This comely French filly started her career back in 1984 with a supporting role in Ave Maria. It wasn’t long before she was taking on starring roles, though… By the end of the 1980s, Isabelle was commanding leading performances in productions across Europe, including Qualcuno in ascolto, Sabato italiano and Prospero’s Books, bringing her to the forefront of international stardom. Not surprisingly, Isabelle’s been more than willing to shed her threads on screen, first showing off a full-frontal flash in 1986’s Le Mal D’Aimer. She’s since gone on to appear in some state of undress or another in such films as Roselyne et les lions, Undine, Celine and Les Couleurs de diable, which happens to feature her finest full-frontal moments ever. The big surprise is that her appearance in the incredibly Skinful Dancing at the Blue Iguana in 2000 didn’t offer up yet another tasty take on her itty-bitties… What are the chances, man?
Sabato italiano (1992) - as Danielle
Urgence d'aimer (1992) - as Joëlle
Le droit à l'oubli (1992) - as NA