Carmen Chaplin (born 1972) is a British and Irish actress and film director. She is the daughter of Michael Chaplin, granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin, and great-granddaughter of playwright Eugene O'Neill. Her mother is the British and Irish painter Patricia Betaudier, daughter of Trinidadian artist Patrick Betaudier.
She was born 1972 in London to actor Michael Chaplin of English and Irish descent and his second wife Patricia Betaudier, daughter of Irish and Trinidadian parents, and was raised in France and Spain. She made her film debut in Wim Wenders' Until the End of the World (1991), and has since appeared in several films, such as My Favourite Season (1993), The Serpent's Kiss (1997), and All About the Benjamins (2002). She has directed one short film, Tryst in Paname, starring her sister Dolores Chaplin and Bambou Gainsbourg.