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Trophée Chopard

Trophée Chopard
2015 Cannes Film Festival
Awarded for Rewards the talent of a young actor and actress
Location Cannes
Country France
Presented by Chopard
Cannes Film Festival
First awarded 2001

Trophée Chopard (English: Chopard Trophy) is awarded by a jury of professionals to two young actors in order to recognise and encourage their career. It was founded in 2001 by Chopard and has since been presented every year during the Cannes Film Festival.


Year Male Revelation of the Year Female Revelation of the Year
2001 Eduardo Noriega Audrey Tautou
2002 / Hayden Christensen Ludivine Sagnier
Paz Vega
2003 Gael García Bernal Diane Kruger
2004 Rodrigo Santoro Marion Cotillard
2005[1] Jonathan Rhys-Meyers Kelly Reilly
2006[2] Kevin Zegers Jasmine Trinca
2007 Nick Cannon Archie Panjabi
2008[3] Omar Metwally Tang Wei
2009[4] David Kross Léa Seydoux
2010[5] Edward Hogg Liya Kebede
2011[6] / Niels Schneider Àstrid Bergès-Frisbey
2012[7] Ezra Miller Shailene Woodley
2013[8] Jeremy Irvine Blanca Suárez
2014[9] Logan Lerman Adèle Exarchopoulos
2015[10] Jack O'Connell Lola Kirke


Year Presenter
2001 Emmanuelle Béart
2002 Gong Li
2003 Isabelle Adjani
2004 Laura Morante
2005 Sharon Stone[1]
2006 Sir Elton John
Elizabeth Hurley[2]
2007 Jude Law
2008 Gwyneth Paltrow[3]
2009 Marion Cotillard[4]
2010 Helen Mirren[5]
2011 Robert De Niro[6]
2012 Sean Penn[7]
2013 Colin Firth[8]
2014 Cate Blanchett[9]
2015 Julianne Moore[10]


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