Charlotte Rampling made her debut in The Knack, And How To Get It (1965), in an uncredited role as eye candy, which she shared with such sweets as Jacqueline Bisset and Marlo Thomas. This marked the beginning of one of cinema's most enigmatic careers. In Max, My Love (1986) Charlotte portrayed a woman who is in love with a monkey. Talk about swinging. Then there's the mind-blowing Sean Connery sci-fi film Zardoz (1974), in which Charlotte exposed her hand-sized teats for a treat. But that wasn't her first flesh. Her skin debut was in 'Tis Pity She's a Whore (1972), although you don't see us complaining. One of her strangest nude scenes highlights the disturbing film The Night Porter (1974). She played a Holocaust survivor reunited with the Nazi who tortured and assaulted her. Charlotte was completely nude and looked oddly alluring as concentration camp chic. As she matures, she only gets hotter. Case in point: Hammers Over the Anvil (1991), the Australian epic that featured our Charlotte giving Russell Crowe a lesson in bedroom rodeo riding. And in The Swimming Pool (2003) she held her own with nude-comer Ludivine Sagnier. Keep on Rampling, Charlotte!
Désaccord parfait (2006) - as Alice d'Abanville
Murder In Mind (1994) - as Sonya Davies
Caravan to Vaccares (1974) - as Lila