|Also Known As:
Simone Rene Roussel
||Cause of Death: ||
No biography information exists for this person. Be the FIRST to contribute by CLICKING HERE >
VIEW THE FULL FILMOGRAPHY
Left home at age 15 for Paris, France; enrolled in acting classes with Renè Simon
Worked as an extra in French films such as Yvan Noé's "Mademoiselle Mozart" (1936) and "La vie parisienne/The Parisian Life"
Cast in lead role by Marc Allégret in "Gribouille/The Meddler"
Paired with Charles Boyer in "Orage/Storm"
Fled to Hollywood, CA during German invasion of France
Signed with RKO-Radio Pictures; played lead role in Archie Mayo's "Joan of Paris"
Received top billing for RKO musical "Higher and Higher" opposite debuting Frank Sinatra
Cast as a gangster's wife who makes a play for mob driver Robert Cummings in thriller "The Chase"
Returned to France to film "La symphonie pastorale/Pastoral Symphony," playing a blind country girl
Starred in Carol Reed directed mystery-drama "The Fallen Idol"
Reunited with Marc Allégret for "The Naked Heart"
Played Josephine to Raymond Pellegrin's "Napoléon"
Received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Cast as a victim of French serial killer Henri Landru in Claude Chabrol's "Bluebeard"
Served as jury president at Cannes Film Festival
Starred as a murder suspect in Claude Lelouch's "Le chat et la souris/Cat and Mouse"
Appeared in romantic drama "A Man and a Woman: 20 Years Later"
Made cameo in Giuseppe Tornatore's "Stanno tutti bene/Everybody's Fine," starring Marcello Mastroianni
Held solo exhibition of her abstract paintings at Paris gallery "Artistes En Lumière à Paris"
VIEW ALL MILESTONES