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Irène Tunc (1935–1972)

Irène Tunc was born on September 25, 1935 in Lille, Nord, France. She was an actress, known for Léon Morin, Priest (1961), Live for Life (1967) and Anne and Muriel (1971). She was married to Alain Cavalier and Ivan Govar. She died on January 16, 1972 in Versailles, Yvelines, France. See full bio »

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 1971 Anne and Muriel
Ruta
 1968 Heartbeat
Diane
 1967 Pillaged
La standardiste Marie-Ange
 1967 Live for Life
Mireille
 1967 The Last Adventure
La secrétaire de Kyobaski
 1966 The Gardener of Argenteuil
La dame sur le yacht (uncredited)
 1965 Frédéric le gardian (TV Series)
La touriste
 1965 Mon royaume pour un lapin (TV Movie)
Mlle Berthe
 1961 Léon Morin, Priest
Christine Sangredin
 1960 Le signore
 1960 La contessa azzurra
Jeanne d'Argent
 1960 Genitori in blue-jeans
Clara
 1959 Adorable Sinner
Petit rôle (uncredited)
 1959 Noi siamo due evasi
Silvia
 1959 Cavalier in Devil's Castle
Marchesa Fiamma
 1958 La sposa
Flora
 1958 Paris Holiday
Shipboard Lovely (uncredited)
 1957 Lazzarella
Brigitte Clermont
 1957 Lock Up Your Spoons
Une femme de Jim
 1957 La Parisienne
Une maïtresse de Michel Legrand (uncredited)
 1957 Vacances explosives!
Eva, la 'cocotte' de Jo
 1956 Camilla
Donatella
 1956 If Paris Were Told to Us
La comtesse de Malazet
 1956 Maid in Paris
 1955 Diamond Machine
Lucia
 1955 Bravissimo
Dominique
 1955 Girl on the Third Floor
La belle-fille (uncredited)
 1955 Frou-Frou
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Trivia:

Miss France 1954.

Star Sign:

Libra

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