Nicole Berger

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Nicole Berger (born Nicole Gouspeyre,[1] 12 June 1934[2] – 13 April 1967) was a French actress.

Biography[edit]

Berger was born in Paris. She had a brief theatrical career, particularly in the Compagnie Barrault-Renaud, before starting to film. Claude Autant-Lara gave her her first real chance in 1954, giving her one of the three leading roles in Le Blé en herbe. She went on to perform on film from 1956 to 1963, then had a gap for two years during which she only performed in one full-length film. She then turned to television, playing the protagonist of the leading soap Cecilia.

She was killed in a car crash in Eure when she was thrown from a car driven by Dany Dauberson.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Theatre[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Le Vrai Nom des stars de Michel Bracquart - M.A. Editions - 1989
  2. ^ http://www.lesgensducinema.com/affiche_acteur.php?mots=nicole+berger&nom_acteur=BERGER%20Nicole&ident=4845&debut=0&record=0 LES GENS DU CINEMA ©
  3. ^ Colassin, Celine. "699: DANY DAUBERSON". d'autres étoiles filantes. Retrieved 27 July 2015.