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Bardot debuted in a highly popular comedy film starring Bourvil, Le Trou Normand (1952) (English title: Crazy for Love).
She played the lead in Manina, the Girl in the Bikini (1953) from director Willy Rozier.
She went to school three days a week, and otherwise studied at home.
This gave time for lessons at Madame Bourget's dance studio three days a week.
At the invitation of an acquaintance of her mother, she modelled in a fashion show in 1949.
During her career in show business, she starred in 47 films, performed in several musical shows and recorded over 60 songs.Although Bardot got the role, the film was cancelled but made her consider becoming an actress.Her relationship with Vadim, who attended the audition, influenced her further life and career.Brigitte's mother also enrolled Brigitte's younger sister, Marie-Jeanne (born ), in dance.Marie-Jeanne eventually gave up dancing lessons and did not tell her mother, whereas Brigitte concentrated on ballet.
Bardot caught the attention of French intellectuals.