13 names.

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1. Déborah François Déborah François Actress, L'enfant The daughter of a police officer and a social worker and the middle of three siblings, Déborah François was cast by the Dardenne brothers in L'enfant in 2005 while she was in high school. Between the ages of 10 to 16 François had taken acting classes but she did not expect to make acting her career...
2. Marie Gillain Marie Gillain Actress, Coco Before Chanel
3. Harry Cleven Harry Cleven Actor, Mr. Nobody
4. Georges Simenon Georges Simenon Writer, Les enquêtes du commissaire Maigret
5. Richard Ciupka Richard Ciupka Cinematographer, Atlantic City
6. César Franck César Franck Soundtrack, The Wolverine César Franck, a French composer best known for his massive Symphony and enchanting three chorales for organ, which he wrote during the last month of his life after being hit by a horse-omnibus. He was born César-Auguste Franck on December 10, 1822 in Liege, Belgium. He studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Liege before going to the Paris Conservatoire in 1835...
7. Jean-Michel Charlier Jean-Michel Charlier Writer, The Aeronauts
8. Stanislas-André Steeman Stanislas-André Steeman Writer, L'assassin habite... au 21
9. Jo Rensonnet Jo Rensonnet Actor, Des plumes dans la tête
10. Henriette Brenu Henriette Brenu Actress, À vos ordres Ernestine
11. Justine Henin Justine Henin Self, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
12. Daniel Henry Daniel Henry Editor, Ferdinando: The Movie Daniel Henry graduated from HEC-Liege. He started working as a teacher while being involved with several theater companies. His debut as a director was in 1987. He joined Le Moderne Theatre, a famous local company in 1990, where he directed over 20 plays in the course of 15 years. He started experimenting as a filmmaker in 2000 and moved to Los Angeles in 2005 to pursue his career.
13. Christophe Brandt Christophe Brandt Self, Tour de France 2008
13 names.