Brigitte Fossey is a French actress. She was born on June 15, 1946, in Tourcoing, Nord, France. When she was only six years old, she started her career as a child actress. First, she appeared in a film titled Forbidden Games as Paulette. She got a lot of love and support from the audience.
Beth is a daughter of Nee Bowden (Nina Lou) and Joseph Broderick. Beth has two sisters. She was raised up in Huntington Beach, California. She was interested in acting at childhood. She completed her high school education at the age of sixteen.
She proceeded to the American Academy of Arts in Pasadena, California, where she graduated at the age of eighteen. She pursued her acting career in New York City.
She was in a relationship with director Jean-François Adam for several years. She met him when she was making his 1970 film M comme Mathieu. After having a relationship for several years, finally, they got married in 1966. They have a child named Marie Adam. Her current relationship status is divorce.
Brigitte Fossey is not active on social media. There is no specific information about this.[
Professional life and Career
She started her professional acting career at the age of six. She appeared in a film named Forbidden Games as Paulette. She got huge positive feedback from the audience. Not only that, she won the ‘Academy Award’ in the category of ‘Best Foreign Language Film’.
She is a child actress and as a child actress, she appeared in many films including The Steel Rope, and The Happy Road. She also appeared in a film titled Cinema Paradiso as Elena Mendola in 1988. It was a successful film. And because of this, she won Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
She is fluent in English. American actor/director Gene Kelly hired her for his 1957 film, The Happy Road. When she was ten years old, her parents decided not to get their daughter involved in the film business so that she could focus on studies.
She studied dance and piano. Later, she went to work in Geneva, Switzerland as an interpreter/translator. In 1977, she nominated for a César Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Le Bon et les méchants and in 1978, she nominated for a César Award for Best Actress for Les Enfants du placard. Her last film’s name is Don’t Tell Her and it was in 1917. She holds a prestigious position in the French acting field.