Charlotte Rampling stepped into the field of acting as a model and first appeared in a Cadbury advertisement. She worked in her first screen appearance in an uncredited role as a water skier in Richard Lester’s film The Knack and... How to Get It. Later, she was cast in the role of the film Georgy Girl which was starred by Lynn Redgrave and she also performed in the adventure film ‘The Long Duel’.
Rampling also appeared in the Italian film Sardinia Kidnapped alongside Franco Nero. The movie was directed by Gianfranco Mingozzi. During 1974, she again appeared in The Night Porter alongside Dirk Bogarde. She played the character of a former World War II concentration-camp inmate who later meets her abusive camp guard.
Likewise, Rampling also worked in TV series 45 Years, as Kate Mercer; Swimming, where she appeared alongside Ludivine Sagnier, as Sarah Morton; Never Let Me Go, as Miss Emily; and Assassin’s Creed, as Ellen Kaye.
Rampling was previously married to Bryan Southcombe.They got married back in 1972.The couple also has a child together named Barnaby.They were married for 4 years and they filed for divorce.
After her divorce with Bryan, she tied the knot with Jean Michel Jarre, a French composer. With Jean, Rampling gave birth to her second child, David Jarre, who is now singer and musician. Their marriage lasted for 21 years and they got divorced in 1997.
Then, Rampling was in the relationship with French journalist Jean-Noel Tassez.The couple were engaged but did not marry. Jean passed away on 2nd October 2015 due to cancer.
Rampling won a Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress, a European Film Award for Best Actress. She was also nominated for an Academy Award in the same category, and also received nominations for the BIFA Award for Best Performance.
Despite being a legend in the field of acting, Charlotte Rampling's earnings from her career is not huge when compared with other actors. Her current net worth is estimated to be around $7 million.
In the year 2017 Rampling earned around $1 million, most of it from her role in the British-American mystery drama film The Sense of an Ending, along with Geoffrey Rush James Broadbent and Emily Mortimer. Rampling was cast in the last season of the American crime drama series Dexter, starring Michael C. Hall, In 2013.
Rampling's salary from the series was around $250 thousand per episode. Her role lasted for 10 episodes and Rampling made the total of $2.5 million from her appearance in the series.
She also reportedly earned around $430 thousand from the 2015 British romantic drama film 45 Years. In the same year, Rampling's net worth was over $4.2 million.