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Nationality
  
French

Parents
  
Years active
  
1976–present

Spouse
  
Simon Liberati (m. 2013)

Name
  
Eva Ionesco

Children
  
Lucas Ionesco

Role
  
Actress


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Born
  
18 July 1965 (age 58) (
1965-07-18
)
Paris, France

Occupation
  
Actress, director, screenwriter

Nominations
  
Cesar Award for Best First Feature Film

Movies
  
Similar People
  
Irina Ionesco, Jacques Bourboulon, Simon Liberati, Lara Wendel, Isabelle Huppert

Eva Ionesco


Eva Ionesco (born 18 July 1965) is a French actress, film director and screenwriter. She is the daughter of Romanian-French photographer Irina Ionesco.

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Life and career

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At the age of 5, Eva became her mother's favorite photo model. Irina Ionesco's erotic photographs of her young daughter Eva have been a source of controversy since they first appeared in the 1970s. Eva also modeled for other photographers such as Jacques Bourboulon.

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She is the youngest model ever to appear in a Playboy nude pictorial, since she was featured at age 11 in the October 1976 issue of the Italian edition of the magazine in a set by Bourboulon. Another of her nude pictorials, in the November 1978 issue of the Spanish edition of Penthouse, was a selection of her mother's photographs. She made also the cover page of Der Spiegel.

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Eva Ionesco made her film début at the age of 11 in 1976, playing a child in Roman Polanski's film The Tenant. A short time later she was cast in films of the mid-1970s such as Maladolescenza (also known as Puppy Love). In 1977 her mother lost custody of her children and Eva Ionesco was brought up by the parents of footwear designer Christian Louboutin. She tried three times to sue her mother for emotional distress, and the trial is still going on through various courts in France. In 1998 the French police confiscated from her mother's apartment hundreds of photographs in which she appears at the age of five in suggestive poses and in complete nudity.

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Her story served as inspiration for Louis Malle's film Pretty Baby. In the 1980s, she attended the prestigious acting school Amandiers, directed by Patrice Chéreau and Pierre Romans. In 2010 she directed her first feature film, My Little Princess starring Isabelle Huppert.

In 2012 Eva sued her mother for taking pornographic photos of her as a child. Although much of her claim was denied, she did receive some compensation.

As actress

  • Les déferlantes (2013, directed by Éléonore Faucher) - Lili
  • Crime (2010, directed by Vincent Ostria) - Ella
  • La famille Wolberg (2009, directed by Axelle Ropert) - Sarah, Joseph's Friend
  • A l'est de moi (2008, directed by Bojena Horackova)
  • J'ai rêvé sous l'eau (2008, directed by Hormoz) - Femme Sif
  • Je vous hais petites filles (2008, directed by Yann Gonzalez) - Punk Idol
  • Comédie sentimentale (2008, directed by Emily Barnett) - Marylin
  • La promenade (2007, directed by Marina De Van) - The Prostitute #1
  • La petite fille sous l'océan (2006, directed by Nathalie Giraud) - Anaïs
  • Les invisibles (2005, directed by Thierry Jousse) - Vanessa
  • Écoute le temps (2005, directed by Alanté Alfandari) - Mme Bourmel
  • Quand je serai star (2004, directed by Patrick Mimouni) - Alice
  • Qui perd gagne! (2003,directed by Laurent Benegui) - The Deauville Gambler
  • L’empreinte (2003, directed by David Mathieu-Mahias) - Anna Yordanoff
  • Cette femme-là (2003, directed by Guillaume Nicloux) - Mme Kopmans
  • Un homme, un vrai (2003, directed by Arnaud & Jean-Marie Larrieu) - The Producer
  • Je suis votre homme aka Eros thérapie (2003, directed by Danièle Dubroux) - Hélène
  • Il est plus facile pour un chameau... (2002, directed by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) - A Woman at Cinema
  • Les diable (2002, directed by Christophe Ruggia)
  • Un aller simple (2001, directed by Laurent Heynemann) - Clémentine
  • Paris mon petit corps est bien las de ce grand monde (2000, directed by Francoise Prenant) - Agathe's Friend
  • L'Oncle Paul (2000, directed by Gérard Vergez) - Colombe
  • Adieu, plancher des vaches! (1999, directed by Otar Iosseliani) - A Prostitute
  • La patinoire (1999, directed by Jean-Philippe Toussaint) - The Editor
  • Maison de famille (1999, (TV) directed by Serge Moati) - Sandra
  • La nouvelle Eve (1998, directed by Catherine Corsini) - A Woman of the PS
  • Rien que des grandes personnes (1997, directed by Jean-Marc Brondolo)
  • Vive la république! (1997, directed by Éric Rochant) - Victor's Woman
  • La petite maman (1997, directed by Patrice Martineau) - The Swimming Teacher
  • Liberté chérie (1996, directed by Jean-Luc Gaget)
  • Romaine (1996, directed by Agnès Obadia) - Pastelle
  • L'appartement (1996, directed by Gilles Mimouni) - A Woman at Travel Agency
  • Encore (1996, directed by Pascal Bonitzer) - Olga
  • Romaine et les filles (1995, directed by Agnès Obadia)
  • Pullman paradis (1995, directed by Michèle Rosier) - Marie-Paule Daragnès
  • Maigret: Cécile est morte (1994, (TV) directed by Denys de la Patellière) - Florence Boynet
  • Bête de scène (1994, directed by Bernard Nissile) - One of the Daughters
  • X pour Xana (1994, directed by Dominic Gould)
  • Montparnasse-Pondichéry (1993, directed by Yves Robert) - Colette
  • Rupture(s) (1993, directed by Christine Citti) - Anna
  • Grand bonheur (1993, directed by Hervé Le Roux) - Emma
  • Comment font les gens? (1992, directed by Pascale Bailly) - Emmanuelle
  • La sévillane (1992, directed by Jean-Philippe Toussaint) - Pascale's Friend
  • La table d'émeraude (1992, directed by Pierre Bourgeade)
  • Chant de guerre parisien (1991, directed by Laetitia Masson)
  • Monsieur (1990, directed by Jean-Philippe Toussaint) - Mme Ponz-Romanov
  • L'Orchestre rouge (1989, directed by Jacques Rouffio) - Margaret
  • Marie cherchait l'amour (1989, directed by Sylvie Matton)
  • Résidence surveillée (1987, directed by Frédéric Compain)
  • L'amoureuse (1987, directed by Jacques Doillon) - Elsa
  • Hôtel de France (1986, directed by Patrice Chéreau) - Katia, the Waitress
  • Jeux d'artifices (1986, directed by Virginie Thévenet) - Eva
  • Grenouilles (1985, directed by Adolfo Arrieta) - Kati
  • Les Nanas (1984, directed by Annick Lanoë) - Miss France
  • La Nuit porte-jarretelles (1984, directed by Virginie Thévenet)
  • Meurtres à domicile (1981, directed by Marc Lobet) - Pauline
  • L'amant de poche (1978, directed by Bernard Queysanne) - Martine
  • Maladolescenza (1977, directed by Pier Giuseppe Murgia) - Silvia
  • Le locataire (1976, directed by Roman Polanski) - Bettina, Mme Gaderian's Daughter
  • Spermula (1976, directed by Charles Matton)
  • As director

  • La loi de la forêt (2006)
  • My Little Princess (2010)
  • Theatrical work

  • La voix humaine by Jean Cocteau (directed by M. Mastor)
  • Lola et toi et moi (directed by N. Schmidt)
  • Penthésilée & La petite Catherine Heilbronn (1987) by Heinrich von Kleist (either directed by Pierre Romans)
  • Platonov (1987) by Anton Chekhov (directed by Patrice Chéreau) - Zézette
  • Le retour au désert (1988) by Bernard-Marie Koltès (directed by Patrice Chéreau)
  • Le conte d'hiver (1988) by William Shakespeare (directed by Luc Bondy) - Mopsa
  • Chroniques d'une fin d'après-midi (1988) by Anton Chekov (directed by Pierre Romans)
  • Ecrit sur l'eau (1991) by Eric Emmanuel Schmitt (directed by Niels Arestrup)
  • Le sang des fraises (1992) by Catherine Bidaut (directed by Daniel Pouthier)
  • References

    Eva Ionesco Wikipedia