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Anouk Aimée (Nicole Françoise Florence Dreyfus) was born on 27 April, 1932 in French Third Republic, is a French film actress. Discover Anouk Aimée's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 89 years old?

Popular As Nicole Françoise Florence Dreyfus
Occupation actress
Age 89 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 27 April 1932
Birthday 27 April
Birthplace French Third Republic
Nationality French Third Republic

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Anouk Aimée Height, Weight & Measurements

At 89 years old, Anouk Aimée height is 5' 7" (1.7 m) .

Physical Status
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)
Weight Not Available
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Who Is Anouk Aimée's Husband?

Her husband is Pierre Barouh (m. 1966–1969), Nikos Papatakis (m. 1951–1954), Edouard Zimmermann (m. 1949–1950)

Parents Not Available
Husband Pierre Barouh (m. 1966–1969), Nikos Papatakis (m. 1951–1954), Edouard Zimmermann (m. 1949–1950)
Sibling Not Available
Children Manuella Papatakis

Anouk Aimée Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Anouk Aimée worth at the age of 89 years old? Anouk Aimée’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from French Third Republic. We have estimated Anouk Aimée's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2020 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
Salary in 2019 Under Review
House Not Available
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Source of Income Actress

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As of 2018, has never appeared in a film nominated for the Best Picture Oscar.


As of 2016 she is the 10th earliest surviving recipient of a Best Actress Oscar nomination, tied with Vanessa Redgrave and behind only Olivia de Havilland, Leslie Caron, Carroll Baker, Joanne Woodward, Shirley MacLaine, Doris Day, a tied Piper Laurie and Sophia Loren, Julie Andrews, and a tied Julie Christie and Samantha Eggar. She was nominated in 1966 for A Man and a Woman (1966).


She won the 2009 "Prix Henri-Langlois" for her film work.


Has supported Lionel Jospin's 2002 presidential campaign.


Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#56). [1995]


Was once approached to star in the unmade 'At Lake Lugano', which would've been penned by Barbara Turner and directed by Robert Altman. The project never saw the light of the day, for reasons that remain controversial to this day: Aimée herself claims that, as she met him in Paris, Altman struck her as a very authoritarian person it would've been difficult to work with. Turner, on the other hand, claims the director was annoyed by the Anouk's choice of not seeing any of his prior movies and eventually told the actress to her face that he would've preferred Annie Girardot to play the role. Aimée eventually went on to work with Altman in Ready to Wear (1994).


Returned to the stage in 1990 after a 37 years absence to play the role of Alexa (Melissa) in a new version of A.R. Gurney's 'Love Letters' under the direction of Lars Schmidt, who had witnessed her stage debut in 'Sud' and thought of her for the part. Over the years, she did reprise the role several times opposite different partners, which included Bruno Cremer (1990), Jean-Louis Trintignant (1991), Philippe Noiret (2005), Jacques Weber (2006), Alain Delon (2008) and Gérard Depardieu (2014).


Élie Chouraqui was her companion for part of the 70's and 80's. He directed her in Mon premier amour (1978), Le roman du samedi: Une page d'amour (1980), Qu'est-ce qui fait courir David? (1982), Les marmottes (1993) and Celle que j'aime (2009).


Anouk Aimee is mentioned, along with many other celebrities, in Bette Midler's list song, "Samedi et Vendredi", on her 1976 album, "Songs for the New Depression".


During the shooting of Justine (1969), she and actor Michael York were very much at odds with director George Cukor (who had replaced Joseph Strick). Aimée used to leave the set quite often- to be with her fiancé Albert Finney- and threaten never to come back, something that slowed down the shooting. Cukor stated in interviews that he felt Anouk's acting inability damaged the movie.


Of all the roles she turned down, the one she regrets not accepting the most was the Faye Dunaway role in The Thomas Crown Affair (1968).


First actor to receive an Oscar nomination for a French-language performance (for A Man and a Woman (1966)).


Was one of several actresses considered for the role of "The Baroness" in the film version of The Sound of Music (1965); the role ultimately went to Eleanor Parker.


She won the 1961 'Étoile de cristal' for Best Actress for her performance in La Dolce Vita (1960).


Has been friends with Michel Piccoli her whole life, having known him at acting classes. They appeared together in Les mauvaises rencontres (1955), A Leap in the Dark (1980), The General of the Dead Army (1983), Viva la vie (1984), Success Is The Best Revenge (1984), L'amour maudit de Leisenbohg (1991), Rupture(s) (1993) and One Hundred and One Nights (1995).


She originated the role of Regina in the first production of Julien Green's controversial Civil War Drama 'Sud', which marked her stage debut (in 1953). After this experience, she grew so terrified of stage work that she didn't tread the boards again until 1990.


Mother of Manuella Papatakis (b. September 15th 1951).


In the 1950s, she took some dancing and stage acting lessons from Andrée Bauer-Thérond.


In his autobiography (M le Mocky), Jean-Pierre Mocky admits his love feelings towards Aimée, whom she had known since the late 40s. Despite having always had plans to propose, he initially thought to wait since she wasn't of age yet. After the 17 years old Aimée had an affair with her 27 years old co-star Serge Reggiani on the set of Les amants de Vérone (1949), Mocky was so disappointed by her conduct that he gave up his romantic plans. He was, however, instrumental in casting the actress in Head Against the Wall (1959) (where he also starred).


The daughter of actress Geneviève Sorya, in 1948 she played the part of Juliette in Les amants de Vérone (1949).


Adopted her stage name "Anouk" after playing a character of that name in her debut film, Henri Calef's La maison sous la mer (1947), in 1946. The name "Aimée" was given to her by Jacques Prévert, who penned La fleur de l'âge (1947), where she starred.