‘Blow Up’ actress Jane Birkin dies at age 76

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Jane Birkin is an actress, singer, and Fashion Inspiration who became an icon in the 60s and 70s era. Barkin was born on 14th December 1946 in Marylebone, London. Birkin started her acting career in the 1960s with the small role in The Knack…. and How to Get It in 1665 but her role was uncredited. Barkin got her film debut in 1966 when she played a small role in the film and also appeared in other films such as Death of the Nile 1972 adaptation and Evil Under The Sun in 1982.

‘Blow Up’ actress Jane Birkin dies at age 76
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How did Jane Birkin die?

As per The Hollywood Reporter, The French Cultural minister on Sunday in the following newspaper in Le Parisien and BFM television that Birkin was found dead in her home in Paris. In the year 2021, Birkin suffered a stroke.

During the era of the 60s, she moved on to France. Birkin became famous for the Song “Je t’aime…moi non plus” it’s her duet with her husband Serge Gainsbourg the song was sexually explicit and was banned in several countries but became a household name.  

‘Blow Up’ actress Jane Birkin dies at age 76
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What is the real reason behind Jane Birkin’s death?

According to The Statesman, Jane Birkin’s reason for her death is not known yet but the news is shocking because Jane is a cancer survivor. The last day of lives she spent in her home in Paris.

‘Blow Up’ actress Jane Birkin dies at age 76
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Jane Birkin’s style was unique just like eye-skimming bangs which was her signature style. Barkin left a legacy behind for which she knows. Along with acting and singing, Birkin is also famous for her social work, especially in 2010 when she talked about how the French government treated undocumented migrant people.

Jane Birkin monumental hits

Britain- French actress, singer and fashion icon Jane Birkin dies on Sunday which shocks the whole entertainment industry. Here is the list of Birkin’s works are- 


  • Blowup in 1966
  • Wonderwall in 1968
  • Les Chamins de Katmandou in 1969
  • Cannabis in 1970
  • Death on the Nile in 1978
  • Evil Under the Sun in 1981
  • Jane by Charlotte in 2021


  • Je t’aime…moi non plus in 1969 (duet with Serge Gainsboug)
  • Lolita Go Home in 1973
  • Baby Alone in Babylone in 1983
  • Lost Song in 1987
  • Jane Birkin Sings Serge Gainsbourg via Japan in 2012

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Drishti Bhattacharya
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