Véra Clouzot (1913–1960)

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Véra Gibson-Amado, known professionally as Véra Clouzot, was a Brazilian-French actress. In 1941, Véra met French actor Léo Lapara, a member of the theater company of Louis Jouvet, who toured in Brazil during World War II. Vera married the actor, taking part in the company's South American tour that lasted almost four years. After World War II, ... See full bio »


(age 46) in Paris, France

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Known For

Diabolique Christina Delassalle
The Spies Lucie
La Vérité Writer


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 1957 The Spies
 1955 Diabolique
Christina Delassalle (as Vera Clouzot)
 1953 The Wages of Fear
Linda (as Vera Clouzot)
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 1960 La Vérité (scenario)
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 1950 Brasil (Documentary short)
 1950 Le voyage en Brésil (Short)
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 2017 Le scandale Clouzot (TV Movie documentary)
Christina Delassalle / Linda / Lucie
 1998 ... y otras mujeres de armas tomar (TV Short documentary)

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Alternate Names:

Vera Clouzot


Henri-Georges Clouzot  (her death) | See more »

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Daughter of Alice do Rego Barros and Gilberto Amado (1887-1969), one of Brazil's most notorious political figures, congressman, writer, journalist and lawyer, ex-President of the United Nations' International Law Committee, and who, in 1915, shot to death fellow writer and poet Aníbal Teóphilo in an official ceremony at the Jornal do Commercio for disagreeing with his opinions on literature (... See more »

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