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1. Michèle Mercier Michèle Mercier Actress, Black Sabbath For Michèle Mercier, the role of Angélique, "the Marquise of the Angels", was both a blessing and a curse. It catapulted her to almost instant stardom, rivalling Brigitte Bardot in her celebrity and popularity, but ruined her acting career. The character of Angélique made to forget the other aspects of the career of Mercier...
2. Mylène Demongeot Mylène Demongeot Actress, Fantomas Mylène Demongeot, one of the blond sex symbols of French cinema during the 1950s and 1960s, managed to overcome typecasting and survived a long hiatus before a stellar comeback in her 70s. She appeared in more than 70 films, including such classics as the Fantomas trilogy. She was born Marie-Helene Demongeot on September 29...
3. Joanna Miles Joanna Miles Actress, All My Children Joanna Miles, the Emmy Award-winning American actress, was born on March 6, 1940 in Nice, France to expatriate American abstract painter Jeanne Miles and French painter-museum curator Johannes Schiefer. Escaping the war, she was relocated to the United States in 1941. She graduated from the progressive Putney School in 1958...
4. Linda Bella Linda Bella Actress, Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust
5. Maurice Ronet Maurice Ronet Actor, Elevator to the Gallows
6. Vivienne Jolie-Pitt Vivienne Jolie-Pitt Actress, Maleficent
7. Florence Guérin Florence Guérin Actress, La bonne
8. Michael Sinterniklaas Michael Sinterniklaas Actor, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
9. Bertrand Bonello Bertrand Bonello Director, Saint Laurent
10. Michèle Laroque Michèle Laroque Actress, Ma Vie en Rose
11. Keana Marie Keana Marie Actress, Replicant
12. Jacqueline Sassard Jacqueline Sassard Actress, Accident
13. Jean-Pierre Mocky Jean-Pierre Mocky Director, Myster Mocky présente As an actor he became popular as Albert de Morcerf in a version of The Count of Monte Cristo, fame and adulation followed with his Francois in Head Against the Wall. As a director he became famous with anarcho-pictures, brilliant cynic comedies. His preferred actors in all decades were Michel Serrault and Jean Poiret - till the late 80s they were his leading stars...
14. Georges Lautner Georges Lautner Director, The Professional
15. Marc Duret Marc Duret Actor, La Femme Nikita
16. Ketti Gallian Ketti Gallian Actress, Shall We Dance
17. Francis Lai Francis Lai Composer, Stranger Than Fiction
18. José Eber José Eber Self, The Big Tease For more than four decades, José Eber, arguably the most recognized name in hair styling, has been in the vanguard of beauty. Since the very beginning of his career, José has set the trends. He created the most influential looks of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s: something no one else has ever accomplished...
19. Amin Mahdavi Amin Mahdavi Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Half Moon
20. Joann Sfar Joann Sfar Director, Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life
21. Yann Gonzalez Yann Gonzalez Writer, Les rencontres d'après minuit
22. Henri Betti Henri Betti Soundtrack, The Wolf of Wall Street Henri Betti was born at 1 rue Barillerie in the district of "Vieux-Nice" in a modest family : his father Pierre Betti (1892-1971) was a house painter and his mother Madeleine Suaut (1889-1975) was a fishmonger. His paternal family originates from the region of Emilia-Romagna in Italy : his grandfather...
23. Philippe Léotard Philippe Léotard Actor, French Connection II
24. Laurent Perez Del Mar Laurent Perez Del Mar Composer, La tortue rouge
25. Pierre Galante Pierre Galante Writer, Freedom Fighter
26. Vladimir Roudenko Vladimir Roudenko Actor, Napoleon
27. Raymond Pellegrin Raymond Pellegrin Actor, Châteauvallon
28. Edmond T. Gréville Edmond T. Gréville Director, The Hands of Orlac
29. Raphaël Benoliel Raphaël Benoliel Producer, Les Misérables
30. Olivier Sitruk Olivier Sitruk Actor, Fresh Bait
31. Sophie Duez Sophie Duez Actress, Marche à l'ombre
32. Nadine Trintignant Nadine Trintignant Director, Le voleur de crimes
33. Nike Arrighi Nike Arrighi Actress, Day for Night
34. Jenifer Bartoli Jenifer Bartoli Self, The Voice
35. Alfredo Rizzo Alfredo Rizzo Actor, Roman Holiday
36. Vera Talchi Vera Talchi Actress, The Little World of Don Camillo
37. Maeva Excel Maeva Excel Actress, Alexia and Co. Maeva Excel was born in 1972 in Nice, France. She worked as an actress for a French adult-film company, John Root Co., until 1998. Among her better known films are _Les infirmiÃfff¨res sont des chaudasses (1993)_, _Pénétrations profondes à base de vaseline (1996)_, "J'essai donc je vie" (1997) and "Enculerie entre amant" (1998)...
38. Florence Jaugey Florence Jaugey Director, La Yuma
39. René Lefèvre René Lefèvre Actor, Le Doulos
40. Nina Borget Nina Borget Actress, To Catch a Thief
41. Arthur Dulac Arthur Dulac Actor, Casablanca
42. Jules Bianchi Jules Bianchi Self, Formula 1: BBC Sport
43. Masumi Okada Masumi Okada Actor, Izo Masumi Okada was an eminent and popular Tokyo-based professional actor, singer, stand-up comedian, emcee, host-presenter and film producer. Also known by his nickname, "Fanfan", he was born in Nice, France, to a Japanese father who was an artist, and a Danish mother, Ingeborg. Masumi Okada was the younger of two sons; his older brother...
44. Benjamin Viertel Benjamin Viertel Director, [Blank] My Life
45. Surya Bonaly Surya Bonaly Self, Ice Wars 9
46. Raymond Asso Raymond Asso Soundtrack, Legionnaire
47. Mario Mercier Mario Mercier Director, A Woman Possessed
48. Priscilla Betti Priscilla Betti Actress, Chante! Priscilla Betti is a French singer and actress. In 1999, Priscilla provided the voiceover of the character Annie French musical film Annie by Rob Marshall. When she was only eleven years old, when he visited the show "Drôles de petits champions" February 23, 2001, on "TF1", she was spotted by the producer of American society "Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer"...
49. Suzanne Baron Suzanne Baron Editor, The Tin Drum
50. Zénaïde Rossi Zénaïde Rossi Actress, Day for Night
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