Actress Charlotte Gainsbourg (1996's Jane Eyre,
2003's 21 Grams, 2007's I'm Not There, 2011's Melancholia)
is the daughter of late French actor/singer/director Serge Gainsbourg and
English actress Jane Birkin (1973's Don Juan, Or If Don Juan
Were a Woman, 1978's Death on the Nile). Jane and Serge met when they co-starred in 1969's Slogan, and sang the film's theme song together.
They also recorded a number of other French duets. Charlotte began
her singing career on a 1984 duet with her father, titled "Lemon Incest."
Jane's mother, Judy Campbell, was a character actress who
was best known for her theatre work. Jane's brother, Andrew Birkin,
is a screenwriter/director who directed her in 1993's The Cement Garden. Charlotte's half-sister Lou
Doillon (from Jane's marriage
to French director Jacques
Doillon) is a model and actress.
Lou's first onscreen role was playing her
mother's daughter in 1987's Kung-Fu
Master. Lou also acted in her father's 1988 French film Trop (Peu) d'Amour.
Charlotte and Lou's half-sister (from
Jane's marriage to English James
Bond composer John Barry) is actress Kate Barry. Kate was an extra
in her mother's films Slogan and Sex-Power (1970), and an assistant director for
2002's Lover, in which Charlotte starred.