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Net Worth:
$8 Million
Jul 1, 1985 (38 years old)
5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
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What is Léa Seydoux's net worth?

Léa Seydoux is a French actress who has a net worth of $8 million. Lea Seydoux is known for her delicate beauty and exceptional acting prowess, earning her a place among the most talented actresses of her generation. Her most notable roles include Isabella in "The Lobster," Emma in "Blue Is the Warmest Color," and Madeleine Swann in the James Bond films "Spectre" and "No Time to Die." Other film roles include "Inglourious Basterds," "Robin Hood," "Midnight in Paris in 2011," and "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol."

Seydoux was nominated for a Cesar Award for her work in the 2008 film "The Beautiful Person." Seydoux was nominated for a second Cesar Award for Most Promising Actress for her role in 2010's "Belle Epine" and for a Cesar Award for Best Actress for the 2012 movie "Farewell, My Queen." In 2013 she won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival for her role in the film "Blue is the Warmest Colour." She also won the Lumieres Award for Best Actress for the movie "Grand Central."

Early Life

Léa Seydoux was born into a prominent French family with a strong connection to the entertainment industry. Her father, Henri Seydoux, is the founder of the wireless technology company Parrot, while her mother, Valérie Schlumberger, is a former actress and philanthropist. Seydoux's grandfather, Jérôme Seydoux, is the chairman of Pathé, a major French film production and distribution company. Her great-uncle, Nicolas Seydoux, serves as the chairman and CEO of Gaumont Film Company, France's oldest film production studio.

Despite her privileged upbringing, Seydoux faced challenges during her childhood. Her parents divorced when she was young, and she struggled with anxiety and shyness. To overcome these issues, she turned to acting and enrolled in drama classes at the age of 18.

Acting Career

Léa Seydoux's acting career began with small roles in French films and television shows. Her first film appearance came in 2006 with the French comedy "Girlfriends." Over the next few years, she continued to work in French cinema, gaining recognition for her performances in films such as "The Beautiful Person" and "Belle Épine."

International Breakthrough

In 2009, Seydoux made her international debut in Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds," playing the small but memorable role of Charlotte LaPadite. This exposure led to more opportunities in Hollywood, with Seydoux appearing in notable films such as "Robin Hood," "Midnight in Paris," and "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol," opposite Tom Cruise.


Blue Is the Warmest Color

Seydoux's career reached new heights in 2013 with her starring role in the critically acclaimed French film "Blue Is the Warmest Color." Directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, the film tells the story of a passionate romance between two young women, played by Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, where it won the prestigious Palme d'Or. In an unprecedented move, Seydoux and Exarchopoulos were awarded the Palme d'Or alongside Kechiche, making them the first actresses to receive the honor since 1952.

Bond Girl: "Spectre" and "No Time to Die"

In 2015, Léa Seydoux joined the iconic James Bond franchise, playing the role of Madeleine Swann in "Spectre." Her captivating performance earned her a place among the legendary "Bond Girls" and solidified her status as an international star. Seydoux reprised her role in the 2021 film "No Time to Die," making her one of the few actresses to appear in multiple Bond films.

Personal Life

Léa Seydoux has been in a long-term relationship with André Meyer, a French businessman. The couple began dating in 2015 and have since built a life together, welcoming their first child, a son named George, in January 2017.

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