|Died||28 July 2014 (aged 103)|
|Resting place||Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)|
Lebon studied music and art before going into acting. During World War II, she was the mistress of Jean Luchaire, a French journalist and politician. After moving to the United States, she married American producer Nathan Wachsberger [fr].
- 1931: Rive gauche
- He Is Charming (1932)
- 1934: Zouzou, as Clare Valley
- Divine (1935)
- Marinella (1936)
- Michel Strogoff (1936)
- 1938: Abused Confidence, as Alice
- 1938: Gibraltar, as Maud Wilco
- 1941: Romance de Paris
- 1942: Le Destin fabuleux de Désirée Clary, as Julie Clary
- Pamela (1945)
- 1952: Il Boia di Lilla, as Milady Anne
- The Night They Killed Rasputin (1960)
- 1966: Agent X-77 Orders to Kill
- 1970: Cannabis, as Emerys Mätresse 
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