. I hate islands. I want to go to Brittany, where it’s cold and raining, and there’s nothing fancy about it.
  • I was six years old when I saw my first Godard movie, eight when I first experienced Bergman. I wanted to be a director when I was fourteen.
  • If Woody Allen called me, I’d be there straight away. Who wouldn’t? Truly.
  • Too many women throw themselves into romance because they’re afraid of being single, then start making compromises and losing their identity. I won’t do that.
  • When you’re an actress, you become this thing in people’s hands that people are trying to manipulate. I cannot stand it.
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