Luc Besson

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Besson in January 2012

Luc Besson (born March 18, 1955) is a French movie director, screenwriter, and producer who is known for his movies such as Léon: The Professional, The Fifth Element, Taken, The Lady, and the entire Arthur and the Invisibles trilogy. He has won an BAFTA Award.

Besson was born on 18 March 1955 in Paris, France.[1] He was married to Anne Parillaud until they divorced. Then he was married to Maïwenn Le Besco from 1992 until they divorced in 1997. Then he was married to Milla Jovovich from 1997 until they divorced in 1999. He has been married to Virginie Silla since 2004. He has five children.

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