Marianne Hoepfner Trintignant Is Wife Of Jean-Louis Trintignant
Marianne Hoepfner Trintignant is the surviving wife of Jean-Louis Trintignant, cited to be one of the most gifted French dramatic actors during the French New Wave period.
Mr. Trintignant was widely notable for his starring roles in numerous classic films of European cinema and for working with auteur directors such as Roger Vadim, Costa-Gavras, Claude Lelouch, Claude Chabrol, and Bernardo Bertolucci, among many others.
Aside from his dominance in the movie industry, the late Trintignant was also a filmmaker and racecar driver of equal caliber. The epic star of French cinema was active till 2019 in the biz industry.
Jean-Louis Trintignant passed away on June 17 at his home due to his poor health condition. The star was surrounded by his family and friends at his end moments.
He was diagnosed with prostate cancer, according to a 2018 announcement. However, he did not seek cancer treatment and continued his work despite his old age. By November 2021, it was reported that Jean-Louis had gradually lost his sight and was in declining health.
The "Happy End" star was 91 years old at his death, as reported by Vicci. He is survived by his former two wives, his current wife, Marianne Hoepfner Trintignant, and a son named Vincent.
Marianne and Trintignant's love story and marriage are some of the most sought-after stories regarding the couple. Precisely, the two met during their racing days in the early 80s. Jean-Louis was a member of the Star "Simca" Racing Team at that time.
Marianne accompanied Jean-Louis as a racing partner for the 1982 Monte-Carlo rally in a Peugeot 104 ZS. The team had also finished seventh in the 24 Hours of Spa Francorchamps.
The professional companions became lovers as Trintignant was divorced from his second wife. Since then, the couple had remained together, mainly making public appearances together.