One of postwar French cinema’s biggest stars, Jean-Paul Belmondo, has passed away at the age of 88. The actor’s lawyer broke the news of his demise on Monday, September 6. Jean-Paul Belmondo sparked on the internet regarding his personal life. His dancer wife Natty Tardivel is famously known among celebrities.
“He had been very tired for some time. He died peacefully,” Belmondo’s lawyer Michel Goddess said.
Jean-Paul Belmondo: a life in pictures https://t.co/400C9FNH4E
— The Guardian (@guardian) September 6, 2021
Who is Natty Tardivel?
Natty Tardivel is widely known as the second wife of superstar Jean-Paul Belmondo who lived together for over a decade before marrying in 2002. She was born onin the 13th arrondissement of Paris.
Also known as Dancer of ballet of Redha, she becomes a coconut girl with Fenella Mass Mathews in issuing Cocoricocoboy from 1985 to 1987. She lived a happy life with Belmondo for over a decade.
How old is Natty Tardivel?
Natty Tardivel is 56 years old as of the year 2021.
Jean-Paul Belmondo Natty Tardivel
Jean-Paul was married to Belmondo Élodie Constantin in 1952.
The couple shared three children, Patricia (born 1953), Florence (born 1958), and Paul (born 1963). Patricia was killed in a fire in 1993. Belmondo and Elodie separated in 1965 and their divorce was finalized in 1968.
Belmondo dated various actresses after his divorce namely Ursula Andress, Laura Antonelli, Carlos Sotto Mayor, and Barbara Gandolfi. When Belmondo was in his mid-50s, he met 24-year-old dancer Natty Tardivel in 1989.
The couple lived together for over a decade before marrying in 2002. T
Tardivel gave birth to then 70-year-old Belmondo’s fourth child, Stella Eva Angelina on 13 August 2003.
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The couple divorced in 2008.
The divorce of Natty and Jean-Paul Belmondo is made public on .
Jean-Paul Belmondo Second Wife
She confided that at the age of 10 (in 1975), she asked for an autograph from her future husband, whom she crossed boulevard des Capucines in Paris on the arm of a woman she considers to be Ursula Andress.
What We Know So Far
Born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, a suburb of Paris on 9 Apr 1933, to Paul Belmondo, a sculptor whose statues grace lots of Parisian parks, Belmondo failed at school and went on to become an amateur boxer.
He won 15 of his 23 bouts in his short-lived career before giving up the sport to concentrate on acting.
Belmondo began his career in theatre, before moving on to films.
After several notable stints in theatres, he got his big movie break with the role of Laszlo in Claude Chabrol’s 1958 film ‘Les Tricheurs’. He is known for stints in international productions like ‘Is Paris Burning?’ (1966), the James Bond spoof ‘Casino Royale’ (1967) and with Alain Delon in the gangster movie ‘Borsalino’ (1970).
Jean-Paul Belmondo and Michael K. Williams in the same day…man, what loss. pic.twitter.com/LzsDrJxKAP
— Elijah Wood (@elijahwood) September 6, 2021
Jean-Paul Belmondo was one of the country’s biggest box-office stars in the ’60s and ’70s.