Isabelle Adjani

Adjani at the [[2018 Cannes Film Festival]] Isabelle Yasmine Adjani (born 27 June 1955) is a French actress and singer of Algerian and German descent.

She is the only performer to win five César Awards for acting—all in the Best Actress category—for ''Possession'' (1981), ''One Deadly Summer'' (1983), ''Camille Claudel'' (1988), ''La Reine Margot'' (1994), and ''Skirt Day'' (2009). She was made a Knight of the Legion of Honour in 2010 and a Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters in 2014.

Her portrayal of Adèle Hugo in ''The Story of Adèle H.'' (1975) earned Adjani her first nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress, which made her, at 20, the youngest nominee in that category at the time. Her second Best Actress nomination came in 1990 for portraying Camille Claudel, making her the first French actress to receive two Academy Award nominations for foreign-language films. She won the Cannes Film Festival Award for her performances in ''Possession'' and ''Quartet'' (1981), becoming the only actress to win a joint award for two films in the same competition slate, and a Berlin Silver Bear for ''Camille Claudel''.

Her other notable film roles include ''The Slap'' (1974), ''The Tenant'' (1975), ''Barocco'' (1976), ''The Driver'' (1978), ''Nosferatu the Vampyre'' (1979), ''All Fired Up'' (1982), ''Subway'' (1985), ''Ishtar'' (1987), ''Diabolique'' (1996), ''Adolphe'' (2002), ''Bon voyage'' (2003), ''French Women'' (2014), ''The World Is Yours'' (2018) and ''Peter von Kant'' (2022). Provided by Wikipedia

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