French actress, screenwriter.
Born August 9, 1939 in Boulogne-Biancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, Paris, France.
Real name and surname - Marie-France Thiellan.
After leaving school, she worked as a model for Coco Chanel. Meeting with director Mark'O helped the actress enter the world of cinema. In 1963-1964 she studied acting at the American Center in Paris. Together with actors Pierre Clementi and Jean-Pierre Calfon, she participated in the creation of the first Parisian café-theaters.
Since 1965 - on the theater stage, she has played in the leading Parisian drama theaters in plays by Shakespeare, Margaret Duras, Ingmar Bergman. In 2008 she received a nomination for the Moliere Theater Award for her role in the play "Homme sans but" at the Odeon Theater.
On the big screen since 1964 as Giji in the film "Les Idoles" (1964, directed by Mark'O). She played a small but notable role in the short film Voilà l'ordre! Directed by Jacques Baratier! (1966). Since 1967 - on TV.
Bulle Ogier is an actress of filigree acting technique. Ogier's art is marked by restraint, strict grace, a sense of modernity, psychological precision.
She played in films of prominent directors of world cinema: Luis Bunuel - Florence in the film "The Modest Charm of the Bourgeoisie" (1972), Jacques Rivette - Claire in the drama "Mad Love" (1969), Pauline and Emily in the films "Down with One" (1971) and "Alone: The Ghost" (1974), Camilla in the film "Celine and Julie Lied Altogether" (1974, B. Ozhier - scriptwriter), Viva in "Duel" (1976), Constance in "Gang of Four" (1988), Princess de Blemont in the drama "Don't Touch the Ax!" (2006), Margaret Duras - Marcel in the film adaptation of M. Duras' play "All Day in the Trees" (1977), Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Hilde Kruger in the social drama "The Third Generation" (1979), Claude Chabrol - Evelyn Bordier in the detective "In heart of lies "(1998), Claude Lelouch - Jeannine in the drama" Marriage "(1974).
Bulle Ogier was nominated twice for the César Award - for her role as Nadine in the film Salon Venus (1999) and Genevieve Belinsky in the comedy Let Everything Dance! (2007).
"Nobody Loves Me / Personne ne m'aime" (1994, directed by Marion Vernu) won a Prize at the 1994 Locarno IFF.
Acts as a scriptwriter for individual films. In the 90s, she actively starred in films of young filmmakers.
For creativity in general - Grand Prix at the Montreal IFF, Canada, 2000.
Officer of the Order of the Legion of Honor - January, 2009.
Actress Pascal Ogier is the daughter of Bulle Ogier. Director and producer Barbier Schroeder is the actress's husband.