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Bérénice Bejo stars in "The Artist," opposite Jean Dujardin, John Goodman, James Cromwell and Penelope Ann Miller, as Peppy Miller. The film is directed by Bejo's husband, Michel Hazanavicius.

Born in Argentina, Bérénice Bejo moved to France at the age of three with her ??parents. Her father, director Miguel Bejo, immersed her in film culture and made her take acting classes. She made her first screen appearance in the short films "Toast" (1993) and "Speaker or Lesbian" (1996) before taking on the role of Karine in Abdelkrim Bahloul's "Les soeurs Hamlet" ("The Hamlet Sisters") in 1998. She then landed small roles in "The Captive" and "Passionnément," before nabbing a lead role in Gerard Jugnot's film "Most Promising Young Actress," earning her a César nomination for, appropriately enough, Most Promising Actress. On French television, Bejo starred in "Un et un font six," "Le juge est une femme," and "Sauvetage."

In 2001, the lovely and charming Bejo crossed the Atlantic to star as the confidante of Shannyn Sossamon opposite Heath Ledger in the Middle Ages film "A Knight's Tale," directed by Brian Helgeland. on the screen. In France, she took roles for directors Marie-France Pisier ("Like an Airplane," 2002), Laurent Bouhnik ("24 Hours in the Life of a Woman,: 2003) and Steve Suissa ("The Great Role," 2004; "Cavalcade," 2005). She also worked in more intimate films for Anna da Palma ("Sem Ela," 2005) and Manuel Poirier ("The House," 2007), before turning resolutely towards comedy as evidenced by her performance opposite Jean Dujardin in "OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies" (2006), Kad Merad in "Modern Love" (2007) and Didier Bourdon in "Bouquet Final" (2008). She next starred in the thriller "13m ²";; (2007) before appearing in "Hell" (2009), directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot, "Prey," directed by Antoine Blossier, and the fantasy thriller "After the Hunt," with Colin Grégoire and François Levantal.

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Age: 40 years old
Birthday: July 7, 1976
Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hometown: France

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