|Born||12 March 1970|
painter & sculptor,
Early and personal lifeEdit
Marine Delterme was born in Toulouse, France, and grew up in Paris. Her father was an engineer and her mother a superintendent at Lycée Chaptal, a Paris high school, where they lived. From an early age she was interested in and displayed an aptitude for art.
Delterme has been married to Florian Zeller, a French novelist and playwright, since 2010. They live in Paris. She has two sons: Roman (born 2008) with Zeller, and Gabriel (born 1998) from a previous relationship with the actor Jean-Philippe Écoffey.
She began modeling when she was 17. She lived for a time in New York City with Carla Bruni, but returned to France to start an acting career. Most of her roles have been in French-language films. She has also appeared in roles for television and is the star of the popular French TV show, "Le Juge est Une Femme".
In addition, she is an artist and has exhibited her sculptures in Paris and New York.
The following is an incomplete list of her movie roles:
- 1988: Puissance de la parole, directed by Jean-Luc Godard.
- 1992: Listopad, directed by Lukasz Karwowski (Sara).
- 1992: Savage Nights (Les Nuits fauves), directed by Cyril Collard (Sylvie).
- 1993: La Soif de l'or, directed by Gérard Oury (Laurence)
- 1995: When the Cat's Away (Chacun cherche son chat), directed by Cédric Klapisch.
- 1998: Michael Kael vs. the World News Company, directed by Christophe Smith (Paola Maertens)
- 2000: Vatel, directed by Roland Joffé (Athenaïs de Montespan).
- 2002: The Council of Egypt (Le Conseil d'Égypte), directed by Emidio Greco (Countess of Regalpetra).
- 2002: Once Upon an Angel (Peau d'Ange), directed by Vincent Pérez (Mme Faivre).
- Perrin, Ludovic (13 July 2014). "Marine Delterme : mon été à New York". Le Journal du Dimanche (in French).
- Appleyard, Bryan (26 June 2016). "Florian Zeller: That je ne sais quoi". The Sunday Times.
- Samuel, Henry (5 February 2008). "Quiet life for Nicolas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 3 August 2008.
- Campbell, Matthew (8 June 2008). "Carla Bruni, the volcano in the Elysée". The Sunday Times. Retrieved 3 August 2008.