Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1970-1979

Seven Best French Actress in Supporting Role by years (1970-1979)
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“ 1970 Le clair de terre de Guy Gilles ” - guillaume836076
 
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Judith Magre
Actress, Elle
“ 1970 Le voyou de Claude Lelouch ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1970 Les choses de la vie de Claude Sautet
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1970 ” - guillaume836076
 
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Lilli Palmer
A charming, elegant, and exceedingly popular international film star with a gentle, understated beauty, actress Lilli Palmer was born as Lilli Marie Peiser on May 24, 1914, in Posen, Prussia. She was the daughter of Rose Lissman, an Austrian Jewish actress, and Alfred Peiser, a German Jewish surgeon...
“ 1970 La peau de Torpédo de Jean Delannoy ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1970 Mont Dragon de Jacques Brel ” - guillaume836076
 
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Delphine Seyrig
Delphine was born in Beirut on the 10th April 1932 into an intellectual Protestant family. Her Alsatian father, Henri Seyrig, was the director of the Archaeological Institute and later France's cultural attaché in New York during World War Two. Her Swiss mother, Hermine De Saussure, was an adept of Rousseau's theories...
“ 1970 Peau d'âne de Jacques Demy ” - guillaume836076
 
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Simone Signoret
Actress, Diabolique
The face of Simone Signoret on the Paris Metro movie posters in March 1982 looked even older than her 61 years. She was still a box office draw, but the film, L'étoile du Nord, would be her last theatrical release. She played the landlady. Signoret had a long film apprenticeship during World War II, mostly as an extra and occasionally getting to speak a single line...
“ 1970 L'aveu de Costa-Gavras ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1971 Les mariés de l'an II de Jean-Paul Rappeneau ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1971 Le chat de Pierre Granier-Deferre ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1971 Viva la muerte! de Fernando Arrabal ” - guillaume836076
 
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Suzanne Flon
Actress, The Train
Opulent French actress Suzanne Flon, who came from humble beginnings, evolved into a luminous stage and film star whose career lasted five decades. She was born near Paris, the daughter of a railway worker and a seamstress and at school developed an interest in writing poetry. Following high school she worked as an English interpreter at Au Printemps...
“ 1971 Aussi loin que l'amour de Frédéric Rossif ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1971 La veuve Couderc de Pierre Granier-Deferre
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1971 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1971 Les assassins de l'ordre de Marcel Carné ” - guillaume836076
 
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Alice Sapritch
Alice Sapritch was unattractive and she knew it for a fact. She nevertheless decided to become an actress, aware that she would never be the love interest of the handsome hero or play the blushing ingénue. That's the reason why she set about emphasizing her lack of glamor instead of concealing it. In these conditions...
“ 1971 La folie des grandeurs de Gérard Oury ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1972 Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie de Luis Bunuel ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1972 Le grand blond avec une chaussure noire d'Yves Robert ” - guillaume836076
 
17.
“ 1972 Nous ne vieillirons pas ensemble de Maurice Pialat
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1972 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1972 La mandarine d'Edouard Molinaro ” - guillaume836076
 
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Jean Seberg
Actress, Breathless
Jean Dorothy Seberg was born in Marshalltown, Iowa, to Dorothy Arline (Benson), a substitute teacher, and Edward Waldemar Seberg, a pharmacist. Her father was of Swedish descent and her mother was of English and German ancestry. One month before her eighteenth birthday, Jean landed the title role in Otto Preminger's Saint Joan after a much-publicized contest involving some 18,000 hopefuls...
“ 1972 L'attentat d'Yves Boisset ” - guillaume836076
 
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Delphine Seyrig
Delphine was born in Beirut on the 10th April 1932 into an intellectual Protestant family. Her Alsatian father, Henri Seyrig, was the director of the Archaeological Institute and later France's cultural attaché in New York during World War Two. Her Swiss mother, Hermine De Saussure, was an adept of Rousseau's theories...
“ 1972 Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie de Luis Bunuel ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1972 La vieille fille de Jean-Pierre Blanc ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1973 Projection privée de François Leterrier ” - guillaume836076
 
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Valentina Cortese
Actress, Day for Night
Valentina Cortese was born in Milan, Lombardy, Italy, in 1923. She made her movie debut in 1940 and played many "ingenue" parts in Italian films of that period, before making a real sensation in Les Misérables and Tempesta su Parigi, playing both female leads, Fantine and Cosette (the film was a competent screen adaptation of the Victor Hugo classic "Les misérables")...
“ 1973 La nuit américaine de François Truffaut
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1973 ” - guillaume836076
 
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Mimsy Farmer
Mimsy Farmer first began acting at age 16, when a press agent noticed her and offered her work in the film, Gidget Goes Hawaiian, an unbilled bit with one line as a girl in the lobby. Her first billed film was a featured part in Spencer's Mountain, starring Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara and James MacArthur...
“ 1973 Deux hommes dans la ville de José Giovanni ” - guillaume836076
 
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Clotilde Joano
Actress, Z
“ 1973 Les noces rouges de Claude Chabrol ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1973 Projection privée de François Leterrier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1973 Le train de Pierre Granier-Deferre ” - guillaume836076
 
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Delphine Seyrig
Delphine was born in Beirut on the 10th April 1932 into an intellectual Protestant family. Her Alsatian father, Henri Seyrig, was the director of the Archaeological Institute and later France's cultural attaché in New York during World War Two. Her Swiss mother, Hermine De Saussure, was an adept of Rousseau's theories...
“ 1973 Chacal de Fred Zinnemann ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1974 Le mouton enragé de Michel Deville ” - guillaume836076
 
30.
“ 1974 Vincent, François, Paul...et les autres de Claude Sautet
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1974 ” - guillaume836076
 
31.
“ 1974 Stavisky... d'Alain Resnais ” - guillaume836076
 
32.
“ 1974 La gueule ouverte de Maurice Pialat ” - guillaume836076
 
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Jeanne Moreau
Actress, Jules and Jim
When people gave Louis Malle credit for making a star of Jeanne Moreau in Elevator to the Gallows immediately followed by The Lovers, he would point out that Moreau by that time had already been "recognized as the prime stage actress of her generation." She had made it to the Comédie Française in her 20s...
“ 1974 Les valseuses de Bertrand Blier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1974 Céline et Julie vont en bateau de Jacques Rivette ” - guillaume836076
 
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Marie-France Pisier
Marie-France first came to the fore as an actress of the Nouvelle Vague movement in the 1960's. She had spent her early childhood in French Indochina, where her father was employed as colonial governor, but the family moved to Paris when she was twelve. Just five years later, she was spotted by a casting director...
“ 1974 Céline et Julie vont en bateau de Jacques Rivette ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1975 Sept morts sur ordonnance de Jacques Rouffio ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1975 Les galettes de Pont-Aven de Joël Séria ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1975 La chair de l'orchidée de Patrice Chéreau ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1975 Cousin, cousine de Jean-Charles Tacchella ” - guillaume836076
 
40.
Marie-France Pisier
Marie-France first came to the fore as an actress of the Nouvelle Vague movement in the 1960's. She had spent her early childhood in French Indochina, where her father was employed as colonial governor, but the family moved to Paris when she was twelve. Just five years later, she was spotted by a casting director...
“ 1975 Cousin, cousine de Jean-Charles Tacchella
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1975
1975 Souvenirs d'en France d'André Téchiné ” - guillaume836076
 
41.
“ 1975 Dupont Lajoie d'Yves Boisset ” - guillaume836076
 
42.
Anouk Aimée
Actress,
She is the daughter of the actress Geneviève Sorya. In 1948 she played the part of Juliette in Les amants de Vérone. In the following years (fifties and beginning sixties) she made various films (e.g. Modigliani of Montparnasse and La Dolce Vita) but had only with Lola of Jacques Demy and A Man and a Woman of Claude Lelouch major success...
“ 1976 Si c'était à refaire de Claude Lelouch ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1976 Un éléphant ça trompe énormément d'Yves Robert ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1976 Marie-Poupée de Joël Séria ” - guillaume836076
 
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Brigitte Fossey
This lovely, docile, sensitive-appearing blonde French leading lady started impressively in films at age 6, making a most notable debut in René Clément's Forbidden Games. She abandoned acting a few years later for schooling and a normal upbringing. After a brief career as an interpreter and translator...
“ 1976 Le bon et les méchants de Claude Lelouch ” - guillaume836076
 
46.
Marie-France Pisier
Marie-France first came to the fore as an actress of the Nouvelle Vague movement in the 1960's. She had spent her early childhood in French Indochina, where her father was employed as colonial governor, but the family moved to Paris when she was twelve. Just five years later, she was spotted by a casting director...
“ 1976 Barocco d'André Téchiné
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1976 ” - guillaume836076
 
47.
“ 1976 Lumières de Jeanne Moreau ” - guillaume836076
 
48.
Simone Signoret
Actress, Diabolique
The face of Simone Signoret on the Paris Metro movie posters in March 1982 looked even older than her 61 years. She was still a box office draw, but the film, L'étoile du Nord, would be her last theatrical release. She played the landlady. Signoret had a long film apprenticeship during World War II, mostly as an extra and occasionally getting to speak a single line...
“ 1976 Police python 357 d'Alain Corneau ” - guillaume836076
 
49.
“ 1977 Mort d'un pourri de Georges Lautner ” - guillaume836076
 
50.
“ 1977 L'homme qui aimait les femmes de François Truffaut ” - guillaume836076
 
51.
“ 1977 La menace d'Alain Corneau
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1977 ” - guillaume836076
 
52.
“ 1977 L'homme qui aimait les femmes de François Truffaut ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1977 La dentellière de Claude Goretta ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1977 Repérages de Michel Soutter ” - guillaume836076
 
55.
Marthe Villalonga
Vivacious, good-natured and friendly, but also fussy, invading and possessive, all these terms can apply to most of the characters played by Marthe Villalonga, one of the busiest comic actresses in France for five decades. Either the quintessential Jewish mother hen (poor Guy Bedos in "Un éléphant ça...
“ 1977 Nous irons tous au paradis d'Yves Robert ” - guillaume836076
 
56.
“ 1978 Violette Nozière de Claude Chabrol
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1978 ” - guillaume836076
 
57.
“ 1978 La chambre verte de François Truffaut ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1978 Une histoire simple de Claude Sautet ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1978 Une histoire simple de Claude Sautet ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1978 Le sucre de Jacques Rouffio ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1978 Une histoire simple de Claude Sautet ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1978 Les bronzés de Patrice Leconte ” - guillaume836076
 
63.
“ 1979 Série noire d'Alain Corneau ” - guillaume836076
 
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Danielle Darrieux
Actress, Persepolis
Danielle Darrieux was born in 1917 in Bordeaux, France, but raised in Paris. She was only 14 when she auditioned for a secondary role in Le bal: she got the part, and the producer offered her a five-year contract. She had her first romantic lead in La crise est finie and scored an international...
“ 1979 Le cavaleur de Philippe de Broca ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1979 Le cavaleur de Philippe de Broca
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1979 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1979 Clair de femme de Costa-Gavras ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1979 Courage, fuyons! d'Yves Robert ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1979 Buffet froid de Bertrand Blier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1979 La dérobade de Daniel Duval ” - guillaume836076