Yvonne Sanson was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Sanson started off her career in film with roles in the comedic adaptation "The Miller's Wife" (1957) with Vittorio De Sica, the Anthony Perkins dramatic adaptation "This Angry Age" (1957) and the Vittorio Gassman comedy adaptation "Black Soul" (1962). Sanson began to focus on film after appearing in "I Giorni dell' Ira" (1967), the comedy "Mr. Kinky" (1967) with Vittorio Gassman and the comedy "The Biggest Bundle of Them All" (1968) with Robert Wagner. She also appeared in the Jean-Louis Trintignant drama "The Conformist" (1970) and "An Esteemed Professional Man, With a Sure Future" (1971). More recently, Sanson acted in the Daniela Rocca action movie "The Mercenaries" (2005).