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She was born an antique mother and a father , Brice Gayet , Professor of Surgery at the Institute mutual Montsouris . She studied opera singing at the age of eight years3 .
She turned to comedy at,she went to study in London for an internship with Jack Waltzer at the Actors Studio4 . She then studied with Tania Balachova , school circus Fratellinis and studied opera singing Tosca Marmor . She also studied art history and psychology at the University .
In 1993 , she started as an extra in three colors: Bleu.
In 1994 , she played her first major role in The Hundred and One Nights of Simon Cinema Agnes Varda . In 1996, she played the female lead in the comedy Delphine , Yvan .
Socialist political activist , she took such a public stance in favor of Ségolène Royal during the French presidential election Francois Hollande and 2007 during the French presidential election 2012 .
In 2003 , Julie Gayet married filmmaker Santiago Amigorena and they have two children ensemble . The couple would séparé or divorcé8 since , according to sources.
Early 2013 , a rumor that the actress would maintain a liaison with the President of the Republic, François Hollande . She filed a complaint against X in March 2013 for "undermining the intimacy of private life. On 10 January 2014, the magazine Closer tabloids made her "a " on the publication of a controversial reportage ( no cliché published shows François Hollande and Julie Gayet together ) expected to demonstrate the reality of rumeur12 , this publication received wide coverage in the press internationale
Julie Gayet at the American Film Festival of Deauville in 2007.
1993 : The Little Apocalypse of Costa -Gavras
1993 Three Colors: Blue Krzysztof Kieślowski
1993: History of the boy who wanted to be kissed by Philippe Harel : a girl in the subway
1993 At the beautiful star Antoine Desrosières : Hannah
1994 3000 scenarios against a virus - Sequence The Teuf Hell ( short film)
1995 : The Hundred and One Nights of Simon Cinema Agnès Varda : Camille Miralis
1996 : The Liars of Élie Chouraqui : Lisa
1996 : The Two Dads and Mom Smaïn and Jean -Marc Longval : Sophie
1996 Delphine 1 , Yvan 0 Dominique Farrugia : Delphine
1996 Select Hotel Laurent Bouhnik : Nathalie
1997: Pleasure ( And Its Little Inconveniences ) of Nicolas Boukhrief : Vera
1998 : It can not refuse to Eric Woreth : Marlene Kardelian
1998 Sentimental Education CS Leigh Claire
1999: Why not me? Stéphane Giusti : Eva
1999: Gerard Mordillat Paddy Paddy
2000 Nag bomb Jean- Louis Milesi : Rosine , the waitress
2000: People who love Jean- Charles Tacchella : Winnie
2000 Confusion of Genders by Ilan Duran Cohen: Babette
2001 Love Vertigo Laurent Chouchan : Jeanne
2002 My Camera and Me Christopher Loizillon : Lucie
2002: Chaos and Manon Briand : Catherine Rolland
2002 : Almost Peaceful Michel Deville : Andrée
2002 Novo Jean -Pierre Limosin : Julie
2003 : After the rain , the weather Nathalie Schmidt: Rose Bonbon
2003 Lovely Rita, patron saint of hopeless cases of Stéphane Clavier : Rita
2004 Clara and me Arnaud Viard : Clara
2004 : What they think of Anne Theron : Sarah
2005 : Bab el web Merzak Allouache : Laurence
2005 Camping at the farm of Jean -Pierre Sinapius : Judge
2006 : From the owners of Brice Cauvin : Sophie
2006 : My best friend Patrice Leconte : Catherine
2006: Hare Vatanen Marc Rivière Olga
2006 A Woman in Winter Richard Jobson : Caroline
2007: Childhoods of Ferroukhi
2007: Red Ants Stéphan Carpiaux : Anne
2007: A kiss please Emmanuel Mouret Emilia
2009 : 8 times standing Xabi Molia : Elsa
2009 Kérity home tales Dominique Monféry : Mother (voice)
2010: A mounted Denys Granier- Deferre : Laurence
2010: Without a trace of Grégoire Vigneron : Clemence Meunier
2011: The Shape of Art to Come Julien Levy
2011: The Art seduce Guy Mazarguil : Hélène
2011: Practical Guide to Belgrade with Singing and Crying Bojan Vuletic : Sylvie
2011: Carré blanc Jean- Baptiste Leonetti Marie
2012: Our best holiday Philippe Lellouche : Isabelle
2012: If I do not have the gold palm Renaud Cohen Julia
2012: After, Géraldine Maillet: Julie
2013: Quai d' Orsay Bertrand Tavernier : Valérie Dumontheil
2013: The Souls paper Vincent Lannoo : Emma