On March 25, 2005 Ludivine gave birth to her daughter, Bonnie.
She was a supporter of Lionel Jospin during his campaign for presidency in 2002.
She began acting when she was 10 years old.
Ludivine's sister is named Delphine.
Liv Ullmann is her favorite actress.
Director P.J. Hogan approached Ludivine to play Tinkerbell in the 2003 remake of the movie Peter Pan because of her performace in Gouttes d'eau sur pierres brûlantes.
In 2001, Ludivine was recognized by the European Film Promotion as a "Shooting Star".
During an peritonitis operation, the doctor found a benign tumour. As a result she has a scar on her stomach.
In 2003, Ludivine starred in two movies which went against each other in the Cannes Film Festival. The movies were Swimming Pool and Petite Lili, La.
Ludivine is 5'3" tall.
Ludivine: Hollywood is a wonderful machine for making big movies. In France, we make smaller and more personal films, but if things keep changing this will disappear. The industry in Italy is practically gone. Cinecitta now is used mostly by filmmakers from others places, like Martin Scorsese.
Ludivine: I don't do nudity for fame or to become popular, because that only lasts so long. Look at Brigitte Bardot ... she's become a fascist and hates everyone.
Ludivine: The French have their double standards. For example, I don't think anyone in France could make a movie like Larry Clark's Bully, because he combines sex and violence and humor. And, recently, there was this photo of Christina Aguilera on the magazine covers, where she was naked from the back, wearing only a G-string. The French were shocked ... and called her bad names. It was a scandal for two weeks.
Ludivine: I don't need much money to live the way I live in Paris. I'm only 23 and I don't have great material needs, but I do have big artistic ambitions.
Ludivine: (on being recognized as Tinkerbell) I'd say people recognize me but having children recognize me is the best. It is a very special thing. Suddenly you feel like you have the power to make the children's dreams come true and it's better than anything else.
Ludivine: I don't act to be popular, or see my face on the cover of magazines every time I go out to get coffee. I don't want to think about me all the time, and what I look like.
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