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Brigitte Bardot Facts:
Brigitte Bardot height: 5 feet & 7 inches
Weight: 57 kg (125 pounds)
Age: 80 years (September, 1934)

50s & 60s sex symbol Brigitte Bardot has now stepped into her 80 years of age & has officially taken retirement from acting in 1973. Though, the former actress has now gained a bit body mass & looks colossal, she has always maintained her hour glass shaped out frame all through her career span, weighing in the range of 57 kg. In addition to her weight, Brigitte also held a great body measurements’ of 35- 23- 35’ in an impressive height of 5 feet & 7 inches. She is originally from French & also was formally a fashion model cum singer, who later earned fame as an animal-rights activist.

Brigitte Bardot as Brigitte Anne- Marie Bardot was welcomed by her parents on 28th September, 1934 in Paris, the capital city of France. She is one of 2 daughters of Anne- Marie (nee Mucel; b. 1912- d. 1978) & Louise Bardot (b. 1896- d. 1975). Her small brother name is Marie- Jeanne, who is about 3 years younger to her age. Brigitte was raised Roman Catholic within a middle- class observant home. For 3 long years, she carried on ballet lessons at the Conservatorie de Paris.

Brigitte Bardot career in entertainment spans for about 2 decades, i.e. from 1952 until her retirement in 1973. Starting in the year 1969, she emerged as the Marianne’s official face representing the liberty of her nation. She was an aspirant ballerina throughout her early life. The young lass commenced her career in acting at the age of 18 & after making appearances in sixteen routine comedy movies, with narrow international launch, came out world- famous in the year 1957, via the controversial movie “And God Created Woman”. Brigitte later landed a role in the 1963 released movie “Le Mepris” by Jean- Luc Godard. For the portrayal in the 1965 movie “Viva Maria!” by Louis Malle, she earned the Bafta Award nomination for Best Foreign Actress. In 1959, she became the topic of “The Lolita Syndrome” an essay by Simone de Beauvoir, which described Bargitte like a “locomotive of women’s history” & made up existentialist themes so as to proclaim her the foremost & most liberated lady of post- war France.

Throughout her professional career in entertainment, the actress made her starring in 47 movies, performed in an array of musical shows & recorded more than 60 songs. She has passed through 3 unsuccessful marriages & is presently living with her 4th spouse, Bernard d’Ormale, since 1992. Previously, she shared nuptial bond with Roger Vadim (1952 to 1957; divorce), Jacques Charrier (1959 to 1962; divorce) & Gunter Sachs (1966 until 1969; divorce). Though, she has been married for 4 different times, she is mother to her single kid, a son named Nicolas- Jacques Charrie, born on 11th of January, 1960, with her 2nd husband, Jacques. Following her retirement, Brigitte made her establishment as an activist for animal rights.