Bearing a distinctive dark-haired, porcelain-skin beauty that lent itself to the tragic heroines she frequently played, Isabelle Adjani became one of France's biggest and most acclaimed stars in the '80s, winning four Césars between 1981 and 1994. Read Full Biography
|1994||French Academy of Cinema||Best Actress||Queen Margot||Won|
|1989||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actress||Camille Claudel||Nominated|
|1989||Berlin International Film Festival||Silver Bear for Best Actress||Camille Claudel||Won|
|1988||French Academy of Cinema||Best Actress||Camille Claudel||Won|
|1983||Fantasporto Film Festival (Porto)||Best Actress||Possession||Won|
by Gary Susman
"If all of the people who hate 'Ishtar' had seen it, I would be a rich woman today." So said Elaine May in 2006, two decades after the Warren Beatty-D...