French beauty Léa Seydoux started her professional career in 2006. During that year, she debuted with the French film Girlfriends. She next starred in the French-Italian movie The Last Mistress. She later starred in the features On War and The Beautiful Person. In 2009, she made her Hollywood debut as she appeared as Charlotte LaPadite in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. She next portrayed Isabella of Angoulême in the British-American production of Robin Hood. In the 2010s, she continued her work on the French cinema as well as other European films. She also starred in Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris.
She later played a supporting role in the Hollywood action feature Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. After starring in the Swiss film Sister, she was acclaimed for her performance in the French film Blue Is the Warmest Colour. She later starred as Belle in the movie Beauty and the Beast. Following this, she starred in The Grand Budapest Hotel and played Loulou de la Falaise in the biographical film Saint Laurent. In 2015, she played Dr. Madeleine Swann in the James Bond film Spectre, cementing her fame. More recently, she starred in the films It’s Only the End of the World, Zoe, and Kursk.
The actress stays in shape by following an active lifestyle. She doesn’t practice any strict dieting regimen. She just tries her best to keep herself fit by being active. But for her role as a Bond girl in Spectre, she knew she needed to increase her physical training to improve her physique. “I like sports. My role in Spectre is quite physical, which means I have to be in shape. I have a coach with whom I exercise for 45 minutes three times a week,” she said. In another interview, she also shared about how she likes to sports and running. She said: “I play sports all year round. I do multiple classes with my coach and run about seven kilometers a day.”