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Charlotte Rampling (1946-), Actress

(Tessa) Charlotte Rampling

Sitter in 23 portraits
Rampling spent two years as a leading fashion model before a film and television career that began with Richard Lester's The Knack (1965). Other 1960s films included Rotten to the Core (1965), Georgy Girl (1966) and The Damned (1968). In the 1970s Rampling starred opposite Dirk Bogarde in The Night Porter (1974), and in the Raymond Chandler adaptation Farewell, My Lovely (1975). Rampling was nominated for an Oscar in François Ozon's Under the Sand (2000), and won the Best Actress award from the European Film Academy for Swimming Pool (2003). She recently appeared in the 2010 adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro's novel Never Let Me Go, and in Lars von Trier's Melancholia (2011).

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Charlotte Rampling

by Véronique Rolland
digital C-type colour print, 2001
NPG x126832

P1911

(Tessa) Charlotte Rampling

by Lord Snowdon
gelatin silver print, 12 March 1976
NPG P1911

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Charlotte Rampling

by Helmut Newton
bromide print, 19 October 1973
NPG x32395

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