Zabou Breitman (born Isabelle Breitman; 30 October 1959), also known as Zabou, is a French actress and director of Jewish origin. She is the daughter of actors Jean-Claude Deret and Céline Léger. At age four, she appeared in her first movie. Since 1981, Zabou has acted in dozens of roles in films, TV movies, and theaters. She made her directoral debut in 2001 with Se souvenir des belles choses, for which she won a César Award for Best Debut.