Lou Doillon can be described as a French-British singer-songwriter, actress, designer and model. She was born on September 4, 1982 in Neully-sur Seine. Lou Doillon is known to have appeared in more than fifteen films over the years. She released her maiden album titled Places in 2012.
The album was received quite well and in 2013, she received the Victoire de la Musique for Female Performing Artist. She subsequently released her second album titled Lay Low in 2015 and then Soliloquy came in in 2019 and with the release of each of the albums, she went on international tours.
Lou Doillon spent her childhood days in mainland France and then in Saint Barthelemy. She completed her schooling at the Victor-Duruy High School.
Lou Doillon gave birth to her son on July 12, 2002. Her son is called Marlowe Jack Tiger Mitchell and his father is an Irish musician John Mitchell. She gave birth to another son on July 26, 2022, named Laszlo Keats Miller whose father was Stephane Manel, the illustrator.
Lou Doillon Brothers and Sisters
Lou Doillon was born to filmmaker Jacques Doillon and actress Jane Birkin. It must be noted that Lou Doillon has five half-sisters and one half-brother.
Her five half-sisters are Kate Barry, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Lola Doillon, Lili Doillon, Lina Doillon as well as Lazare Doillon. Kate Barry and Charlotte Gainsbourg are from her mother’s side while the rest are from her father’s side.
Some of the theater works to the credit of Lou Doillon include 2021: Letters from an adventurous loner by Emily Dickinson, Festival Correspondances de Manosque / Maison de la Poésie, 2007: Intimate letters, directed by Michel Didym, Théâtre de la Madeleine, 2006: The Image of Samuel Beckett, design by Arthur Nauzyciel and 2010: The front page of Denis Lachaud.
She has also been part of some TV films and series and some of these TV films and series are 2001: Nadia Coupeau, known as Nana by Édouard Molinaro: Nana, 2003: The Private Life of Samuel Pepys (en) by Oliver Parker: Elizabeth Pepys, 2010: The Collection throws its crisis: The Dnieper Crocodile (short film) by Nicolas Engel: Émilie, 2010: The Invincibles by Alexandre Castagnetti and Pierric Gantelmi d’Ille , season 1, 5 episodes: Zoé, 2010: Gossip Girl, season 4, episode 1 Belles de jour by Mark Piznarski: herself and 2011: The Sparrowhawk by Stéphane Clavier (6 episodes): Marion Pouliquen
She also has some Singles, EPs and albums to her credit