Léa Seydoux’s acting career began in 2006 when she was given the role of Aurore in the teenage film My Girlfriends. Two years later, she landed the main role in the feature film La Belle personne by Christophe Honoré alongside Louis Garrel. With this new notoriety, she was chosen by Quentin Tarentino for a small role in his film Inglourious Basterds in 2009.

From then on, and thanks to her remarkable performance in La Vie d’Adèle, she was propelled to the rank of successful actress.

Many American directors have offered him to participate in their films, including Brad Bird for Mission impossible: Ghost Protocol or more recently in 2015 in the James Bond feature film entitled 007 Spectre. In total, the actress has won a dozen awards in her career, including the Palme d’Or for La Vie d’Adèle and the Swann d’Or for Best Actress for Les Farewells to the Queen.