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Born: May 1, 1917 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: France Profession: Cast ...
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1931:
Film acting debut in "Le Bal"
1938:
First US film role, "The Rage of Paris" opposite Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
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Continued to perform under the German occupation of France during World War II
1951:
Returned to Hollywood to star in the musical, "Rich, Young and Pretty"
1952:
Starred opposite James Mason in "5 Fingers"
1954:
Appeared in "The Red and the Black" opposite Gérard Philipe
1955:
Starred in "Lady Chatterley's Lover"; due to its content, the film was banned by the Catholic censors in the US
1955:
Played a supporting role in the epic "Alexander the Great" opposite Richard Burton; last American film
1961:
Starred opposite Kenneth More in "The Greengage Summer"
1963:
Starred in the romantic comedy "La Robe Mauve de Valentine" at the Chatelet Theatre in Paris
1970:
Replaced Katharine Hepburn in the Broadway musical, "Coco," based on the life of Coco Chanel
1971:
Appeared in the short-lived productions of "Ambassador"
1986:
Appeared opposite Catherine Deneuve in "Le Lieu du Crime" a French drama directed by André Téchiné
2002:
Cast in the ensemble, "8 femmes/8 Women"; a comedy murder-mystery directed by François Ozon
2007:
Voiced the grandmother in "Persepolis"; Marjane Satrapi's animated film based on the graphic novel of the same name

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