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Brigitte Bardot

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Brigitte Bardot
Ein sex anaa genderfemale Edit
Country wey e be citizenFrance Edit
Name in native languageBrigitte Bardot Edit
Birth nameBrigitte Anne-Marie Bardot Edit
Name wey dem give amBrigitte, Anne-Marie Edit
Family nameBardot Edit
NicknameBB Edit
Ein date of birth28 September 1934 Edit
Place dem born am15th arrondissement of Paris Edit
Ein poppieLouis Bardot Edit
MummieAnne-Marie Mucel Edit
SiblingMijanou Bardot Edit
SpouseRoger Vadim, Jacques Charrier, Gunter Sachs, Bernard d'Ormale Edit
Unmarried partnerGilbert Bécaud, Serge Gainsbourg Edit
KiddieNicolas-Jacques Charrier Edit
Native languageFrench Edit
Languages dem dey speak, rep anaa signFrench Edit
Educate forCours Hattemer, Conservatoire de Paris Edit
ResidenceSaint-Tropez Edit
Work period (start)1952 Edit
Work period (end)1982 Edit
Lifestylevegetarianism Edit
Religion anaa worldviewCatholicism Edit
Wearscapri pants Edit
Hair colorblond hair Edit
Instrumentvoice Edit
DiscographyBrigitte Bardot discography Edit
FilmographyBrigitte Bardot filmography Edit
Record labelMGM Records, Philips Records, Fontana Records, Barclay, Disc'AZ Edit
Award dem receiveBambi Award, Order of the Golden Ark, Prix des intellectuels indépendants, Legion of Honour, David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress Edit
Dema official websitehttps://www.brigitte-bardot.fr Edit
Described at URLhttps://www.tekstowo.pl/wykonawca,brigitte_bardot.html Edit
Documentation files atSAPA Foundation, Swiss Archive of the Performing Arts Edit

Brigitte Anne-Marie Bardot (dem born am 28 September 1934), wey dem often dey refer am plus ein initials B.B.,[1][2] be former French actress, singer den model. She be famous secof she dey portray sexually emancipated characters plus hedonistic lifestyles, na she be one of de best known sex symbols for de 1950s den 1970s insyd.

Discography[edit | edit source]

Studio albums[edit | edit source]

Year Original title Translation Songwriters(s) Label Main tracks
1956 Et dieu... créa la femme

(music from Roger Vadim's motion picture)

And God Created Woman Paul Misraki Versailles
1963 Brigitte Brigitte Bardot Sings Serge Gainsbourg

Claude Bolling Jean-Max Rivière Fernand Bonifay Spencer Williams Gérard Bourgeois

Philips L'appareil à sous

Invitango Les amis de la musique La Madrague El Cuchipe

1964 B.B. André Popp

Jean-Michel Rivat Jean-Max Rivière Fernand Bonifay Gérard Bourgeois

Moi je joue

Une histoire de plage Maria Ninguém Je danse donc je suis Ciel de lit

1968 Bonnie and Clyde

(with Serge Gainsbourg)

Serge Gainsbourg

Alain Goraguer Spencer Williams Jean-Max Rivière

Fontana Bonnie And Clyde

Bubble Gum Comic Strip

Show Serge Gainsbourg

Francis Lai Jean-Max Rivière

AZ Harley Davidson

Ay Que Viva La Sangria Contact

Oda notable singles[edit | edit source]

Year Original Title Translation Songwriters(s) Label
1962 Sidonie

(music from Louis Malle's the motion picture Vie Privée)

Fiorenzo Capri

Charles Cros Jean-Max Rivière

1965 Viva Maria!

(music from Louis Malle's eponymous motion picture) (with Jeanne Moreau)

Jean-Claude Carrière

Georges Delerue

1966 Le soleil The Sun Jean-Max Rivière

Gérard Bourgeois

1969 La fille de paille The Straw Girl Franck Gérald

Gérard Lenorman

1970 Tu veux ou tu veux pas

(Nem Vem Que Nao Tem)

Do You Want Or Not Pierre Cour

Carlos Imperial

Nue au soleil Naked Under The Sun Jean Fredenucci

Jean Schmidtt

1972 Tu es venu mon amour / Vous Ma Lady

(with Laurent Vergez)

You Came My Love / You My Lady Hugues Aufray

Eddy Marnay Eddie Barclay

Boulevard du rhum

(with Guy Marchand) (music from Robert Enrico's motion picture)

Boulevard Of Rhum François De Roubaix

Jean-Paul-Egide Martini

1973 Soleil de ma vie

(with Sacha Distel)

Sun Of My Life Stevie Wonder

Jean Broussolle

1982 Toutes les bêtes sont à aimer All Animals Must Be Loved Jean-Max Rivière Polydor
1986 Je t'aime... moi non plus

(with Serge Gainsbourg) (released and shelved in 1968)

I Love You... Me Neither Serge Gainsbourg Philips

Books[edit | edit source]

Bardot sanso wrep five books:

  • Noonoah: Le petit phoque blanc (Grasset, 1978)
  • Initiales B.B. (autobiography, Grasset & Fasquelle, 1996)
  • Le Carré de Pluton (Grasset & Fasquelle, 1999)
  • Un Cri Dans Le Silence (Editions Du Rocher, 2003)
  • Pourquoi? (Editions Du Rocher, 2006)

Accolades[edit | edit source]

Awards den nominations[edit | edit source]

  • 12th Victoires du cinéma français (French cinema victories) (1957): Best Actress, win, as Juliette Hardy in And God Created Woman.[3]
  • 11th Bambi Awards (1958): Best Actress, nomination, as Juliette Hardy in And God Created Woman.[4]
  • 14th Victoires du cinéma français (1959): Best Actress, win, as Yvette Maudet in In Case of Adversity.[5]
  • Brussels European Awards (1960): Best Actress, win, as Dominique Marceau in The Truth.[6]
  • 5th David di Donatello Awards (1961): Best Foreign Actress, win, as Dominique Marceau in The Truth.[7]
  • 12th Étoiles de cristal (Crystal stars) by the French Cinema Academy (1966): Best Actress, win, as Marie Fitzgerald O'Malley in Viva Maria!.[8]
  • 18th Bambi Awards (1967): Bambi Award of Popularity, win.[9]
  • 20th BAFTA Awards (1967): BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress, nomination, as Marie Fitzgerald O'Malley in Viva Maria!.[10]

Honours[edit | edit source]

  • 1980: Medal of the City of Trieste.
  • 1985: Legion of Honour. Medal of the City of Lille.
  • 1989: Peace Prize in humanitarian merit.
  • 1992: Induction into the United Nations Environment Programme's Global 500 Roll of Honour. Creation in Hollywood of the Brigitte Bardot International Award as part of the Genesis Awards.
  • 1994: Medal of the City of Paris.
  • 1995: Medal of the City of Saint-Tropez.
  • 1996: Medal of the City of La Baule.
  • 1997: Greece's UNESCO Ecology Award. Medal of the City of Athens.
  • 1999: Asteroid 17062 Bardot was named after her.
  • 2001: PETA Humanitarian Award.
  • 2008: Spanish Altarriba foundation Award.
  • 2017: A statue of 700 kilograms (1,500 lb) and 2.5 metres (8.2 ft) high was erected in her honour in central Saint-Tropez.
  • 2019: GAIA Lifetime Achievement Award from the Belgian association for the defence of animal rights.
  • 2021: Her effigy in Saint-Tropez was dressed in 1400 gold leaves of 23.75 carats each

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "And Bardot Became BB". Institut français du Royaume-Uni. Archived from the original on 8 August 2018. Retrieved 13 January 2017.
  2. Probst 2012, p. 7.
  3. Choulant 2019, p. 65.
  4. Lee, Sophie (28 September 2020). "The 10 Chicest Moments in Brigitte Bardot's Career". L'Officiel. Archived from the original on 7 May 2021. Retrieved 27 November 2021.
  5. Choulant 2019, p. 93.
  6. Choulant 2019, p. 103.
  7. Roberts, Paul G (2015). "Brigitte Bardot". Style icons Vol 3 − Bombshells. Sydney: Fashion Industry Broadcast. p. 56. ISBN 978-1-6277-6189-5.
  8. Choulant 2019, p. 156.
  9. "Bambi Awards 1967" (PDF). Elke Sommer Online (insyd German). 21 January 1967. Archived (PDF) from the original on 4 December 2021.
  10. "BAFTA: Film in 1967". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Archived from the original on 27 November 2021.