Audrey Tautou Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Audrey Tautou net worth is
$20 Million

Audrey Tautou Wiki Biography

Audrey Justine Tautou is a French actress and model. Signed by an agent at age 17, she made her acting debut at 18 on television and her feature film debut the following year in Venus Beauty Institute, to critical acclaim she won the César Award for Most Promising Actress. …

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Full Name Audrey Tautou
Net Worth $20 Million
Date Of Birth August 9, 1976
Place Of Birth Beaumont, Puy-de-Dôme, France
Height 5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)
Weight 106 pounds
Profession Actor, Model
Education Cours Florent, Catholic University of Paris
Nationality France
Parents Bernard Tautou, Évelyne Tautou
Nicknames Audrey Justine Tautou , The Chanel Muse
Awards César Award for Most Promising Actress
Nominations César Award for Best Actress, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, European Film Award for Best Actress, European Film Audience Award for Best Actress, Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Movies Amélie, Mood Indigo, Coco Before Chanel, The Da Vinci Code, A Very Long Engagement, Priceless, Thérèse Desqueyroux, Delicacy, Dirty Pretty Things, Chinese Puzzle, He Loves Me… He Loves Me Not, The Spanish Apartment, Venus Beauty Institute, Hunting and Gathering, Russian Dolls, Microbe & Gasolin…
TV Shows Postcards from Buster
Title Salary
La délicatesse (2011) €768,410
De vrais mensonges (2010) €1,125,000
Coco avant Chanel (2009) €1,500,000
Ensemble, c’est tout (2007) €1,000,000
Un long dimanche de fiançailles (2004) €885,000
# Quote
1 I understand and feel empathy for people who are different, people who feel different. Sometimes the social pressure doesn’t allow them to know themselves, to know who they are. For me ‘Therese’ is a victim of that.
2 [on Claude Miller, director of ‘Therese’] In all of his movies, he never judged his characters. He let the audience form their own opinions. He’s not one to give all the answers away.
3 It’s so easy and comfortable to lie to yourself. Success is to become who you are. I think Hollywood thinks in a totally different way. But I think that as a human being, and not only an actress, that’s really how you lead a successful life.
4 I don’t really have this fantasy of being in a blockbuster. I’m not excited by fame, money and power.
5 [on Laetitia Colombani]: I found her very precise. She knew exactly what she wanted. Even though she’s very young, she managed to control the whole production. She knew her subject – this strange kind of madness – very well because she had studied it for a very long time.
6 People in France are very intrusive when they recognize you. In New York, they are very polite, with quick words, so it’s great.
7 I’m not sure I’m quite ready to have someone be a prospector of jobs for me, because I believe there’s some kind of destiny involved with meeting people… some things are just meant to happen.
8 After each experience, you grow up, you get enriched with something, and you don’t know how you’re going to be in six months, you don’t know what you’re going to want, what you’re going to need.
9 I don’t know where I’m going to be in three years. Because I have the feeling that the future is so full of possibilities, to stop being an actress, to do something else… for me, the future is just a huge bunch of discoveries.
10 I think it’s very difficult for French people to work in Hollywood because it’s such a huge industry, and to be able to create some space for yourself is a hard job. Plus, the language doesn’t help. You can work almost only as a foreign character. Then there’s the French film industry, which is not amazingly well, but is able to finance big productions. We have wonderful directors – they might not be as famous as Steven Spielberg, but they bring me so much pleasure.
11 I figured that maybe it would be interesting to try a blockbuster, but I never thought it’d happen to me.
12 I believe in God, but I am not sure to trust Him so much.
13 Everyone thinks I have an ethnic origin, and could be from North Africa or parts of Asia, or Italy and Spain. But, as far as I know, I’m 100-percent French.
14 Hollywood doesn’t need me. After ‘Amélie,’ I didn’t get any offers that interested me. I have very eclectic tastes, but it’s important for me that a movie be sensitive, clever and subtle.
15 I’m a tomb when it comes to my personal life. I never give even a mote of dust of that away.”
16 I show through my movies that I can do something else. But I always play strong-minded characters. I think it’s maybe because I’m like that. I love being by myself.
17 I wouldn’t mind being in an American film for a laugh, but I certainly don’t want to be in Thingy Blah Blah 3, if you know what I mean.
# Fact
1 Between 2004 and 2006 was widely reported by the international press as engaged to writer-director Lance Mazmanian including an article in Switzerland’s GlucksPost of May 2006 where the couple were reported as seen together outside her parents’ home. In dozens of interviews, Audrey refused to address the subject of engagement when asked, citing reasons of privacy.
2 Surname is often mispronounced by non-french speakers as ‘tattoo’. It is correctly pronounced as ‘tortoo’.
3 Was considered for the role of Madame Maxime on Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005), but the role eventually went to Frances de la Tour.
4 Paris, France – Filming Ensemble, c’est tout (2007). [April 2006]
5 Shooting The Da Vinci Code (2006) and preparing her next French film, Priceless (2006). [August 2005]
6 Is the face of Chanel n°5.
7 Was ranked the 2nd most stylish woman of 2009 by Vogue UK.
8 Her parents named her after Audrey Hepburn.
9 Boyfriend is rock singer Matthieu Chedid, also known as “M”.
10 Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#62). [2007].
11 She takes pictures of her interviewers and puts them in scrapbook.
12 Is the eldest of four children. She has a brother and two sisters.
13 Grew up in Montluçon, in central France.
14 Favourite movies are Barry Lyndon (1975) and Breathless (1960).
15 French citizen.
16 The band Brand New has song named after her, titled “Tautou”, featured on their album “Deja Entendu”.
17 She said that Meryl Streep, Paul Newman, Juliette Lewis, Jodie Foster, and Julianne Moore are her idols.
18 Her father is a dental surgeon and her mother is a teacher.
19 Also studied literature at university.
20 Studied at the Cours Florent in Paris.
21 Once was told by a medium that she was going to be the mother of twins at age 30.
22 After Amélie (2001), she and her sister went on a roadtrip in Indonesia where no one recognized her.
23 When Emily Watson dropped out of Amélie (2001), director Jean-Pierre Jeunet cast Tautou after seeing her on a billboard of the movie Vénus beauté (institut) (1999) in Paris near his home in Bastille.
24 Although invited, she did not plan on attending the private screening of Amélie (2001) organized and attended by President Jacques Chirac. She had a previous engagement with her brother (he was sworn in as a policeman that day). Director Jeunet told the French president that she was in Portugal. When she finally showed up, Jacques Chirac told her he thought she was in Portugal; she simply answered “you’ll have to check your sources”.
25 Ranked #29 in Stuff magazine’s “102 Sexiest Women in the World” (2002).
26 She speaks excellent English.
27 Was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) in June 2004. Is now a member.
28 She nearly never got the chance to play the wonderful Amélie Poulain, as director Jean-Pierre Jeunet was considering British actress Emily Watson for the role of Amélie.

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