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1. Benjamin Millepied Benjamin Millepied Actor, Black Swan Benjamin Millepied is a world-renowned choreographer, dancer, and rising director. In 2010, Millepied choreographed and starred in the Oscar winning feature Black Swan. Since then, he has directed a number of short films, commercials, and music videos in collaboration with artists including Philip Glass...
2. Danielle Darrieux Danielle Darrieux Actress, Persepolis Danielle Darrieux was born in 1917 in Bordeaux, France, but raised in Paris. She was only 14 when she auditioned for a secondary role in Le bal: she got the part, and the producer offered her a five-year contract. She had her first romantic lead in La crise est finie and scored an international...
3. Séverin-Mars Séverin-Mars Actor, La roue
4. René Clément René Clément Director, Forbidden Games René Clément was one of the leading French directors of the post-World War II era. He directed what are regarded as some of the greatest films of the time, such as The Battle of the Rails, Forbidden Games and The Day and the Hour. He was later almost forgotten as a director. He was back in public attention briefly when his epic Is Paris Burning? (with an all-star cast of famous actors) was released in 1966...
5. Anh Duong Anh Duong Actress, Scent of a Woman Anh Duong was born in France to a Spanish mother and a Vietnamese father. She studied Classical dance and started as a top model. In 1988, she moved to New York and began a career as an artist and an actress. She shows her art at Sonnabend Gallery in NY and Robilant & Voena Gallery in London.
6. Jessie Volt Jessie Volt Actress, GHB: To Be or Not to Be Very slim and fetching blonde Jessie Volt was born on March 29, 1990 in Bordeaux, Gironde, France. Volt watched porn while growing up and first began performing in explicit hardcore fare at age twenty in 2010 after she met French porn star Rico Simmons. Among the many notable companies and adult websites that Jessie has worked for are Brazzers...
7. Édouard Molinaro Édouard Molinaro Director, La Cage aux Folles
8. Gil Clary Gil Clary Actress, La roue
9. Hélène Surgère Hélène Surgère Actress, Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom
10. Philippe Beaussant Philippe Beaussant Writer, Le roi danse
11. Marie Bell Marie Bell Actress, Le grand jeu
12. Sophie Davant Sophie Davant Self, C'est au programme
13. Georges Descrières Georges Descrières Actor, Arsène Lupin
14. Évelyne Dandry Évelyne Dandry Actress, Sitcom Evelyne Dandry is singer André Dassary's daughter. She made her debut on stage at the Theatre de la Huchette in Paris when she was only sixteen: she had only three lines to utter there in a play by Jean Tardieu. But it was the first of a series comprising "Les Enfants d'Edouard", Isabelle et le Pélican"...
15. Yvonne Arnaud Yvonne Arnaud Actress, Mon Oncle
16. Yvonne Vallée Yvonne Vallée Actress, Le petit café
17. Philippe Vallois Philippe Vallois Director, Nous étions un seul homme
18. Jean Anouilh Jean Anouilh Writer, Becket
19. Gabrielle Fontan Gabrielle Fontan Actress, Le Jour se Leve
20. Jean-Pierre Bouyxou Jean-Pierre Bouyxou Actor, Les raisins de la mort
21. Etienne Bierry Etienne Bierry Actor, La maladie de Sachs
22. Mireille Perrey Mireille Perrey Actress, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
23. Pierre Olaf Pierre Olaf Actor, Camelot Pierre Olaf was born on July 14, 1928 in Caudéran, Bordeaux, Gironde, France as Pierre-Olaf Trivier. He was an actor, known for Camelot (1967), The Art of Love (1965) and Christmas Carol (1984). He died on September 13, 1995 in Paris, France. He is also known for creating the role of Jacquot in Carnival on Broadway (1961-1963) He was nominated for a Tony in 1963...
24. Jean-Louis Daniel Jean-Louis Daniel Director, Gunblast Vodka
25. Serge Roullet Serge Roullet Writer, Le mur
26. René Pujol René Pujol Writer, The Two Orphans
27. Henri Sauguet Henri Sauguet Composer, Farrebique ou Les quatre saisons
28. Catherine Laborde Catherine Laborde Actress, Une belle vie: Un homme libre, Jacques Monod Attempted to make a career as an actress (her frail charm, porcelain skin and wide eyes were mostly seen in films by Jean-Charles Tacchella), before her sister, journalist Françoise Laborde, helped her make her way through French TV channel TF1. Catherine Laborde now works as a weather report presenter...
29. Henri Duval Henri Duval Actor, Le spadassin
30. Yannick Andréi Yannick Andréi Director, L'abonné de la ligne U
31. Jean Cayrol Jean Cayrol Writer, Night and Fog
32. Fred Adison Fred Adison Actor, À nous deux, madame la vie
33. Dominique Bernard-Deschamps Dominique Bernard-Deschamps Director, Tempête
34. François Valorbe François Valorbe Actor, Bilderkomödie
35. Moune de Rivel Moune de Rivel Actress, L'écume des jours
36. Gérard Vergez Gérard Vergez Director, P.J.
37. Gérald Caussé Gérald Caussé Self, Joan of Arc
38. Christophe Dugarry Christophe Dugarry Self, Le grand journal de Canal+
39. Germaine Gerlata Germaine Gerlata Actress, La passagère
40. Albert Duvaleix Albert Duvaleix Actor, La Poison
41. Thierry Boscheron Thierry Boscheron Director, Le jour où tout a basculé
42. Daniel Gall Daniel Gall Actor, The Young Girls of Rochefort
43. Charlotte Dauvia Charlotte Dauvia Actress, L'impossible aveu
44. Marcel Amont Marcel Amont Self, Midi Trente Marcel Amont was born in Bordeaux, in a working class area. His parents were from a small valley in Bearn, right on the border of Spain. He started acting in the local theatre then moved to Paris to become an entertainer in cabaret. He became famous when he performed with Edith Piaf as the main guest...
45. Pierre Foucaud Pierre Foucaud Writer, Fantomas
46. André Sauvage André Sauvage Director, Études sur Paris
47. Madame Bartet Madame Bartet Actress, The White Lie
48. Michel Mardore Michel Mardore Director, The Savior Michel Mardore was a writer, film critic in Positif, les Cahiers du cinéma, Les Lettres françaises, Lui, Pariscope, Cinéma and Le Nouvel Observateur. He was one of the most important film critics in France and in 1962 he the first one to interview Henri Langlois, the creator of the Cinémathèque française...
49. Jean Orieux Jean Orieux Writer, Talleyrand ou Le sphinx incompris
50. Lucienne Laurence Lucienne Laurence Actress, Le bateau à soupe
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