Film critic, screenwriter, and filmmaker of French-Swiss descent Jean-Luc Godard. His mother was the daughter of Julien Monod, a founder of the Banque Paribas, and his parents were affluent Protestants of Franco-Swiss origin.
From his first film, Breathless (1960), to Week End, Godard's most acclaimed time as a director can be roughly divided (1967). During this time, his films tended to be quite traditional and frequently made allusions to various facets of cinema history.
Godard died on September 13, 2022.
Jean-Luc Godard ex-wife: Who is Anne Wiazemsky?
Godard married two of his leading ladies, Anna Karina (1961–1955) and Anne Wiazemsky, twice (1967–1979). Godard's second wife, Anne Wiazemsky, was a French novelist and actress who lived from 14 May 1947 to 5 October 2017.
She appeared in several of Jean-Luc Godard's films, including La Chinoise (1967), Week End (1967), and One Plus One after making her acting debut in Robert Bresson's Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) at the age of 18 as Marie, the main character.
Anne Wiazemsky passed away as a result of cancer of the breast.