A free spirit, ever ready to take on scandal and take off her clothes, Charlotte Gainsbourg is the spawn of the decadent singing duo Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin (best known for their shagadelic single "Je t'Aime [Moi Non Plus]"). With a little help from big daddy, Charlotte shocked the ultra-liberal French at fifteen, appearing in Charlotte For Ever (1986), a scandalous semi-autobiographic film that climaxed with father and naked daughter in bed together. Serge and Charlotte's taboo-titled pop hit followed shortly thereafter, furthering their familial infamy. As her papa once said, "Ugliness has more going for it than beauty. It endures." While the Gainsbourg family's collaborations might still be provoking cries of "Mon Dieu," the accumulation of Charlotte's acting efforts have leaned toward the lovely. Her next go at skinematic beauty was in The Little Thief (1989), in which Charlotte stole more than hearts with her small suckables Since then she has shown her lithe body in flocks of French flicks such as The Cement Garden (1994), as well as in English-speaking fare like the Bob Dylan biopic I'm Not There (2007). Bob might not have been there, but Char's T&A sure was. And it was all there in the dark flick Antichrist (2009) when the bold actress bared all three Bs while fingering her box and doing some impromptu surgery on her clit. Ouch! Charlotte makes it hurt so good! The taut and tantalizing actress quickly reminded us what her bush, butt, and boobs looked like in the heavy drama Persécution (2009). We got more T&A in the period drama Confession of a Child of the Century (2012). Beautiful! The French femme hooked up with edgy director Lars von Trier and gave us some extended looks at every inch of her body in the erotic thriller Nymphomaniac (2013). Charlotte is a giver that keeps on giving!
Do Not Disturb (2012) - as NA
Merci la vie (1991) - as Camille Pelleveau