Audrey Marnay

Audrey Marnay

French supermodel and actress
Date of Birth: 14.10.1980
Country: France

  1. Biography of Audrey Marne
  2. Modeling Career
  3. Acting Career
  4. Personal Life

Biography of Audrey Marne

Audrey Marne, born on October 14, 1980, in Chartres, the capital of the department of Eure-et-Loir in northern France, is a French supermodel and actress. From a young age, Audrey showed a talent for posing in front of the camera, starting her professional career at the age of fourteen. By the age of sixteen, she was already considered one of the top models in the industry.

Audrey Marnay

Modeling Career

Audrey's first agency was 'Viva Model Management' in Paris, and since then, her photographs have consistently graced the covers of the most prestigious magazines. She lived and worked in New York for several years before returning to Paris to pursue studies in dramatic arts. In France, she appeared on the covers of 'Elle' in December 1997, December 1999, January and September 2001, and August 2003. She also appeared in 'Vogue' in December 1998, January 1998, and August 2000, as well as 'Glamour' in June 2001, and 'L'Officiel' in September 2006.

Audrey Marnay

Audrey's modeling portfolio includes five issues of German 'Vogue', five issues of Italian 'Vogue', Italian magazines 'D' and 'Marie Claire', Japanese and South Korean versions of 'Vogue', and British magazines 'i-D', 'Frank', and 'Lula'. In 1999, she posed for the calendar of the tire manufacturer 'Pirelli'. In November 2001, an interesting photoshoot was featured in American 'Vogue' where models were transformed into iconic rock stars. Audrey Marne portrayed Ringo Starr, alongside Fanny Bostrom as John Lennon, Tasha Tilberg as Paul McCartney, and Trish Goff dressed as George Harrison.

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She has collaborated with renowned brands such as 'Calvin Klein', 'Dolce & Gabbana', 'Valentino', 'Versace', 'Donna Karan', 'DKNY', 'Christian Dior', and many others. Audrey has worked with some of the most successful photographers of today, including Steven Meisel, Irving Penn, Herb Ritts, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Paolo Roversi, and Peter Lindbergh.

Acting Career

In March 2006, Audrey made her debut as an actress, playing the role of Letitia in the film 'Heaven in a Bunker'. She went on to portray Marianne in the comedy 'My Best Friend', Elizabeth in the short film 'Tony Zorey', and Margeolene in the romantic drama with Juliette Binoche, 'Paris'. In 2009, she landed one of the main roles in a contemporary adaptation of Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel titled 'The Man Who Sold the World' and starred in the thriller 'The House of Nusingen'.

Personal Life

Audrey Marne is married to fashion show producer Alexander de Betak. They have two sons, Amael, born in 2000, and Eidin, born in 2003. Audrey, standing at 173 cm tall, enjoys an active lifestyle and has a passion for rollerblading. Her measurements include a bust size of 81 cm, waist size of 61 cm, and hip size of 84 cm. She wears a European dress size 32 and shoe size 38.