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Born: July 10, 1927 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Ottawa, Ontario, CA Profession: Art Department ...
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1946:
Put under contract to George Stevens' Liberty Films
1946:
Film debut in "Temptation"
1947:
Joined the Charles Laughton Company at the Coronet Theatre in New York performing in the classics
1948:
Went to Paris and joined the Jean Daste Comedie Francaise Touring Company
1949:
Played the lead in Julien Duvivier's film, "Le Royanume des Cieux"
1948:
Met Orson Welles at the Venice Film Festival; was the 11th and final Desdemona hired by Welles to star in his film, "Othello" (begun in 1948; completed 1952; released in US 1955)
1948:
Signed by Welles to a seven-year contract
1950:
Starred opposite Welles in "The Unthinking Lobster" (written by Welles) at the Edouard VII Theater in Paris (date approximate)
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Signed by Paramount Pictures to star opposite Alan Ladd and William Holden in "Paradise Island" (project cancelled) in the early 1950s
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Became part-owner of the Babylon Theater in Paris; produced "Waiting for Godot" in the early 1950s
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Toured North Africa performing in French classics
1953:
First worked with Peter Ustinov on the London stage in "No Sign of the Dove"
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Toured US with Ustinov's play, "Romanoff and Juliet" and re-enacted the part of Marfa in the 1961 film version
1960:
Moved back to Paris; worked on Ustinov's films "Billy Budd" and "Lady L" in an uncredited capacity
1966:
Went to Senegal for a UNDP study on tourism
1968:
Collaborated with producer Michael Butler on the Broadway production of "Hair"
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Returned to Paris; served as artistic advisor on film festivals and as impresario to Bob Wilson, Grotowski, Peter Brook, Cerbanne and Pilobilus
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Produced musical documentary "Jammin' in Africa" (directed by Jean Luc Mazignon) filmed in Senegal, Mali, Upper Volta, Guinea, Ghana and Nigeria; also produced musical documentary film, "Sufi Dervishes" in Paris
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Helped to put together financing for two Orson Welles film projects: "The Other Side of the Wind" and the unfinished "Don Quixote"
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Presided over the Montreal Film Festival jury
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Became story editor for Seven Arts Film Company

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