Édith Scob

Edith Scob

Highest Rated: 99% Things to Come (2016)

Lowest Rated: 20% An Eye for Beauty (2014)

Birthday: Oct 21, 1937

Birthplace: Paris, France

Édith Scob was born Édith Helena Vladimirovna Scobeltzine on Oct. 21, 1937 in Paris, France. Following a youth spent invested in literature and theater, Scob kicked off an acting career at age 20 with a 1958 production of French theater director Georges Vitaly's "Don Juan." The following year, Scob made her screen debut with a part in the drama feature "Head Against the Wall" (1959), helmed by director Georges Franju, and earned her bona fide breakout one year later still with a central role in Franju's "Eyes Without a Face" (1960). Throughout the 1960s, she worked steadily both on stage and screen, collaborating with Franju on further projects including "Judex" (1963) and "Thomas the Impostor" (1965). After the civil unrest of France in May 1968, Scob and her husband, composer Georges Aperghis, opened an avant garde theater in the French commune of Bagnolet. Going forward, Scob worked with directors like Luis Buñuel, Jean-Pierre Blanc, and Raúl Ruiz on the films "The Milky Way" (1969), "The Old Maid" (1972), and "The Suspended Vocation" (1978), respectively. Scob's film work declined in the 1980s and 1990s, though the new millennium brought her some of her most memorable credits. She reteamed with Raúl Ruiz after nearly 30 years for "Comedy of Innocence" (2000), and then starred in Christophe Gans' "Brotherhood of the Wolf" (2001) the following year. She received her first nomination for a César Award for Best Supporting Actress for her work in the Olivier Assayas-directed drama film "Summer Hours" (2008). Four years later, she was nominated for the same award after appearing in the fantastical drama film "Holy Motors" (2012), written and directed by Leos Carax. On June 26, 2019, Scob died at age 81 in Paris, France.

Photos

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Dunce Unknown (Character) - 2016
99% 70% Things to Come Yvette (Character) $282.4K 2016
No Score Yet 14% Family to Rent Madame Delalande (Character) - 2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet Ennui ennui La mère de Cléo (Character) - 2014
20% 40% An Eye for Beauty Edwige (Character) - 2014
No Score Yet 47% The Yellow Eyes of the Crocodiles Henriette Grobz (Character) - 2014
92% 71% Holy Motors Céline (Character) $641.1K 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet Clara s'en va mourir La mère de Clara (Character) - 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Long Falling Unknown (Character) - 2011
No Score Yet 23% You Will Be Mine Mademoiselle Lainé (Character) - 2009
94% 70% Summer Hours Helene (Character) $1.6M 2008
No Score Yet No Score Yet La Question Humaine Lucy Jüst (Character) - 2007
No Score Yet No Score Yet Komma Hélène Brückner (Character) - 2006
76% 76% Bon Voyage Mme Arbesault (Character) $2.4M 2003
92% 79% The Man on the Train Manesquier's Sister (Character) $2.5M 2002
No Score Yet 65% Vidocq Sylvia (Character) - 2001
73% 78% Brotherhood of the Wolf Geneviève de Morangias (Character) $0 2001
No Score Yet 27% Savage Souls Première femme veillée (Character) - 2001
No Score Yet No Score Yet Of Women and Magic Mme Weygand (Character) $5.8K 2000
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Dark Room The widow (Character) - 2000
20% 63% Comedy of Innocence Laurence (Character) - 2000
59% 51% Venus Beauty Institute La cliente aux taches (Character) $416.5K 1999
70% 72% Time Regained Oriane de Guermantes (Character) $467.2K 1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet An Air So Pure Mlle Sophie (Character) - 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet Loonies at Large Mrs. Toussaint (Character) - 1993
No Score Yet No Score Yet Baptême Unknown (Character) - 1989
94% 84% The Milky Way La Vierge Marie / Virgin Mary (Character) - 1969
No Score Yet No Score Yet Thomas the Impostor L'infermière (Character) - 1965
90% 82% Judex Jacqueline Favraux (Character) - 1963
No Score Yet No Score Yet Therese Desqueyroux Anne de la Trave (Character) - 1962
98% 87% Eyes Without a Face Christiane Genessier (Character) $52.7K 1959

QUOTES FROM Edith Scob CHARACTERS

M. Oscar says: Celine, we have to laugh before midnight.

Celine says: We'll do our best, Mr. Oscar.

M. Oscar says: Who knows if we'll laugh in the next life?