Brigitte Lahaie is a French actress, radio talk show host, and author. She is best known for her performances in several controversial pornographic films from the 1970s and 1980s.
Lahaie was born on October 12, 1955, in Tourcoing, France. She began her career as a singer, appearing in cabarets and on television. She also acted in a few minor roles in mainstream films before becoming a pornographic actress.
In 1976, Lahaie began her career in pornographic films. She starred in films such as L'Initiation (1976), Le Sexe qui Parle (1975), and Les Petites Filles Modèles (1978). Lahaie's performances earned her a reputation as one of the most popular French pornographic actresses of the era. She also posed for erotic photographs, which were collected into several books.
In the early 1980s, Lahaie quit the pornography industry and focused instead on her career as a radio talk show host and author. She hosted a popular show called "La Vie à Deux" on the radio station Europe 1. She also wrote several autobiographical books, including Ma Vie Sexuelle (1985), which was a bestseller in France.
In the 1990s, Lahaie returned to her acting career, appearing in a number of mainstream French films, including La Femme Publique (1984) and Les Fleurs du Mal (1996). She also continued her work as an author and radio host.
In 2006, Lahaie was inducted into the XRCO Hall of Fame, one of the highest honors in the adult film industry. She was honored for her contribution to the industry and her performances in pornography films.
Today, Lahaie continues to work as a radio host and author. She also makes occasional appearances in French films and television shows. Lahaie is widely respected for her work in the French entertainment industry and remains one of the most popular French actresses of all time.