"La puce à l'oreille" (Feydau) (1967)
2 Interviews |
1 Pictorial |
6 Magazine Cover Photos |
Micheline Michel | Micheline Prelle
5' 6¼" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
[on working in film during WW2] I was making Paris Frills
(1945) with Jacques Becker
and we'd take the métro home in the morning. There were often members of the milice on the métro, and one in particular struck me. After the war, I found myself standing in line for something and he was in front of me. I said to him, 'I remember you very well'. He didn't reply.
She acted in a few radio plays before a collaborator of Georg Wilhelm Pabst
would spot her at Raymond Rouleau
's courses of dramatic arts and arrange for her to have an audition with the director. This lead Micheline to play her first relevant role in Young Girls in Trouble
(1939). Her performance won her the Suzanne Bianchetti Award for the most promising young actress of the year.
Often played sassy heroines who were much ahead of their time