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Sensual and talented actress Annie Girardot appeared in more than French and Italian film and television productions. Annie Suzanne Girardot was born in , in Paris, France.
In she graduated with honours from the Conservatoire de la rue Blanche the Paris conservatory. That year she made her professional debut with the distinguished Comedie-Francaise. She remained with the Comedie-Francaise troupe through , occasionally taking time off to perform in films, on radio, television and in Parisian cabarets and revues. Nadia's beauty drives a wedge between Rocco Alain Delon and his brother Simone Renato Salvatori , who eventually rapes her and stabs her thirteen times.
Her depiction of the reformed prostitute suffering in her humiliation was both poignant and compelling. During filming Girardot and Salvatori became romantically linked and they married in The couple later separated, but never divorced. In Salvatori died. Their daughter is Giulia Salvatori For her role in the latter film as the neurotic Kay discovering love, she won the Best Actress award at the Venice Film Festival.
She gave a reserved, dignified performance as the deceived but forgiving wife of Yves Montand. Very convincly she played the middle-aged literature teacher who was accused of corrupting a minor, one of her students with whom she had an affair, and out of despair, committed suicide in jail. The film was nominated for a Golden Globe. Girardot typically played strong-willed, independent, hard-working, and often lonely women, imbuing her characters with an earthiness and reality that endeared her with women undergoing similar daily struggles.
Girardot became thus one of the symbols of the early-'70s feminist movement in France - though in personal life Girardot was not terribly involved with feminists. She played Isabelle Huppert's mother in two films: She also helped young film directors making their first films. On stage she had a triumph in with Madame Marguerite, which became her signature role, which she reprised many times till She published her autobiography Vivre d'aimer in , followed by Ma vie contre la tienne in The role won her a Cesar for Best Supporting Actress.