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Lily Fayol (1914–1999)

Lily Fayol was born on June 12, 1914 in Allevard, Isère, France as Odette Simone Clara Fayolle. She was an actress, known for The Tour of the Grand Dukes (1953), Marlène (1949) and Le guignolo (1980). She was married to Maurice Roux. She died on May 15, 1999 in Saint-Raphaël, Var, France. See full bio »

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Marlène Suzy
Le guignolo La Schwartz


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 1992 Un beau petit milliard (TV Movie)
 1985 Hôtel de police (TV Series)
- L'abonné des PTT (1985) ... Mauricette
 1982 Le voyageur imprudent (TV Movie)
 1981 Médecins de nuit (TV Series)
Eulalie de Sabert
- La pension Michel (1981) ... Eulalie de Sabert
 1980 Le guignolo
La Schwartz
 1979 The Other One's Mug
La mère de Gisèle / Gisele's mother
 1978 Aurélien (TV Movie)
Marthe Ambérieux
 1977 At Night All Cats Are Crazy
La veuve joyeuse
 1976 Les cinq dernières minutes (TV Series)
Emilie Bordebure
- Les petits d'une autre planète (1976) ... Emilie Bordebure
 1953 The Tour of the Grand Dukes
Une chanteuse
 1950 Chanson sur mesure (Short)
 1949 Marlène
 1946 Boîte de nuit (Short)
 1946 Mr. Gregoire Runs Away
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 1982 La croisée des chansons (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Cabaret de Paris (1982) ... (performer: "Le Gros Bill", "Le Régiment des Mandolines")
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 1982 La croisée des chansons (TV Series)
- Cabaret de Paris (1982) ... Herself
 1969 Musicolor (TV Series)
Herself (1970)
 1954 La joie de vivre (TV Series)
- Marcel Merkès (1954) ... Herself

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She sang the French songs "Le Régiment des Mandolines" (1946) and "Le Chapeau à Plumes" (1947) which were written by Henri Betti (music) and Maurice Vandair (lyrics).

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