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Suzanne Lenglen (1889–1938)

Suzanne Lenglen was born on May 24, 1889 in Compiègne, France. She was an actress, known for Things Are Looking Up (1935), The Small Parisian One (1926) and Top-Notchers (1926). She died on July 4, 1938 in Paris, France. See full bio »


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Known For

Things Are Looking Up
Things Are Looking Up Madame Bombardier
The Small Parisian One
The Small Parisian One Elle-même - joueuse de tennis
Top-Notchers Herself


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 1935 Things Are Looking Up
Madame Bombardier
 1926 The Small Parisian One
Elle-même - joueuse de tennis
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 1926 Top-Notchers (Documentary short)
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 2015 Wimbledon (TV Series)
 1939 Sports Immortals (Documentary short)
Herself (as Susanne Lenglen)

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Susanne Lenglen

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A tennis champion, she won 25 Grand Slam titles, winning at Wimbledon 6 times between 1919 and 1926.

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