May 19, 1922
Dora Doll (born 19 May 1922) is a French actress. She was born Dorothea Feinberg in Berlin.
One of her first screen appearances was as Juliette in Henri-Georges Clouzot's Manon (1949). She appeared as Lola in Jacques Becker's Touchez pas au grisbi (1954) and as Genisse in Jean Renoir's French Cancan (1955). In 1976 she appeared on television in the 1976 series Hôtel Baltimore in the role of Suzy. In 1977, she appeared in "Julia" with Fred Zinnemann directing. Dora Doll played the role of the woman passenger accompanying Lillian Hellman (Jane Fonda) as Lily smuggled $50,000 through Nazi Germany for her friend Julia (Vanessa Redgrave). In 1982, she played in Ettore Scolas That Night in Varennes. In the late-1990s she played the grandmother Louise Chantreuil in TV Series Tide of Life.
She has been married twice. Her first husband was the actor Raymond Pellegrin and they had a daughter, Danielle. She was later married to François Deguelt. In 1993 Dora Doll was awarded the Prix "Reconnaissance des cinéphiles" from Puget-Théniers in honour of her life's work. She was made Knight of France's National Order of Merit in 2000.
- Bed for Two; Rendezvous with Luck (1950)
- The Red Rose (1951)
- La Passante (1951)
- The Lady from Boston (1951)
- Dans la vie tout s'arrange (1952)
- Les Impures (1954)
- The Young Lions (1958)
- Any Number Can Win (1963)
- Une souris chez les hommes (1964)
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