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Lily-Rose Depp

Lily-Rose Depp
Lily-Rose Depp Cannes 2016.jpg
Born
Lily-Rose Melody Depp

(1999-05-27) May 27, 1999 (age 20)
Residence
Occupation
  • Actress
  • model
Years active2014-present
Parent(s)
RelativesAlysson Paradis (maternal aunt)

Lily-Rose Melody Depp (born May 27, 1999) is a French-American actress and model. The daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis, she began her acting career with a small role in Tusk (2014), and went on to star in the period dramas Planetarium (2016) and The King (2019).

Early life

Lily-Rose Melody Depp was born in Paris on May 27, 1999. She is the daughter of American actor, producer, and musician Johnny Depp and French singer, actress, and model Vanessa Paradis.[1] Depp is the older sister of John "Jack" Christopher Depp III[2] and the niece of French actress Alysson Paradis.[3][4] She is a descendent of colonial freedom fighter Elizabeth Key Grinstead.[5][6]

After 14 years together, her parents separated in 2012 and arranged joint custody of Depp, who divides her time between Los Angeles and Paris.[7]

Career

2014-2019: Career beginnings

Depp began her acting career with a cameo role in Tusk, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2014.[8] She acted alongside her friend Harley Quinn Smith, her father, and the film's director Kevin Smith.[9]

In 2015, Depp appeared with Irish rapper Rejjie Snow in his video for "All Around the World", which was released in October.[10] In addition to film work, Depp appeared on the cover of various fashion magazines, and has been the Chanel brand ambassador since 2015. She was chosen by Karl Lagerfeld when she was 15 years old.[11] In 2016, Depp was announced by Lagerfeld as the face of Chanel's iconic fragrance, Chanel No. 5 L'Eau.[12][13]

Depp reprised her Tusk role in Yoga Hosers,[14] a spin-off that focuses on her and Harley Quinn Smith's characters. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2016.[15]

In May 2016, The Dancer, in which Depp plays Isadora Duncan, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard category. The film is Stéphanie Di Giusto's directorial debut.[16] For her performance in the film, Depp was nominated for Most Promising Actress at the 42nd César Awards[17] and Most Promising Actress at the 22nd Lumières Awards.[18] In the same year, Depp and Natalie Portman co-starred in Rebecca Zlotowski's Planetarium as two spiritualist sisters in 1930s France.[19] It was Portman who cherry-picked Depp to play her younger sister in the film.[20] The film had its premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September 2016.[21]

In 2018, Depp starred opposite Laurent Lafitte in semi horror-flick Les Fauves (Savage), a French film directed by Vincent Mariette.[22] The film was premiered in France in October 2018.[23] In the same year, Depp starred in romantic comedy A Faithful Man, directed by Louis Garrel and co-written by Oscar winner Jean-Claude Carrière.[24][25] The film was premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September and released in France in December 2018.[26][27] It had its U.S. debut at the New York Film Festival, and was released in New York and Los Angeles in July 2019.[25] She was once again nominated for Most Promising Actress at the 44th César Awards.[28]

Depp next appeared in Netflix short documentary Period. End of Sentence. with Priyanka Chopra explaining how The Pad Project helped the women in Delhi start their own business making sanitary pads.[29] The documentary won Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject) at The 91st Academy Awards.[30] It was distributed by Netflix in February 2019.[31] In April 2019, Depp was nominated for Most Promising Actress at Romy Schneider Award.[32]

In June 2019, Depp starred alongside her aunt Alysson Paradis in the French independent short film Quel Joli Temps Pour Jouer Ses Vingt-ans (My Last Lullaby), in which Depp played Paloma, a girl who experiences a great loss of a grandfather.[33] The film won Best Picture at the 2019 New York Film Awards,[34] and Best Narrative Short at the 2019 Los Angeles Film Awards.[35] Mor Cohen of the New York Film Awards wrote, "Great performances by all actors, lead by Lily-Rose Depp, who were so nuanced and intuitive that it was hard to remember these are fictional characters and not real people".[36]

Depp next starred opposite Timothée Chalamet and Robert Pattinson in The King in which she plays Catherine of Valois, directed by David Michôd.[37] It had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September 2019 and will be distributed by Netflix in November 2019.[38][39] Owen Gleiberman of Variety wrote, "Lily Rose-Depp makes her presence felt, for perhaps the first time ever, as Catherine of Valois, whose delicate worldliness matches Henry's",[40] and Rory O'Connor for The Film Stage called it "an excellent cameo".[41]

Upcoming projects

In 2019, Depp will join Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer, and Evangeline Lilly in the opioid crisis thriller Dreamland.[42] Depp will also star in Neil Burger's sci-fi thriller Voyagers alongside Colin Farrell, Tye Sheridan, Isaac Hempstead Wright, and Fionn Whitehead. Filming began in June 2019.[43][44] She is set to reprise her Tusk and Yoga Hosers role in Moose Jaws.[45]

Personal life

Depp is the goddaughter of singer Marilyn Manson.[46] Since Depp's birth, she has been the subject of tabloid and media reporting, including birthdays,[47][48] attendance at society events,[49] and reviews of her fashion choices.[50] She is fluent in both English and French.[51] Depp dropped out of high school in 2016 to focus on her acting career.[51] She has struggled with anorexia in the past and has recovered.[52][53][54]

In August 2015, Depp posed for iO Tillett Wright's Self-Evident Truths Project, stating she falls somewhere on the LGBT spectrum.[55][56] Depp later clarified she was simply making a statement on defining oneself, and not on her own sexuality.[57][58][59]

Despite being too young to vote, Depp supported Bernie Sanders during the 2016 Democratic Party presidential primaries.[60] Depp and her mother Vanessa Paradis were photographed for Our City of Angels magazine in February 2017. The sales proceeds for the issue were donated to Planned Parenthood.[61]

From 2015 to 2017, actress Amber Heard was her step-mother.[62] Depp has been dating actor Timothée Chalamet since filming The King in 2018.[63]

Filmography

Film

Key: Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Director Notes Ref.
2014 Tusk Colleen Collette Kevin Smith Cameo
2016 Yoga Hosers Colleen Collette Kevin Smith [9]
2016 The Dancer Isadora Duncan Stéphanie Di Giusto [16]
2016 Planetarium Kate Barlow Rebecca Zlotowski [19]
2018 Savage (Les Fauves) Laura Vincent Mariette [22]
2018 A Faithful Man Eve Louis Garrel [24]
2019 My Last Lullaby (Quel Joli Temps Pour Jouer Ses Vingt-ans) Paloma Pauline Garcia [33][64]
2019 The King Catherine of Valois David Michôd [37]
2020 DreamlandFilms that have not yet been released Emmie Kelly Nicholas Jarecki Post-production [65]
TBA VoyagersFilms that have not yet been released Neil Burger Post-production [66]

Music video appearance

Year Song title Artist Ref.
2015 "All Around the World" Rejjie Snow [10]

Documentary

Year Title Network Role Notes Ref.
2019 Period. End of Sentence. Netflix Short documentary [29]

Discography

Year Title Album
2016 "I'm the Man" (with Harley Quinn Smith)[67] Yoga Hosers Soundtrack
"Babe" (with Harley Quinn Smith)
"O Canada" (with Harley Quinn Smith)

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2017 42nd César Awards Most Promising Actress Nominated [68]
2017 22nd Lumières Awards Most Promising Actress Nominated [69]
2019 44th César Awards Most Promising Actress Nominated [70]
2019 Prix Romy Schneider Most Promising Actress N/A Nominated [71][72]

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