Juliette Binoche was born on 9th March, 1964, in the 12th Arrondissement City of Paris, France. She is also known by the name, La Binoche.

She is a French actress, dancer and an artist. She is the daughter of the actor-director, Jean-Marie Binoche, and the teacher, Monique Stalens. She has two siblings, Marion Stalens (actor) and Camille Humeau (musician).

Binoche is married to Andre Halle. They got married in 1992. They are the parents of Raphael Halle. After three years of marriage, in 1995, they parted ways. Then, she tied the knot with Benoit Magimel, a French actor. The couple are the parents of Hana Magimel. Binoche had a very tough and abandoned childhood. She lived with her grandmother and her sister as her parents got divorced when she was just four. She went to a boarding school with her sister, Marion. Juliette joined the school theatre group and started performing for different productions.

Juliette debuted in the French film industry with the movie, Hail Mary, in 1983. In this movie she played the role of Juliette, a girl who forces Joseph (second lead) to get with her. However, she was included in only a few of the scenes in the final cut of the movie. She did many movies at the start of her career in which she mostly played the supporting character. These movies include Les Nanas, Family Life, Adieu Blaireau, etc.

She debuted in a lead role in the movie, Rendez-vous. In this movie, she played the role of Nina, a girl who is engaged in one-night stands with many people and is fed up of sharing apartments with strangers. It is the story of her life after she moves out of her old apartment and rents her own new place, and also when she meets Paulot, a clerk from real estate.

The actor is the recipient of many awards. These awards include an Academy Award under the category Best Supporting Actress for the movie, The English Patient, in the year 1997, an award for the Best Actress in 2010 at the Cannes Film Festival for the movie, Certified Copy, and many others.

Juliette is also very active in campaigns related to human rights.

She was also a part of the “Protest Picnic” campaign of 2002, which was initiated in opposition to the Vivendi Universal Company’s step of firing Chairman Pierre Lescure of Canal+ (a French television channel).

She is also a very kind-hearted person, as she has actively worked for orphan kids. She is the Patron of the Cambodian Charity Enfants d’Asie, France. She has raised funds for the construction of homes for orphans.

Julie White English Actress

Julie White

Julie White was born on 4th June, 1961, in San Diego city of California, USA.She is an American actress who is the daughter of Sue Jane Terry, a therapist, and, Edwin White, a dentist by profession. She was married to Carl Pandel. The couple tied the knot in 1984, but couldn’t remain together and finally divorced each other in 1990. They are the parents of Alexandra Pandel, who is a theatre artist. She later married Christopher Conner in 2001, but eventually divorced him after seven years in 2008. White is an alumnus of the South West Texas State University (which is now known as the Texas State University). She was doing her Major in English from the Fordham University, but couldn’t complete it because of her acting career, which began in the middle of her college education. She started pursuing her dream of acting at the age of sixteen, when she started acting in local theatres. She was sixteen when she played a lead role in a musical play called The Baker’s Wife.Julie is known to be an exceptional stage actress, who started her acting in the resident theatres in USA. Her resident theatre acts include Largo Desolato (1990), at the Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven; On the Verge of the Hunington Theatre Company (1985 to 1986); Marvin’s Room at the Seattle Theatre (1992), and other such plays. The actor’s first off-Broadway play was in 1988 in a musical called the Lucky Stiff. Her other off-Broadway appearances include Just Say No in 1988, Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar and Grille in 1989, and Theresa Rebeck in 1992. Julie starred in many TV shows. She was a part of the HBO series, Six Feet Under, in which she played the role of Mitzi Dalton-Huntley. She appeared in the NBC show, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, playing Dr. Anne Morella. She has also been involved in other TV shows, including Desperate Housewives, The Little Dog Laughed, and ‘Cavemen’. She has also lent her voice for the character of Wendy Murphy in the animated movie, Monsters vs. Aliens, in 2009.Her best known work was seen in the action film series of ‘Transformers’, in which she played Judy Witwicky, who was the mother of Sam Witwicky. Julie has been nominated for the Drama Desk Award 2015 under the category Outstanding Featured Actress, and also for the Tony Awards of 2015 under Best Featured Actress in a Play category.She has received a Tony Award for the Best Lead Actress for a Play and an Obie Award for her performances.


June Squibb

June Louise Squibb was born on 6th November, 1929 in the city of Vandalia in Illinois, USA. She is the daughter of JoyBelle, who was a professional golfer and pianist. Her father, Lewis Squibb, was an insurance businessman, who was also a part of World War 2 as he was in the US Navy. She was married to Edward Sostek, who was an actor and theatre artist. The couple came together in 1953, but parted ways after six years of relationship in 1959. Later, she married Charles Kakatsakis, an acting teacher. He died in 1999. She has a son from her second husband, Charles, whom she named, Harry Kakatsakis. Harry is a film producer by profession. June began her career in acting in a musical theatre at St. Louis Muny. After honing her skills in the theatre Muny, she took professional training from the Cleveland Play House (a theatre group) in Cleveland Ohio, and also went to the famous Herbert Berghof Studio (HBS) of Greenwich Village in New York City. She got her major success in theatre in 1958, when she did an off-Broadway play called The Boyfriend. In this, she played the role of the character, Dulcie. Her second major play was Lend an Ear, in the year 1959. Squibb has been a part of many national-international tours, summer stock, resident theatre and Broadway shows. June debuted on the silver screen in 1990 with the movie, ‘Alice’. This was a Woody Allen movie, based on the life of a high-class lady, Alice Tate, from New York, and her life as a married woman. In this film, June had to play the role of Hilda. Even though it was a side role, critics appreciated June for her performance. The actress is best known for her work in the movie ‘Nebraska’, by Alexander Payne in the year 2013. This was a modern black and white comedy film. In this movie, she played the character of Kate Grant, who is the wife of Woodrow, and mother of David and Ross. Her other movies include In and Out, Meet Joe Black, Dead Write, The Perfect Family, Would You Rather, and Love the Coopers, among others. June was awarded for her outstanding performance in the film, Nebraska. This movie was able to garner her the first Oscar under the category Best Actress in a Supporting Role in the year 2014. Other than this, she is the recipient of the 2014 Golden Globe Award, Independent Spirit Award, Critics Choice Movie Award, and New York Film Critics Circle Award (2013) for the Best Actress in a Supporting Role. She also received the Screen Actors Guild Award under the category Outstanding Performance by a Female in a Supporting role in 2014.

June Squibb English Actress