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Jeanne Moreau

Jeanne Moreau



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Also Known As: Died: July 31, 2017
Born: January 23, 1928 Cause of Death: Undisclosed natural causes
Birth Place: Paris, , FR Profession: Cast ...


She served as president of the French Film Advances Commission from 1993-94.

Served as president of a French screenwriting workshop.

Moreau was announced to play the recurring guest role of the mother of Dr. Elizabeth Corday on the NBC series "ER" beginning in 2000. She arrived for the first day of shooting but left over "creative differences".

"She's very strong and very fragile. Both, and very fast. Strong, and a minute later a fragility." --Anna Praedella, Moreau's housekeeper, to THE NEW YORK TIMES, October 6, 1996

"The one essential quality that defines Jeanne is courage... She is not a gentle person. She's violent, extreme." --longtime friend Florence Malraux o THE NEW YORK TIMES, October 6, 1996

"I am my past, I am my present, and I carry my future within me. You can't stay put; the world is constantly changing. I'm open to anything--and that's how I've met so many beautiful people and had so many incredible experiences." --Jeanne Moreau in LOS ANGELES TIMES, October 6, 1996

"Acting is a craft, and the more you age, the better you are, the better you can express deep feelings." --Moreau to DAILY NEWS, February 23, 1994

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