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Also Known As: Sylvette Herry, Miou Miou Died:
Born: February 22, 1950 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: actor, apprentice in upholstery shop

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This pensive-looking blonde former leading light of the Paris cafe-theater scene has brought poise and intelligence to over 60 screen roles since the 1970s. Despite a comic name bestowed by her stage partner Coluche, Miou-Miou has proven adept at both drama and comedy and has worked with a distinguished roster of international directors including Bertrand Blier, Marco Bellochio, Alain Tanner, Joseph Losey and Diane Kurys.

This pensive-looking blonde former leading light of the Paris cafe-theater scene has brought poise and intelligence to over 60 screen roles since the 1970s. Despite a comic name bestowed by her stage partner Coluche, Miou-Miou has proven adept at both drama and comedy and has worked with a distinguished roster of international directors including Bertrand Blier, Marco Bellochio, Alain Tanner, Joseph Losey and Diane Kurys.

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Populaire (2013)
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 Concert, The (2009)
6.
 Pour un fils (2009)
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 Great Alibi, The (2008)
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Milestones close milestones

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Worked at mother's fruit stall
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Apprenticed in upholstery workshop
1968:
Co-founded, with Coluche, "Cafe de la Gare" cafe-theater
1971:
Made screen debut, "La Cavale"
1974:
Earned place as serious actor after release of "Les Valseuses/Going Places"
1978:
Shunned the Cesar Award ceremonies after winning for "La Derobade"
1981:
Helped develop and starred in "La Gueule du loup"
1982:
Received international recognition for "Coup de fondre/Entre Nous"
1985:
Returned to the stage in "La Musica"
1987:
Appeared on French TV in "L'Argent"
1993:
Cast opposite Gerard Depardieu in a new production of Emile Zola's "Germinal"
1996:
Played wife of Daniel Auteuil in "Le Huitieme jour/The Eighth Day"
2001:
Cast in "Agathe et le grand magasin"
2004:
Appeared in "L'après-midi de monsieur Andesmas"
2006:
Cast in Michel Gondry's "The Science of Sleep"
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companion:
Patrick Dewaere. Actor. Had daughter with him; committed suicide in 1982.
companion:
Julien Clerc. Singer. Had daughter with him.

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daughter:
Angele Dewaere. Born 1974; father Patrick Dewaere.
daughter:
Jeanne Herry-Clerc. Actor. Born 1978; father Julien Clerc.

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