Prior to her American breakthrough, Marceau became a star in France thanks to starring roles in "La boum" ("The Party") (1980) and its popular 1982 sequel, which earned her a Cesar as Most Promising Newcomer. debut in the French comedy, "Pacific Palisades" (1990), but it was her supporting turn as William Wallace's unlikely lover and ally in "Braveheart" that served as her true introduction to American audiences.
She went on to deliver noted performances in "Joyeuses Pâques" (1984) and "Fort Saganne" (1984), before starting a collaboration with Polish director and husband of 17 years, Andrzej Zulawski, on "L'Amour braque" (1985). From there, Marceau starred as the titular "Anna Karenina" (1997), was one of the main villains in the James Bond adventure, "The World is Not Enough" (1999), and had a supporting turn in Rob Reiner's "Alex and Emma" (2003).
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And it's not the first time she's given the paparazzi palpitations.
The darling of French cinema had her second Cannes wardrobe malfunction within a week when her plunging black jacket opened a little too wide as she headed into a private after party in the southern France city.
In addition, she's also directed numerous opera productions, including The Rape of Lucretia, and The Magic Flute.In 2007 she received the Samuel Beckett Award for writing and directing the play The Terrific Electric.She has appeared in TV shows Torchwood and Midsomer Murders, as well as the film Traffic Warden.Unbeknown to Sophie, as she strolled off the red carpet she accidentally pulled the wrap dress up so far she flashed her flesh-coloured pants.The Bridget Jones style knickers covered her up appropriately, but the knicker-flash is embarrassing all the same.