Geneviève Page (born Geneviève Bonjean, 13 December 1927, in Paris) is a leading French actress with a film career spanning fifty years. She is the daughter of Jacques Paul Bonjean (1899–1990), a well known French art-collector.
Her film début was in Pas de pitié pour les femmes (1951) followed by Fanfan la Tulipe (1952) in which she played Madame de Pompadour, alongside Gérard Philipe and Gina Lollobrigida. Since then, she has appeared in French, Italian, British and American films. She co-starred with Robert Mitchum and Ingrid Thulin in Foreign Intrigue (1956), Dirk Bogarde and Capucine in Song Without End (1960), Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren in El Cid (1961), and was seen in Grand Prix (1966) with James Garner and Belle de Jour (1967) with Catherine Deneuve. In 1968, she appeared with Deneuve again when she played Countess Larisch in Mayerling. In 1970, Billy Wilder cast her as the mysterious villain in his The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes. She appeared in Robert Altman's Beyond Therapy (1987) and continued to act until 2003.
Page has been married to Jean-Claude Bujard since 1959 and they have two children.
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