Catherine Deneuve was born in Paris, France, the third of four daughters to Renée Dorléac (a retired stage actress) and the second of three daughters to Maurice Dorléac (now deceased). She made her screen debut in
The Twilight Girls, where she was credited as Catherine Dorléac. She began using her mother's maiden name professionally in 1960...See full bio »
1967The Young Girls of Rochefort
(performer: "Chanson Des Jumelles" - uncredited, "De Delphine à Lancien" - uncredited, "Chanson De Delphine" - uncredited, "De Hambourg à Rochefort" - uncredited, "Les Rencontres" - uncredited, "Toujours, Jamais" - uncredited)
What I don't like is close-ups, unless the actor is in the camera with me. I have to feel his presence. If I have to feel the presence of the camera before my partner's, it's very difficult. I love to do very long and complicated scenes. I like to have this impression that we are all working together...
See more »
1994: Festival tribute at the Créteil International Women's Film Festival, France.
See more »