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Dominique Wilms

Dominique Wilms was born on June 8, 1930 in Montignies-sur-Sambre, Belgium as Claudine Maria Célina Wilmes. She is an actress, known for Poison Ivy (1953), The River of Three Junks (1957) and Caesar the Conqueror (1962). She was previously married to Jean Gaven. See full bio »

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Poison Ivy
Poison Ivy Carlotta de la Rue
Caesar the Conqueror
Caesar the Conqueror Queen Astrid
Every Minute Counts
Every Minute Counts Dany Dupré


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 1972 La canne (TV Movie)
Myriam Hork
 1970 Graf Yoster gibt sich die Ehre (TV Series)
Gwen Mannipole
- Fast ein Kollege (1970) ... Gwen Mannipole
 1966 A Ace and Four Queens
 1964 Panic in Bangkok
Eva Davidson
 1964 Vol 272 (TV Mini-Series)
 1962 Caesar the Conqueror
Queen Astrid
 1960 Every Minute Counts
Dany Dupré
 1960 Bomben auf Monte Carlo
 1959 Ce soir on tue
Mireille - la chanteuse
 1958 Adventures in Indochina
 1957 Le grand bluff
Dominique Arden
 1957 Et par ici la sortie
Myrna de Maripasula
 1957 The River of Three Junks
 1956 Les assassins du dimanche
Ginette Garcet
 1955 Les pépées font la loi
 1954 La soupe à la grimace
 1954 Les clandestines
 1954 Les femmes s'en balancent
Paulette Burdell
 1953 Poison Ivy
Carlotta de la Rue
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She was Otto Preminger's first choice for the part of Elsa in "Bonjour Tristesse" (1957), but she refused.

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