Artist Françoise Dorléac

Françoise Dorléac (crédit photo Boris Carmi / National Library of Israel / Wiki Commons)

Françoise Dorléac is a French actress born in 1942 and died in 1967. She was the sister of Catherine Deneuve.

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    Françoise Dorléac began her career as a dubbing actress thanks to her father, an artistic director in this field.

    In addition to modeling for Christian Dior, she played in her first film Les loups dans la bergerie. But it was in 1964 that she reached popularity with her role in L’homme de Rio by Philippe de Broca.

    Then came La peau douce, Cul-de-sac, Genghis Khan and Les demoiselles de Rochefort where she shares the poster with her sister Catherine Deneuve.

    While she must view the English version of this film, she was killed in a car accident near Villeneuve-Loubet.

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