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Audrey Tautou is a well-known actress of French origin, famous for having been the protagonist of hits such as “Amélie” and “The Da Vinci Code” with Tom Hanks.
Audrey Tautou was born on August 9, 1978 in the city of Beaumont, located in the Puy-de-Dôme region in France.
He grew up in a family of upper middle class, with a dentist father and a mother teacher. She has a brother and two sisters, all younger than her.
As a child she was a passionate fan of monkeys and primates in all its varieties, wanting to follow the career of Dian Fossey, the famous primatologist.
Growing up, this fascination not only was not lost but increased.
Also as a child, she began to take pleasure in acting, mainly comedy, since the dramas did not seem entertaining. So it was that her parents decided to enroll her in the Cours Florent.
Many of the greatest actors in France emerged from this institution, which intimidated little Audrey. However, he had the courage to continue his classes and finally graduate as one of the most prominent actresses of his generation.
In 1998 he decided to register for the “Jeunes Premiers” contest (the Young debuts) that sponsored the Paris Canal +.
To his surprise, he won the Best Young Actress award and little by little the offers began to emerge.
In 1999 he filmed “Venus Beauty Institute” which guaranteed the Suzanne Bianchetti award, to the most promising actress in the whole country.
Shortly after this, Audrey’s fame overcame all language barriers by starring in “Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain,” a romantic comedy with the typical French touch.
Shortly before his presentation in the United States, Audrey traveled to Indonesia to save a temple dedicated to primates.
Many paparazzi said it was about escaping all the press he was receiving, but his friends denied this by talking about his fascination with monkeys.
After other national productions, Audrey arrived in the world of Hollywood with her starring role alongside Tom Hanks in the film adaptation of Dan Brown’s book, “The Da Vinci Code.”
Despite the huge success of the film, Audrey stated that she was mainly a French actress, and that she wanted to pursue her national career rather than in Hollywood.
Of course, with these statements he added that he was not giving up any kind of production in another language, but he was not among his plans at the moment.