Known for both her blonde, ethereal beauty and her considerable talent, Julie Delpy is one of the most popular French actresses of her generation. Born to show business parents in Paris on December 21, 1969, Delpy was discovered at age 14 by director Jean-Luc Godard, who cast her in his 1985 Détective. The young actress had her first starring role two years later as the title character in Bertrand Tavernier’s La Passion Béatrice, and then gained worldwide prominence with her portrayal of a young pro-Nazi eager to produce babies for the Fuhrer in Agneiszka Holland’s Europa, Europa (1991).
Subsequent efforts to make Delpy a mainstream Hollywood actress in such films as The Three Musketeers (1993) were largely resisted by Delpy herself, who demonstrated a preference for appearing in the small, thought-provoking films best appreciated at cinema festivals. She made some of her more memorable appearances in Killing Zoe (1994), which cast… read more
If Delpy ever makes another "2 days in..." movie, she should do one where Vincent Gallo is the boyfriend, instead of wasting him in a cameo, like she did in "...New York". Hilarity would surely ensue with Gallo as the boyfriend. Gallo would make Adam Goldberg seem like an altar boy. Delpy wouldn't even have to write lines for him- Gallo could just go on a rant for 90 mins. And I would be there, popcorn in left hand, handkerchief in right hand, ready to wipe away tears of laughter...
directing comes naturally to her? Too bad that doesn't come through in her movies...she's full of shit