Rose-Marie Cizos, stage name Rose Chéri, (27 October 1824 in Étampes – 22 September 1861 in Passy) was a French actress. She was the elder sister of the actress Anna Chéri (also called Chéri Lesueur) and of the composer and conductor Victor Chéri. After her marriage to Adolphe Lemoine (stage name Montigny, and director of the Théâtre du Gymnase), she took the name Chéri Montigny.
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- Clarisse Harlowe, drama in 3 acts mixed with song of Samuel Richardson, adapted by Dumanoir and Clairville, 5 août 1846
- La Niaise de Saint-Flour, comédie-vaudeville in one act, by Jean-François Bayard and Gustave Lemoine, Théâtre du Gymnase, 19 juin 1848
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