first achieved international fame with Luc Besson
's 1990 film La Femme Nikita, for which she won a Cesar (France's equivalent to the Oscar) for Best Actress.
Following the success of La Femme Nikita, Parillaud went on to star in the critically acclaimed Map of the Human Heart, as well as Innocent Blood, Six Days, Six Nights (directed by French director Diane Kurys) and Dead Girl, directed by Adam Coleman Howard (Slaves of New York).
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
Anne Parillaud Facts
|The Fling in Lenzuolo|
|The Man in the Iron Mask|
|La Femme Nikita|
|In Their Sleep|
|Map of the Human Heart|
|For A Cop's Hide|