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Birth name: Brigitte Bardot.
Born: September 28, 1934, Paris,France.
Nickname: BB.
Height: 5' 7" (1.70 m).
Measurements: 35 1/2B-19-35 (officially measured October 1958), 36B-20-35 (filming "When God Created Woman").
-Bernard d'Ormale (16 August 1992 - present).
-Gunter Sachs (14 July 1966 - 1 October 1969) (divorced).
-Jacques Charrier (18 June 1959 - 20 November 1962) (divorced) they have one child.
-Roger Vadim (20 December 1952 - 6 December 1957) (divorced).

Brigitte Bardot biography (bio):
Brigitte Bardot (real name was Camille Javal) was born in Paris to Anne-Marie 'Toty' Mucel and industrialist Charles 'Pilou' Bardot. Toty encouraged Brigitte's interest in music and dance at an early age; Brigitte modeled for Elle by the time she was 15 years old.

In 1952 Brigitte appeared on screen for the first time in Crazy for Love. That same year she married director Roger Vadim with whom she had been romantically involved for several years. They married when she turned 18 and divorced five years later.
Although the European film industry was then in its ascendancy her personal rise was remarkable; she has been one of the few European actresses to receive mass media attention in the United States. She and Marilyn Monroe who like her was not a real blonde but darkhaired and bleached were the icons of female sexuality in the 1950s and 1960s and whenever she made public appearances in the United States the media hordes covered her every move.
Her films of the early and mid 1950s were lightweight romantic dramas, some of them historical, in which she was cast as ingnue or siren, often with an element of undress. She played bit parts in three English-language films, the British comedy Doctor at Sea (1955), Helen of Troy (1954), in which she was understudy for the title role but only appears as Helen's handmaid, and Act of Love (1954) with Kirk Douglas. Her French-language films were dubbed for international release. "She is every man's idea of the girl he'd like to meet in Paris," said the film-critic Ivon Addams in 1955.
Vadim was not content with this light fare. The New Wave of French and Italian art directors and their stars were riding high internationally, and he felt Bardot was being undersold. Looking for something more like an art film to push her as a serious actress, he showcased her in And God Created Woman (1956) with Jean-Louis Trintignant. The film, about an amoral teenager in a respectable small-town setting, was a big international success. She may have had an affair with her costar Trintignant but this was more likely a prerelease publicity gimmick. The film is often wrongly described as her first film (it was her seventeenth) and to have launched her overnight but it did help move her towards the cinematic mainstream.
However, it also ruled out a transition to Hollywood, where she was thought too risqu to handle. The Doris Day era was still in full swing, and even Jane Russell in The French Line (1953) had been thought to be going too far by showing her midriff. Erotica like Bardot's Cette sacre gamine (That Crazy Kid, 1955) was considered acceptable at the box office so long as it was clearly labelled "European." Bardot's limited English and strong accent, while beguiling to the ears of men, did not suit rapid-fire Hollywood scripts. In any event, staying in Europe benefited her image when the 1960s began to swing and Hollywood slipped into the background for a while, and Bardot was voted honorary sex-goddess of the decade.
She divorced Vadim in 1957 and in 1959 married actor Jacques Charrier, by whom in 1960 she had her only child, Nicolas-Jacques Charrier. She and her son were never close - she did not raise him and once compared being pregnant with him to having a tumor growing within her. Her marriage was preyed on by the paparazzi and there were clashes over the direction of her career. Her films became more substantial, but this brought a heavy pressure of dual celebrity as she sought critical acclaim while remaining a glamour model for most of the world.
Vie prive (1960), directed by Louis Malle has more than an element of autobiography in it. The scene in which, returning to her flat, Bardot's character is harangued in the lift by a middle aged cleaning lady calling her a tramp and a tart was based on an actual incident, and is a resonant image of celebrity in the mid 20th century.
Soon afterwards Bardot withdrew to the seclusion of Southern France.
Throughout the 1960s she appeared in glossy star vehicles like Viva Maria (1965), dabbled in pop music, and played the role of glamour model and icon. She starred in Jean-Luc Godard's film Contempt (1963). In 1965 she appeared as herself in the Hollywood production Dear Brigitte (1965) starring James Stewart.
Her other husbands were German millionaire playboy Gunter Sachs (1966-1969), and Bernard d'Ormale (1992-present). She is reputed to have had relationships with many other men including singers Serge Gainsbourg and Sacha Distel. In the late 1950s she shared an exchange she considered 'croiser de deux sillages' with actor and true crime author John Gilmore, then an actor in France for a New Wave film with Jean Seberg. Gilmore told Paris Match: 'I felt a beautiful warmth with Bardot but found it difficult to discuss things to any depth whatsoever'. In the 1970s she lived together with the sculptor Miroslav Brozek and posed for some of his sculptures.
She is recognized for popularizing bikini swimwear in early films such as Manina (Woman without a Veil, 1952) and in her appearances at Cannes and in many photo shoots. She even sported an early version of the monokini from time to time. Though this was not considered extraordinary in France, it was considered nearly scandalous in the US. The fashions of the 1960s looked effortlessly right and spontaneous on her and she joined Marilyn Monroe and Jackie Kennedy in becoming a subject for Andy Warhol paintings.
In 1970 the sculptor Alain Gourdon used Bardot as the model for a bust of Marianne, the French national emblem.

In 1973 just before her fortieth birthday Bardot announced her retirement. After appearing in more than fifty motion pictures and recording several music albums, most notably with Serge Gainsbourg, she chose to use her fame to promote animal rights.

Songs about:
The first "Brigitte Bardot" song was released by Achilles and his Heels on the Fontana label in 1961.
Indie singer Jordan Galland also has a song called "Brigitte Bardot"
In 1986 she established the Brigitte Bardot Foundation for the Welfare and Protection of Animals. She raised three million French francs to fund the foundation by auctioning off jewelry and many personal belongings. Today she is one of the world's most influential animal rights activists and a major opponent of the consumption of horse meat.
Considered a militant for animal protection, she condemned seal hunting in Canada during a visit to that country. She sought to discuss the issue with Stephen Harper, though her request for a meeting was denied.[3]

She is also one of the most celebrated supporters of the ideas of Jean-Marie Le Pen, leader of the right-wing Front National political party. Her husband Bernard d'Ormal to whom she has been married since 1992 is a former adviser of the Front National. With the publication of her 2003 book A Scream in the Silence the reclusive Bardot has come under considerable fire for anti-Muslim and homophobic comments. In May 2003 the MRAP announced it would sue Bardot for her published views. Another organisation - the "Ligue des Droits de l'Homme" (League of Human Rights) - announced they were also considering similar legal proceedings.
Bardot, in a letter to a French gay magazine, wrote in her defense: 'Apart from my husband - who maybe will cross over one day as well - I am entirely surrounded by homos.
On 10 June 2004 Bardot was convicted by a French court of 'inciting racial hatred and fined 5,000 , the fourth such conviction/fine she has faced from French courts. The courts cited passages where Bardot referred to the "Islamization of France" and the "underground and dangerous infiltration of Islam", her descriptions of France's Muslim community, the largest in Europe. In the book she also referred to homosexuals as 'fairground freaks' and she condemns the presence of women in government.

Popular Culture:
In addition to popularizing the bikini swimming suit, Bardot has also been credited for popularizing Saint Tropez. Photos of her in her later years have also been utilized to warn against the dangers of excessive exposure to the sun.
In the Stephen King's book "Hearts in Atlantis", she is the one that appears on Bobby's mind when he and Ted see the big car outside the restaurant. She also appears on a wallpapaer in a cinema.

* "She is the princess of pout, the countess of come hither. Brigitte Bardot exuded a carefree, nave sexuality that brought a whole new audience to French films." Time magazine
* Brigitte Bardot was the first feminist pinup. A tiny wisp of French delinquency, with a delicious smile, she stole all the world's sexual thunder; a James Dean in a bikini. "She may have been portrayed as a beautiful sex object," noted Jane Fonda, "but Brigitte Bardot rules the roost. She kicked out any man she was tired of and invited any man she wanted. She lived like a man in Vadim's films."
* "I started out as a lousy actress and have remained one." --Translation of an actual quotation from Mme. Bardot herself.

* On the French national TV channel France 3, interview by Marc-Olivier Fogiel in 2003, Brigitte Bardot firmly stated that illegal immigrants were transforming churches "into real human pigsties" during their protest.
* Interviewed in the French daily newspaper Le Figaro (April 26, 1996), she says "And now my country, France, my homeland, my fatherland is again invaded, with the blessing of our successive governments, by overpopulated foreigners, mostly Muslims, to which we provide an oath of allegiance. [...] Years passing by, we assist to a blossom of mosques everywhere in France, though our churches become silent, lacking of priests." Bardot was condemned in 2004 for similar statements in her book Un cri dans le silence.
* In her book Un cri dans le silence (A cry in the silence), she affirms that unemployed people are "cheeky lazy fuckers".
* Bardot regularly publishes articles in Prsent, an extreme right-wing French daily newspaper.
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