Charlotte Rampling took birth in the city of Turner to Isabel Anne, who was a painter and the Olympic gold medallist Godfrey Rampling. Rampling grew up in various places and received her primary education at Versailles. Her sister Sarah committed suicide at the age of 25 years. As a youngster, the siblings used to perform cabaret in various functions. Rampling’s first marriage with Bryan Southcombe in 1972 ended in the year 1976. She also had a son Barnaby Southcombe from the actor. There was also a scandal which claimed that the couple stayed with another male model having a tri-partied love relationship. Later she tied the knot with a composer Jean Michel Jarre from France in 1978. Her second son David Jarre was born who is now a renowned composer. Her stepdaughter Emille Jarre also grew up under her affection and went on to become a fashion designer. Rampling’s second marriage was also called off in the year 1997.
Rampling’s first venture was in the form of a model for the brand Cadbury. Initially, her role as an actress was playing a part of Water Skier in ‘The Knack...and how to Get It’. After that, she acted as an extra cast on the Beatle’s film named A Hard Day’s Night in the year 1964. She also played many comedy roles in her career. Her much-acclaimed films include Georgy Girl, Rotten to the Core, Long Duel, Three, Corky and many more. Rampling is always remembered for acting in some of the very different roles in films like The Night Porter where she was cast as women trapped in concentration camps by the Nazi.
Rampling was being enlisted in as the 97th actress who is sexy in the history of world cinema by Empire Magazine. She is also the recipient of Honorary Cesar awarded by the French Academy of Cinema. Her presence as the jury in Berlin Film Festival in the year 2006 added one more feather to her cap.
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