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Yvonne de Bray (1887–1954)

Yvonne de Bray was born on May 12, 1887 in Paris, Ile-de-France, France as Yvonne Laurence Blanche de Bray. She was an actress, known for Les parents terribles (1948), Le poison du professeur Rouff (1911) and Gigi (1949). She died on February 1, 1954 in Paris. See full bio »

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Known For

Les parents terribles
Les parents terribles Yvonne dite 'Sophie'
(1948)
Gigi
Gigi Mamita
(1949)
The Pit of Loneliness
(1951)

Filmography

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 1953 Quand tu liras cette lettre
La voyageuse
 1952 Nous sommes tous des assassins
La chiffonnière
 1952 Nez de cuir
Marie-Bonne
 1951 The Pit of Loneliness
Victoire
 1951 Dear Caroline
La duchesse / Duchess
 1950 Chéri
La Copine
 1950 Agnès de rien
Madame de Chaligny
 1949 Gigi
Mamita
 1948 Les parents terribles
Yvonne dite 'Sophie'
 1948 L'aigle à deux têtes
La présidente
 1943 L'éternel retour
Gertrude Frossin
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 1952 L'amour, Madame
Herself (uncredited)
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Stage actress.

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French stage character actress, who quit the theatre after the death of her dramatist husband Henry Bataille. Re-discovered for films by Jean Cocteau in 1943.

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