Nadine Nelly Jeanette de Rothschild (née Lhopitalier) (1932-)
Nadine de Rothschild (née Lhopitalier) (b.1932) is a French author and former actress. Nadine Lhopitalier was born in Saint-Quentin, Aisne, France. She became the model of the painter Jean-Gabriel Domergue, a socialite who opened the door for her to the worlds of theater and film. In 1952, she began her acting career under the pseudonym of Nadine Tallier and played various roles from 1952 to 1964. In 1962, two years before ending her career in film, she married Edmond Adolphe de Rothschild; at the time, Edmund was chairman and principal owner of the Edmond de Rothschild Group, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Although she was raised Roman Catholic, she converted to Judaism stating: "It would not have been possible to have the name Rothschild and be a Catholic... Nor would it be right for the son of a Rothschild to be half-Jewish and half-Catholic."
Nadine has written extensively on manners and etiquette -and writes newspapers articles and reviews on the topic. She also published her autobiography La baronne rentre à cinq heures.