Emmanuelle Beart: Bio, Height, Weight, Measurements

Emmanuelle Béart is a French actress known for roles in the films Manon des Sources, A Strange Passion, La Belle Noiseuse, A Heart in Winter, Nelly and Mr. Arnaud, Mission: Impossible, Sentimental Destinies and 8 Women. Born as Emmanuelle Marie Hélène Béart in Gassin, Var, France, Emmanuelle is the daughter of Guy Béart, a singer and poet and Geneviève Galéa, a former model. She is of Jewish descent on her father’s side, and of Croatian, Greek and Maltese descent on her mother’s side. She was previously married to Michaël Cohen and Daniel Auteuil.

Emmanuelle Beart

Emmanuelle Beart Personal Details:
Date Of Birth: 14 August 1963
Birth Place: Gassin, France
Birth Name: Emmanuelle Marie Hélène Béart
Other Name: Emmanuelle Est
Nickname: Emmanuelle
Zodiac Sign: Leo
Occupation: Actress
Nationality: French
Race/Ethnicity: White
Religion: Jewish
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Eye Color: Blue
Sexual Orientation: Straight

Emmanuelle Beart Body Statistics:
Weight in Pounds: 119 lbs
Weight in Kilogram: 54 kg
Height in Feet: 5′ 4¼”
Height in Meters: 1.63 m
Body Measurements: 34-23-33 in (86-58.5-84 cm)
Breast Size: 34 inches (86 cm)
Waist Size: 23 inches (58.5 cm)
Hips Size: 33 inches (84 cm)
Bra Size/Cup Size: 34C
Feet/Shoe Size: 5 (US)
Dress Size: 4 (US)

Emmanuelle Beart Family Details:
Father: Guy Béart
Mother: Geneviève Galéa
Spouse: Michaël Cohen (m. 2008–2011), Daniel Auteuil (m. 1993-1995)
Children: Nelly Auteuil (Daughter), Johan Moreau (Son), Surifel Cohen (Son)
Siblings: Olivier Guespin, Mikis Cerieix, Sarah Cerieix, Lison Guespin, Charlotte Guespin, Ivan Cerieix, Eve Béart

Emmanuelle Beart Education:
Collège international Marie de France

Emmanuelle Beart Facts:
*She belongs to Jewish, Croatian, Greek and Maltese descent.
*She attended drama school in Paris.
*One of Empire magazine’s 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (1995).
*In 1997, she was placed #19 of Sci-Fi’s Sexy 50, by Femme Fatales magazine.
*Follow her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

“If a man or woman has something redone it is because he or she can no longer live with that part of their body, it is no longer bearable. Either they get help and find the strength to fight or they proceed with the act.” – Emmanuelle Beart