| Film actress|
| Karima Mathilda Haim|
8 February 1965 (age 50) (1965-02-08) Paris, France
Philippe Kelly (m. 2000–2006), Gerard Darmon (m. 1994–1999), Paul Powell (m. 1991–1993)
Margareta Hanson, Victor Haim
Jules Darmon, Sarah Darmon
Lifeforce, The Tit and the Moon, The Jackal, Naked Tango, The Players
Gerard Darmon, Philippe Kelly, Diane Venora, Victor Haim, Beatrice Dalle
Mathilda May (born Karin Haïm; 8 February 1965) is a French film actress.
May was born in Paris. Her father is playwright Victor Haïm, who is from a Greek- and Turkish-Jewish family. Her mother is the Swedish ballet teacher and choreographer Margareta Hanson. At age 16 May won the "Premier Prix du Conservatoire de Danse de Paris" (First Prize of the Paris Dance Conservatory).
May's film work is primarily in French and made for the European market; she was the recipient of the Prix Romy Schneider in 1989. Non-French films she has appeared in include Lifeforce, Naked Tango (1991), Becoming Colette (1991) and The Tit and the Moon (1994). In the United States she is best known for her role as an alien vampire in the 1985 science fiction horror film Lifeforce, directed by Tobe Hooper, in which she is naked for most of her performance. She also appeared in the 1996 space adventure game Privateer 2: The Darkening. She played Isabella in The Jackal, a 1997 action film.
May recorded an album in 1992 called Joy of Love.
May has been married three times: Her first husband was Paul Powell, while her second husband was Gérard Darmon, with whom she has two children, daughter Sarah (born 17 August 1994) and son Jules (born 4 March 1997). Her third husband was Philippe Kelly.
Mathilda May Wikipedia