Brigitte Bardot

Brigitte Bardot & Sean Connery
Original Vintage 1968 Belgian Poster
14 inch x 22 inch

"The Sex Kitten" (#1)
18" X 11.5" Original Vintage Centerfold 1960s Book
2 BONUS autographs on reverse!
Authentically Signed

"The Sex Kitten" (#2)
9" X 11.5" Original Vintage 1960s Book Photo
Authentically Signed BOLDLY

"The Sex Kitten (#3)"
9" X 11.5" Original Vintage 1960s Book Photo
Authentically Signed BOLDLY

"The Sex Kitten (#4)"
9" X 11.5" Original Vintage 1960s Book Photo
Authentically Signed BOLDLY

"The Sex Kitten" (#5)
9" X 11.5" Original Vintage 1960s Book Photo
Authentically Signed BOLDLY

8" X 10" Original Vintage Photograph
Authentically Signed BOLDLY

11" X 14" Original Vintage 1-Off Print
by Photographer Peter Basch, NYC
Authentically Signed

8" X 10" Authentically Signed



Original 11 x 14 Photo with GENUINE signature in ink
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9 x 12 picture with GENUINE signature in ink
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3 x 5 cards with authentic autograph.  See letter of authentication .
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Biography for
Brigitte Bardot


Height:  5' 7"
Mini biography
Brigitte Bardot was born on September 28, 1934 in Paris, France. Her father had an engineering degree and worked with his father in the family business. Her mother was 14 years younger than Brigitte's father and they married in 1933. Brigitte's mother encouraged her daughter to take up music and dance which she proved to be very adept at it. By the time she was 15 years old, Brigitte was attempting to model, finding herself in the French magazine Elle. Her beauty readily apparent, Brigitte soon attempted films. In 1952, she appeared on screen for the first time as Javotte Lemoine in LE TROU NORMAND. Two others followed and it was also the same year she married Roger Vadim. The two had known each other years earlier and she wanted to marry him when she was 17, but her parents squashed any marriage plans until she turned 18. The union lasted only five years. Based upon her success in French films she made her first US production in 1953 in ACT OF LOVE with Kirk Douglas. Back in France afterwards Brigitte continued to star in French productions. The fascination of her in the US consisted of magazines photographs and dubbed over French films. She was and always would be a totally French product. Nonetheless, she was extremely popular in the USA. In 1965, she appeared as herself in the US made DEAR BRIGITTE with Jimmy Stewart. She only appeared in one scene. Just before she turned 40, Brigitte retired from movies after filming IL SORRISO DEL GRANDE TENTATORE. She prefers life outside of stardom. While it enabled her to become internationally famous, it also carried with it annoyances. It wasn't anything for her to have "fans" enter her house or onto the grounds in the hopes of getting a glimpse of her or to take something that belonged to her. Paparazzi constantly hounded her with their cameras. She has been so soft hearted that some people even have taken advantage of her generosity. After her life in the spotlight, Brigitte went on to become a leading spokesperson for animal rights and started the "Foundation Brigitte Bardot" dedicated solely to that cause. Her work in that realm is, perhaps, far greater than any film she could have made.
'Bernard d'Ormale' (1992 - present)
Gunter Sachs (14 July 1966 - 1 October 1969)
Jacques Charrier (18 June 1959 - 20 November 1962)
Roger Vadim (20 December 1952 - 6 December 1957)

(1995) Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#9).

(October 1997) Ranked #49 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list.

Mother of Nicholas Charrier.

Father is Louis Bardot

Retired from acting in 1973 at the age of 39.

One of the leading animal rights activists in the world and the head of "Fondation Brigitte Bardot", which is a foundation dedicated to animal rights.

Recorded many popular songs in the 60's and 70's.

Breast cancer survivor.

Animal rights activist.
Personal quotes

"I have always adored beautiful young men. Just because I grow older, my taste doesn't change. So if I can still have them, why not?"

"Although she had a gift for infidelity, she always suffered if she had an affair with more than one man at a time." - Roger Vadim

"If I could do anything about the way people behave towards each other, I would, but since I can't I'll stick to animals."

During an interview in NY she was asked : what was the best day of your life ? answer : it was a night...
¡Viva María! (1965) $350,000
Et Dieu... créa la femme (1956) $15,000

Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:
Actress. (b. Sept. 28, 1934, Paris, as Camille Javal.) This blond siren trumpeted one of the first blasts of the sexual revolution by baring her beauteous body in then-husband Roger Vadim's EB>. And God Created Woman (1956). She came to personify a kind of "French naughtiness" and frank sexuality to more straitlaced-and censorshipbound-Americans. She worked with Jean-Luc Godard, most memorably as the female lead in his international coproduction Contempt (1963), in which her character went by Bardot's own real name, Camille. By the 1960s she was able to poke fun at her own sexy image, teamed with French beauty Jeanne Moreau in Louis Malle's lighthearted Viva Maria! (1965), and playing herself, the object of young Billy Mumy's affection in the Hollywood concoction Dear Brigitte (1965). Bardot retired from films in 1974 and has become a champion of animal rights; every couple of years or so she makes news with some kind of bizarre action or pronouncement, usually related to her pet cause. Her son Nicholas Charrier is also an actor.

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