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|Birth Place:||France||Profession:||Cast ...|
RATE AND COMMENT
Was a professional ballet dancer from mid-1940s
Film acting debut in "An American in Paris"
Played signature role of "Lili"; earned Oscar nomination
Appeared as Ella in "The Glass Slipper", a retelling of Cinderella
Last dance musical, "Daddy Long Legs", opposite Fred Astaire
Made her London stage debut playing the title role of "Gigi"
Last musical, "Gigi" (singing voice was dubbed)
French language film debut in Abel Gance's "Austerlitz"
Earned second Oscar nomination for dramatic turn in "The L-Shaped Room"
Starred opposite Cary Grant in "Father Goose"
Had major role in the ABC miniseries "QB VII"
Portrayed flamboyant screen star Alla Nazimova in Ken Russell's "Valentino"
Appeared in CBS's star-studded miniseries of Sydney Sheldon's "Master of the Game"
Starred in national tour of "On Your Toes"
Appeared in Louis Malle's "Damage", playing the mother of Juliette Binoche's character
Acted in Peter Chelsom's "Funny Bones"; stellar cast included Oliver Platt, Jerry Lewis and Oliver Reed
Cast as Sela Ward's mother-in-law in "Passion's Way" (CBS)
Co-starred with Judi Dench and Ian Holm in the HBO original "The Last of the Blonde Bombshells"
Reunited with Dench and Binoche in "Chocolat"
Appeared in James Ivory's "Le Divorce" opposite Naomi Watts and Thierry Lhermitte
Made a rare appearance in front of American cameras to guest-star on NBC's "Law & Order: SVU"
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
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