Elodie's favourite thing about American culture is cookie dough.
Elodie had already been in 25 movies at the age of 25.
Elodie went to a Catholic high school because it was closer to home.
Elodie's character in the film The Dreamlife of Angels is a sociable but rootless young woman who takes a dead-end job in a clothing factory.
Elodie presented the film Poetical Refugee (La Faute à Voltaire) at Stanford to on May 9th.
Elodie presented the film Poetical Refugee (La Faute a Voltaire) at Stanford to on May 9th.
Elodie starred in in the American Zoetrope production of Roman Coppola's first feature film, CQ, which premiered at Cannes.
Elodie was nominated in the Chlotrudis Awards in 2000.
Elodie is currently working on the foreign film Héros due for release in 2007.
Elodie is a huge movie and TV star in France.
Elodie became a model at the age of 13.
Elodie has trained as a dancer. She payed for the lessons with babysitting money.
Elodie has purchased a house in Beverly Hills as of 2006.
Elodie's first son Tarrajay was born on 22 January 2002.
Elodie was an associate producer on the film The Beat Nicks in 2000.
Elodie's first major acting gig was in Serge Gainsbourg's last film, Stan the Flasher.
Elodie won many awards for her role in The Dream Life of Angels. She won the Best Actress Award at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival, the European Film Award for Best Actress, the Best Actress Award at the 1999 Lumière Awards and the Best Actress French César of 1999.
Elodie won her first César for her role in the movie Wild Reeds at the young age of 20. The award was for 'Most Promising Young Actress.'
Elodie recorded music with Jean-Louis Murat.
Elodie's agent's name is David Vatinet.
Elodie got a Diploma of theatrical studies at the University of Paris.
Elodie is married to Thomas Bangalter from the band Daft Punk as of 2006.
Elodie has a son named Tarrajay.