WINNIFRED JACQUELINE FRASER-BISSET
She is an Anglo-American actress.
She was born September 13, 1944, in Weybridge, Surrey, United Kingdom.
From 1962 she was a model, then an actress on television.
Bisset's film debut was in the film directed by Richard Lester, "Skill... And How to Get It" ("The Knack ... and How to get it", 1964).
Since 1969, she starred in France and Italy in films directed by François Truffaut, Philippe de Broca, Luigi Komenchini.
Since 1975 in Hollywood.
Since the beginning of the 90s she again starred in European films.
AWARDS AND PRIZES
Golden Globe Award (2013):
Best Supporting Actress in a Mini-Series or Movie on TV ("Dancing on the Edge")
Golden Globe nomination:
1968 - Best Debutante ("A Pleasant Ride")
1978 - Best Actress, Comedy/Musical (Who Kills the Great Chefs of Europe?)
1984 - Best Supporting Actress (At the Foot of the Volcano)
1999 - Best Supporting Actress in a Mini-Series or a TV Movie ("Joan of Arc")
Nominated for a Cesar (1995):
Best Supporting Actress ("Ceremony")
Emmy nomination (1999):
Best Supporting Actress in a Mini-Series/TV Movie ("Joan of Arc")
Moscow International Film Festival (2015):
Special prize "For conquering acting and fidelity to the principles of K.S. Stanislavsky's school".
Karlovy Vary (2004):
Karlovy Vary City Award.