Adele Exarchopoulos Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Adele Exarchopoulos Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
Adele Exarchopoulos Net Worth: Adele Exarchopoulos is a French performer who has net worth of $2 million. She’s famous for playing the role of Adele in Blue is the Warmest Colour. Adele took acting classes at nine years old due to her shyness. In 2005 she made her debut in the movie Martha. She was seen by means of an agent in 2006 and made her TV debut on the show R.I.S, police scientifique. She starred in the movies Les enfants de Timpelbach, The Round Up, Turk’s Head, Chez Gino, Carre blanc, Bits of Me, and that I Used to Be Darker. Her 2013 performance as Adele in the film Blue is the Warmest Colour won and was nominated for multiple awards. She went to star in the films Risky and is scheduled to appear in Voyage vers la mere, The Final Face, and Bastille Day.
November 22, 1993
Camden, London, England
5' 8" (1.73 m)
Marina Niquet, Didier Exarchopoulos
César Award for Most Promising Actress, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Young Performer
Empire Award for Best Female Newcomer, New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress, Satellite Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture
Her parents sent her to acting classes when she was nine to help her overcome her shyness.
[on auditions - Variety Best Actress Roundtable (2013)] Sometimes there is a casting director who doesn't make you comfortable, like you come and they're just, "OK, we're gonna do more sad, maybe she's more sad", and you doesn't take any pleasure in fact because you're like so stressed and after you go you got some regrets. Sometimes they give you some strange excuse when it's not you the one they pick, like, "No, it's a movie for small people and I think you're too tall, so no", or, "No, I prefer brown girl", and you're like, "Yeah, but it's cinema, you can make me brown".
[on being interviewed by Abdellatif Kechiche for a leading role in Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013)] He was sitting there and it was so strange. It felt like an exam. I'm not comfortable with telling a director how badly I want to work with them. He didn't speak, he just watched and observed me. We remained in silence just watching each other. I thought it was going terribly but I discovered that he's always like that. In interviews he takes his time to make sure he chooses the right words.
[on performing the role of Adele for Abdellatif Kechiche] I had to really lose myself. We had no makeup or hair on set. He'd give me directions like, 'Buy a hamburger and cry. Go.' Even while I was sleeping he'd be shooting me. He wanted to capture every moment's truth. So the journey was different for everyone. I grew up with my character and I discovered how fragile I can be. So, yeah, I learned a lot about my emotions, my work ethic, and how far I'm willing to go. It was taxing and overwhelming, but I loved it.
[on performing sex scenes with Léa Seydoux in Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013)] American audiences aren't used to it. It's a choice by the director. We all have sex, it's like a drug, everyone loves it. We had to show how making love to someone is visceral. We had to convey how much of yourself you give over. So we chose to show everyone the emotion behind discovering one's sexuality.. It was really a question of trust. We were allies on this movie. So I helped her and she helped me.