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Also Known As: Died: August 28, 2017
Born: May 15, 1938 Cause of Death: Undisclosed natural causes
Birth Place: Toulon, , FR Profession: actor, model

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Mireille Darc was an actress and director who had a successful career in her native France, along with a certain level of public notoriety due to her relationship with actor Alain Delon. Early on in her acting career, Darc landed roles in various films, including "Weekend" (1968), "Monte Carlo or Bust!" (1969) and "Laisse Aller, c'est une valse" (1970). She also appeared in "Borsalino" (1970), "Elle boit pas, elle fume pas, elle drague pas... mais elle cause!" (1970) with Annie Girardot and "Il Etait une fois un flic" (1971). She kept working in film throughout the seventies, starring in "Le Grand Blond avec une Chaussure Noire" (1972) with Pierre Richard, "O K Patron" (1973) and "Dis-Moi que tu m'aimes" (1974). She also appeared in "Les Seins de Glace" (1974). Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in the Jean-Louis Trintignant thriller "Les Passagers" (1977), "Mort d'un pourri" (1977) and "Les Ringards" (1978). She also appeared in "Si elle dit oui... je ne dis pas non" (1983) and the Jean Rochefort drama "Reveillon Chez Bob" (1984). Darc acted in the Bernard Blier foreign "Les Barbouzes" (2012), but continued health problems curtailed her career following open heart...

Mireille Darc was an actress and director who had a successful career in her native France, along with a certain level of public notoriety due to her relationship with actor Alain Delon. Early on in her acting career, Darc landed roles in various films, including "Weekend" (1968), "Monte Carlo or Bust!" (1969) and "Laisse Aller, c'est une valse" (1970). She also appeared in "Borsalino" (1970), "Elle boit pas, elle fume pas, elle drague pas... mais elle cause!" (1970) with Annie Girardot and "Il Etait une fois un flic" (1971). She kept working in film throughout the seventies, starring in "Le Grand Blond avec une Chaussure Noire" (1972) with Pierre Richard, "O K Patron" (1973) and "Dis-Moi que tu m'aimes" (1974). She also appeared in "Les Seins de Glace" (1974). Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in the Jean-Louis Trintignant thriller "Les Passagers" (1977), "Mort d'un pourri" (1977) and "Les Ringards" (1978). She also appeared in "Si elle dit oui... je ne dis pas non" (1983) and the Jean Rochefort drama "Reveillon Chez Bob" (1984). Darc acted in the Bernard Blier foreign "Les Barbouzes" (2012), but continued health problems curtailed her career following open heart surgery the following year. Mireille Darc died on Agust 28, 2017 at the age of 79.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Barbare, La (1989) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Peking Blonde (2010)
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 Reveillon Chez Bob (1984) Madeleine
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 Les Ringards (1978) Annie
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 Mort d'un pourri (1977) Francoise
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 Les Passagers (1977) Nicole Letessier
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 Homme presse, L' (1977) Hedwige
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1964:
Appeared in cold-war satire "The Great Spy Chase"
1967:
Cast in James Bond spoof "Casino Royale"
1970:
Had an uncredited role as a prostitute in "Borsalino"
1970:
Co-starred with Annie Girardot in "Elle boit pas, elle fume pas, elle drague pas... mais elle cause!"
1971:
"Il Etait une fois un flic"
1973:
Co-starred in Claude Vital comedy "OK Patron"
1974:
Starred alongside Jean-Pierre Marielle in comedy romance "Dis-Moi que tu m'aimes"
1978:
Co-starred with Aldo Maccione and Julien Guiomar in crime comedy "Les Ringards"
1983:
Co-starred with Paul Freeman and Pierre Mondy in Claude Vital's romantic comedy "Si elle dit oui... je ne dis pas non"
1993:
Cast as Laura on mini-series "Prigioniera di una vendetta"
2003:
Cast as Catherine Sinclair on short-lived crime series "Frank Riva"
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