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Pascale Ogier (1958–1984)

Pascale Ogier was born on October 26, 1958 in Paris, France as Pascale Nicolas. She was an actress and writer, known for Full Moon in Paris (1984), Le Pont du Nord (1981) and Ghost Dance (1983). She died on October 25, 1984 in Paris. See full bio »


(age 25) in Paris, France

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 1985 Rosette vend des roses (Short)
 1984 Ave Maria
 1984 Full Moon in Paris
 1983 Ghost Dance
 1983 Signes extérieurs de richesse
L'assistante médicale
 1981 Paris s'en va (Short)
 1981 Le Pont du Nord
 1981 Lady of the Camelias
Olympe (uncredited)
 1980 Catherine de Heilbronn (TV Movie)
Catherine de Heilbronn
 1980 Radio Serpent (Short)
 1978 Life the Way It Is (TV Movie)
Muriel Pucheux
 1978 Perceval
chant, pucelle, dame
 1969 Paulina is Leaving
Little girl with candlestick (uncredited)
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She and Romy Schneider are the only actors to receive a posthumous César nomination, for their performances in Full Moon in Paris (1984) and La passante du Sans-Souci (1982), respectively. See more »

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