Lily-Rose Depp Biography, Age, Family, Parents, Boyfriend, Height, Illness, Movies, Interview

Lily-Rose Depp born Lily-Rose Melody Depp is a French-American actress and model. She debuted on her acting career with a role of cameo in Tusk, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2014.

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Lily-Rose Depp Biography

Lily-Rose Depp born Lily-Rose Melody Depp is a French-American actress and model.

Lily-Rose Depp Age

She was born on 27 May 1999 in Paris, France. She is 19 years old as of 2018.

Lily-Rose Depp Family | Lily-Rose Depp Parents | Lily Rose Depp Brother

Her father Johnny Depp is an American actor, producer, musician while her mother Vanessa Paradis is a French singer, actress, and model. She has a younger brother John “Jack” Christopher Depp III. She is the niece of French actress Alysson Paradis and a descendent of colonial freedom fighter Elizabeth Key Grinstead. She was the step- daughter of Amber Heard and the goddaughter of singer Marilyn Manson.

Lily-Rose Depp Boyfriend

Her begun dating Ash Stymest, a British model, who was eight years older than her in 2015 and the two parted ways in early 2018. She is now dating an Oscar nominee Timothée Chalamet. It is believed that, the two met while filming upcoming Netflix movie The King, where Timothée stars as Henry V and Lily-Rose as Catherine. Their relationship came to public on october 02, 2018.

Lily Rose Depp Height and Weight

Height: 5 ft 3 in or 160 cm
Weight: 47 kg or 104 lbs

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Lily-Rose Depp Career

She debuted on her acting career with a role of cameo in Tusk, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2014. In April 2015, she posed for a photo-shoot in the Australian magazine Oyster by Dana Boulos and Maggie Silverman. In September 2015, she was announced as a Chanel ambassador and modelled for the brand’s eyewear line. She appears alongside Irish rapper Rejjie Snow in his video for “All Around the World”, that was released in October.

She reprised her Tusk role in Yoga Hosers, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2016. She was announced as the face of Chanel’s new fragrance No°5 L’Eau in May 2016. The Dancer, in which she plays Isadora Duncan, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard category the same month. She co-starred in Rebecca Zlotowski’s Planetarium alongside Natalie Portman as two spiritualist sisters in 1930s France. The film had its premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September. She appeared on the cover of British Vogue in their December 2016 issue.

On the upcoming projects, she will star besides Laurent Lafitte in Les Fauves, a French film directed by Vincent Mariette. She will also reprise her Tusk and Yoga Hosers role in Moose Jaws. In 2019, she will star opposite Robert Pattinson and Timothée Chalamet in The King, directed by David Michôd.

Lily Rose Depp Illness

She was struggled with anorexia(an eating disorder characterized by low weight, fear of gaining weight, and a strong desire to be thin, resulting in food restriction) in the past and is now recovering.

Lily Rose Depp Movies





Les Fauves



A Faithful Man



Yoga Hosers

Colleen Collette

The Dancer

Isadora Duncan


Kate Barlow



Colleen Collette


The King

Catherine of Valois

Lily Rose Depp Net Worth

She earns a salary of $41,700 from her modeling career. she has an estimated net worth of around $1 million.

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On Beauty: Lily-Rose Depp

Updated : 16 November 2018

On working with Chanel

My first memories of Chanel are really actually quite family-orientated. Digging around in my mum’s closet. You know, Chanel is really the first thing that comes to mind when I think of fashion because I would try on all of her dresses and shoes – even though I was in diapers at the time! There’s actually a picture of me in a diaper wearing Chanel pumps. And same with the fragrances. My mum and my grandmother always wore Chanel fragrances, No.5 in particular, so that scent is really nostalgic as well. Working with Karl is amazing too. I met him for the first time when I was eight. He’s somebody that I not only admire and respect so much for his work and his insane creativity and genius, he’s also such a kind and intelligent person that I feel so lucky to know and to work with.

On beauty advice from her mother

It’s all the very basic stuff really, like the importance of washing your skin, taking care of your face when you’re wearing make-up… She is very natural, so she’d steer me in that direction. It’s funny, because I wanted to be wearing make-up even when I was far too little to be wearing it, especially to school. But the first time that my mum gave me make-up that I was allowed to wear – I must have been 12 or 13, but I still have it – it was a little orange Chanel make-up bag with all these Chanel products in it. It was very special, it was my favourite birthday present. And it’s also kind of symbolic, it’s like the turning of a page, becoming a young lady.

On skincare

I never go to sleep wearing make-up, I think that’s very important. And I just make sure my skin is clean and moisturised. I’m kind of simple when it comes to skincare. I think it’s about listening to your skin and changing it up and, you know, making sure that you’re doing what works for you. And I love the Chanel Le Lift eye masks. They make me feel really fab if I wear them on the plane. I put them in the fridge because when they’re cold they really de-puff. I’ll use them in the morning before an event.

On everyday make-up

For everyday, if I have a pimple or something I’ll do a little bit of concealer. Then a little bit of blush – the Chanel Joues Contraste blush smells so nostalgic for me because my mum would always put it on in the car. She’d put a bit on her eyelids as well and I do that now: cheeks, eyelids and the bridge of my nose. And I’ll do some lip pencil and maybe a little liner on the inside of the eyes. It’s those kinds of things that probably nobody else would notice, but you notice about yourself. My generation is the YouTube tutorial generation – I definitely grew up watching YouTube tutorials. I still love watching them actually. It’s weird because I watch them just for fun, but you do end up picking up some tips!

On dressing up

Make-up has always been the most fun part of dressing up for me, I like how it plays into your whole outfit and hair and everything. I definitely like to go for a bolder make-up look when I’m going out or doing events. I’m so lucky to work with such amazing make-up artists. I sometimes come in with an idea, but a lot of the time they’ll come up with something fun. I definitely like a strong eye, a bit of a cat-eye effect. It’s funny because my make-up artist right now, Christophe Danchaud, is my mum’s make-up artist as well, so I’ve known him since I was born. He’s been doing my make-up forever. He tells stories of when I was three or four and was like, put lip gloss on me!

On fragrance

Chanel No.5 L’Eau really is my scent. I feel naked if I don’t wear perfume so I always have a bottle in my bathroom. It has that nostalgic side too because it has notes of the original No.5, which reminds me so much of my family. But it’s a beautiful, fresh take on it, so that’s my signature scent, that’s what I smell like! It reminds me of the whole experience of working with Chanel over the years and the relationships I’ve developed so I’m really attached to the scent.

On hair

I don’t colour my hair but I love wearing wigs, just for fun. I haven’t worn one to an event or anything yet but me and my friends love putting them on and doing photoshoots and stuff like that. Luckily I have some friends who are fantastic photographers so the pictures are pretty good and fun memories to have. I have really thin hair so I don’t like to put too much product on it. And I’ll sleep with coconut oil in sometimes.

On fitness

I have been slacking lately but I actually do love working out. It makes me feel happy – it releases endorphins and makes you feel good. I like to walk places as much as I can and keep active. But in terms of workout classes and things like that, I get bored really easily so I definitely like the faster, dancey ones. It’s good to get your blood pumping. I think if you’re having a bad day, go and run around or walk around! I think it makes you feel better.

On pampering

I love an at-home spa. I love a bath and a mask, things like that. I think self care is definitely a part of self love. It’s important to pamper yourself and make yourself feel good. In my free time, honestly, I like to do as little as I possibly can. I’m very much a homebody so I like to stay in bed for as long as I can and I like to read a lot, see my friends. It’s fun to do nothing with the people you love.

On social media

I think it can be a really good thing and also a not so good thing. It’s so much easier for everyone to say what they feel. Navigating that is definitely something that this generation is the first to have to learn to deal with. It’s hard because the entire course of your life is somewhat recorded and there’s no handbook. Especially when you’re young and figuring out who you are. I mostly try to stay off it. I use Instagram but not Twitter or anything like that and personally I try not to let it have too big of a place in my life. But it can also be a really positive thing. It gives people a voice and a platform to speak their minds and stand up for things that they believe in.