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SOPHIE MARCEAU (Lila Dubois) is perhaps best known for her U.S. debut performance in Mel Gibson's "Braveheart," as Princess Isabel, which introduced her to English language audiences. She was most recently seen in the independent feature "Firelight."

One of France's most recognizable film stars, Marceau became a star there with her debut film, "La boum"; two years later the sequel brought her a Cesar Award for Female Performer of the Year. Since then, Marceau has gone on to star in more than twenty feature films, including "Leo Tolstoy's 'Anna Karenina'"; "La Note bleue," "Mes nuits sont plus belle" and "L'amour braque"-all directed by Poland's acclaimed Andrzej Zulawski; "La Fille de d'Artagnan," inspired by Dumas' classic "The Three Musketeers"; and the box office hit "Fanfan," opposite Vincent Perez. Marceau's stage debut in Jean Anouilh's "Euridyce" in 1991 brought her a Moliere Award for Female Revelation of the Year; she also starred as Eliza Dolittle in "Pygmalion" at the Theatre des Arts Hebertot in 1993.

Her upcoming projects include starring opposite Pierce Brosnan as the newest "Bond girl" Elektra King in "The World Is Not Enough" and in "A Midsummer Night's Dream," which features an ensemble cast including Kevin Kline and Michelle Pfeiffer.


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