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Andrée Debar (1920–1999)

Born in Maisons-Laffitte on 5-5-1920, Andrée Debar grew up in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg where she graduated from high school. Living in this tiny but bilingual country and having an English grandmother gave Andrée a definite advantage : being able to speak fluently French, German and English, to which she later added Italian by dint of working ... See full bio »


(age 78)

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 1959 Le secret du Chevalier d'Éon
Geneviève de Beaumont / Charles - Chevalier d'Éon
 1958 L'eau vive
The cousin from Rochebrune
 1957 La garçonne
Monique Sorbier, 'la garçonne'
 1956 Guilty?
Victoria Martin
 1955 Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion (TV Series)
- Treasure of the Legion (1955) ... Ana
 1955 House on the Waterfront
 1954 Il prigioniero del re
 1952 Judgment of God
Agnès Bernauer
 1952 The Seven Deadly Sins
Camille (segment "Envie, L' / Envy")
 1952 Malaire
Catherine-Charlotte Garcia dite Catoune
 1952 Orient Express (TV Series)
Monique Curtis
- White Mask (1952) ... Monique Curtis
 1949 The Hell of Lost Pilots
Mme Clément
 1948 Une mort sans importance
 1947 They Are Not Angels (uncredited)
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Personal Details

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Theater: Played Death in "Mille et Quatre", written and directed by Simon Gantillon, which premiered at Les Célestins in Lyon on 9-10-1956.

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