Béatrice Altariba (born 18 June 1939) is a French actress who was active between 1956 and 1969.
Born in Marseille, she is the niece of symbolist poet Paul Fort. She started her career in revues and musical theatre, then she made her film debut at 17. Altariba was also active in Italian cinema. Her last French television appearance was in the first episode of the TV series The Aeronauts in 1967.
- Women's Club (1956)
- Pardonnez nos offenses (1956)
- Le Triporteur (1957)
- Les Misérables (1958)
- Be Beautiful But Shut Up (1958)
- Eyes Without a Face (1960)
- Monsieur Robinson Crusoe (1960)
- A Man Named Rocca (1961)
- Behind Closed Doors (1961)
- Crazy Desire (1962)
- The Seventh Sword (1962)
- Totò Diabolicus (1962)
- The Young Racers (1963)
- The Four Musketeers' (1963)
- On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts (1964)
- The Gorillas (1964)
- Su e giù (1965)
- Agent 3S3: Passport to Hell (1965)
- Caroline Chérie (1968)
- Cemetery Without Crosses (1969)
- Le Film Complet, n° 591, 15 November 1956.
- Elle - Spécial cinéma, 6 August 1956.
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