|Net Worth||$50 Million|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (1.64 m)|
|Date of Birth||Aug 14, 1963 (58 years old)|
Emmanuelle Beart Net Worth:
How Much Is Emmanuelle Béart Net Worth?
French actress Emmanuelle Béart has a net worth of $50 million. Béart has been in over 60 films, including as 1986’s “Manon des Sources,” 1992’s “Un coeur en hiver,” 1995’s “Une femme française,” 1996’s “Mission: Impossible,” 1998’s “Don Juan,” and 2002’s “8 femmes” (“8 Women”). In 2012, Emmanuelle was awarded an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters, and in 2015, she was made a Chevalier of the Legion of Honor.
Emmanuelle Béart was born in France on August 14, 1963 as Emmanuelle Béhart-Hasson. Some sources indicate she was born in St. Tropez, while others claim she was born in Gassin. Her mother was a model, while her father was a singer and composer. Emmanuelle has seven half-siblings, six from her mother’s side and one from her father’s. As an adolescent, Béart spent the summer in Montreal with an English-speaking family that her father knew. When the summer finished, the family persuaded Emmanuelle to remain until she completed her baccalauréat at the French-language private school Collège International Marie de France. Later, she attended acting school in Paris.
In 1972, Béart played an uncredited appearance in “La course du lièvre à travers les champs,” and in 1976, she starred in “Demain les mômes.” She starred in the 1980 television film “Le great Poucet,” followed by the 1983 film “Premier Desirs” and the 1985 film “L’amour en douce” (“Love on the Quiet”). In 1986, Emmanuelle portrayed Manon in the successful film “Manon des Sources,” which scored #60 on “Empire” magazine’s 2010 list of the “100 Best Films in World Cinema.” She portrayed the angel in the 1987 American film “Date with an Angel,” co-starring Phoebe Cates. Béart subsequently participated in the 1988 French film ” gauche en sortant de l’ascenseur” and the 1990 Italian film “Il viaggio di Capitan Fracassa.” In 1991, she featured in “La Belle Noiseuse” and “J’embrasse pas” (“I Don’t Kiss”); in 1992, she portrayed Camille in “Un cur en hiver,” which won four honors at the 49th Venice International Film Festival and garnered Emmanuelle a nomination for a César Award. In 1995, Béart acted in “Une femme francaise” and “Nelly et Monsieur Arnaud” (“Nelly and Mr. Arnaud”), then in 1996, she co-starred alongside Tom Cruise in the $457.7 million-grossing picture “Mission: Impossible.”
Emmanuelle played opposite Penélope Cruz in the 1998 film “Don Juan,” and then acted in the 1999 films “Le Temps retrouvé,” “La Bûche,” and “Elephant Juice.” In 2002, she played with Catherine Deneuve, Isabelle Huppert, Fanny Ardant, Virginie Ledoyen, Danielle Darrieux, Ludivine Sagnier, and Firmine Richard in the musical comedy “8 femmes,” which garnered 12 nominations for the César Award. In the same year, Béart also starred in “Searching for Debra Winger,” a documentary directed by Rosanna Arquette. In 2003, at age 39, she appeared naked on the cover of the best-selling issue of French “Elle” and acted in the films “Les Égarés,” “Nathalie,” and “Histoire de Marie et Julien” (“The Story of Marie and Julien”). Emmanuelle co-starred in the 2006 thriller “A Crime” alongside Norman Reedus and Harvey Keitel, and in 2007 she acted in the drama “Les Témoins” (“The Witnesses”). Béart debuted in the horror film “Vinyan” and the comedy “Disco” in 2008, then appeared in “Nous Trois” and “a begin par la end” in 2010 and “Ma compagne de nuit” in 2011. In 2012, she featured in “Télé gaucho” (“Pirate TV”) and “Bye Bye Blondie, and in 2014, she starred in the drama “Les Yeux jaunes des crocodiles” and the Australian film “My Mistress.” In recent years, Emmanuelle has appeared in “Beyond the Known World” (2017), “Merveilles à Montfermeil” (“Wonders in the Suburbs”) (2017), and “Margaux Hartmann” (2020) as the titular character.
Emmanuelle began dating actor Daniel Auteuil, with whom she co-starred in a number of films, in the middle of the 1980s; they wed on September 10, 1993. On April 18, 1992, Béart and Auteuil welcomed daughter Nelly. After Emmanuelle and Daniel separated in 1995, she had a son, Johan, with music producer David Moreau in 1996. From 2001 until his suicide in 2003, she was in a relationship with film producer Vincent Meyer. Béart married actor Michal Cohen on August 13, 2008, and the couple adopted Surafel from Ethiopia in 2009. After their 2011 separation, Emmanuelle began dating director/cinematographer Frédéric Chaudier, whom she married on September 21, 2018. Béart has acted as a UNICEF ambassador and has been an outspoken opponent of France’s anti-immigration laws. Emmanuelle disclosed in a 2012 interview with “Le Monde” that she undergone lip surgery at age 27 and expressed sorrow about the treatment.
Honors and Candidatures
Béart has been nominated for eight César Awards, taking home the award for Best Supporting Actress for “Manon des sources” in 1987. She was awarded the Actor’s Mission Award at the 2012 Art Film Festival and the City of Seville Award at the next Seville European Film Festival. Emmanuelle was awarded the Stanislavsky Prize at the 2010 Moscow International Film Festival, and she was selected the festival’s Best Actress for “Une femme francaise” in 1995. She was awarded the European Film Award for European Actress for her performance in “8 femmes,” and the film got an award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2002. 1993’s “Un coeur en hiver” earned Béart the David di Donatello Award for Best Foreign Actress (Migliore Attrice Straniera), and 1996’s “Nelly et Monsieur Arnaud” earned her a nomination in the same category. She won the Best Actress award for “Le Temps retrouvé” at the 1999 Cabourg Romantic Film Festival, and she won the Best Actress Pasinetti Award at the 1992 Venice Film Festival for “Un coeur en hiver.” Emmanuelle garnered nominations for the European Film Award for Best European Actress for “Nathalie…” (2004) and the “Fangoria” Chainsaw Award for Best Actress for “Vinyan” (2010).