The nude career of Laure Marsac

Laure Marsac became internationally known from her very naked performance in Interview With the Vampire (1994). She was about 23 or 24 at the time although she looked younger, which was a plus for that specific part. Her only previous nude scene (L’homme voilé, 1987) had pictured her at 16 or 17 because … France. I’m not going to mess around with that one, but you can find it here, if you are curious.


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After that she disappeared completely from the international scene. For most of the world, she became a “whatever happened to that little woman from the Banderas/Cruise vampire thingy about 30 years ago,” but she continued to develop an impressive resume in French films and TV, including several more nude scenes. Unfortunately, we have only grainy images for the three scenes in the pre-DVD era. (Thinking I could ameliorate the situation with my own captures, I tried to find a decent copy of Rainbow Pour Rimbaud, but had no luck. I didn’t search for the other two.)


Un Si Bel Orage (1995)

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Strangers (1996)

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Rainbow Pour Rimbaud (1996)

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Garonne (2002)

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Duo (2008)

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Entre Vents and Marees (2014)

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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (2014)

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She is still active today, but it has been almost ten years since she got naked on camera. Most recently she had a small part in that new Bardot mini-series.

4 thoughts on “The nude career of Laure Marsac

  1. When it comes to nudity, it is the US that acts strange not France. Unless one thinks that spending countless manhours blurring every woman’s nipple shot in every movie before it’s aired isn’t abnormal at all. There’s already plenty of images of under-18 actresses on this site so I don’t think one more would make much of a difference.

  2. I thought about posting about how underrated that Green Knight thing was. Then I found out that was the title of that age-old epic poem, which I’d forgot. And so there are myriad productions of that exact name. This was one of those. As opposed to the 2021 film The Green Knight which was much maligned & appreciated. The one Alicia Vikander was in. I liked it enough to recommend it to my friend who’s a horror genre fan. Indeed, he loved it.

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