Jacqueline Sassard

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Jacqueline Sassard
Jacqueline Sassard in Estate violenta (cropped).jpg
Jacqueline Sassard in Estate violenta (1959).
Born (1940-03-13) March 13, 1940 (age 74)
Nice, France
Occupation Actress
Years active 1956-1968

Jacqueline Sassard (born 13 March 1940, Nice, France) is an actress best known for appearances in Italian films such as Guendalina directed by Alberto Lattuada, a young woman with family and economical troubles in Luigi Zampa's Il Magistrato and Valerio Zurlini's Violent Summer (1959), in which her character was left by Jean Louis Trintignant.

Other films were Three Murderesses (1959), and British Joseph Losey's Accident, with a script by Harold Pinter (1967), where she played an Austrian princess. Her last credited screen appearance is Les Biches (1968), directed by Claude Chabrol.

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