21 March 1942|
|Died||26 June 1967
Françoise Dorléac (21 March 1942 – 26 June 1967) was a French actress. She was the daughter of screen actor Maurice Dorléac and Renée Deneuve, and the elder sister of Catherine Deneuve. The two sisters starred together in the 1967 musical, The Young Girls of Rochefort. Her other films include Philippe de Broca's movie L'Homme de Rio, François Truffaut's La Peau douce, Roman Polanski's Cul-de-sac and Val Guest's Where the Spies Are.
Dorléac was born in Paris.
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Dorléac died in 1967 when she lost control of the rented Renault 10 she was driving and hit a signpost ten kilometers from Nice at the Villeneuve-Loubet exit of the highway La Provençale. The car flipped over, and burst into flames. She had been en route to Nice airport and was afraid of missing her flight. Dorléac was seen struggling to get out of the car, but was unable to open the door. Police later identified her body only from the fragment of a cheque book, a diary and her driver's licence.
- Les Loups dans la bergerie (1960)
- Les portes claquent (1960) together with her sister Catherine Deneuve
- Ce soir ou jamais (1960)
- Tout l'or du monde (1961)
- La Fille aux yeux d'or (1961)
- La Gamberge (1962)
- Arsène Lupin contre Arsène Lupin (1962)
- L'Homme de Rio (1964)
- La Peau douce (1964)
- La Ronde (1964)
- Genghis Khan (1965)
- Where the Spies Are (1965)
- Cul-de-sac (1966)
- The Young Girls of Rochefort (1967) also with Deneuve
- Billion Dollar Brain (1967)
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