Romain Gary
John Gilmore (writer)
Brigitte Bardot
(Movies & TV)
Carlos Fuentes
Irish McCalla
(Movies & TV)
Lee Marvin
(Movies & TV)

See also

Jean Seberg

Knowledge Identifier: +Jean_Seberg


Jean Seberg

American actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1938.

Countries: United States (55%), France (14%), Iowa (7%)

Main connections: Romain Gary, John Gilmore (writer), Brigitte Bardot

Linked to: Black Panther Party, Newsweek, Renault, Time




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Jean Seberg was born in 1938 add something


Hurt was born in Marshalltown, Iowa, in 1948, attended the same high school as Seberg, and Seberg had been her babysitter add something


Brigitte Bardot - In the late 1950s she shared an exchange which was called "la croisée de deux sillages" with actor and true-crime author John Gilmore, an actor in France who was working on a New Wave film with Jean Seberg


Seberg married François Moreuil, a French movie director who directed her in "La récréation", in 1958; they divorced in 1960 add something


Jean-Luc Godard - Most of all, the choice of Jean Seberg as the lead actress was an overarching reference to Otto Preminger, who had discovered her for his "Saint Joan," and cast her in his acidulous 1958 adaptation of "Bonjour Tristesse"


Her victimization was rendered as a well-documented retaliation for her support of civil rights and activist groups in the 1960s add something


In 1961, Seberg took on the lead role in her husband François Moreuil's debut film, "La recréation" add something


Their only child together, Alexandre Diego Gary, was born in Barcelona on July 24, 1962 before their wedding ; for this, Diego's birth and first years of life were hidden from even Gary's closest friends and relatives add something


Romain Gary - From 1962 to 1970, Gary was married to American actress Jean Seberg, with whom he had a son, Alexandre Diego Gary


In 1963, she married French novelist and diplomat Romain Gary, who was 24 years her senior and was previously married add something


Thanks to his contacts in the diplomatics services, Gary established Diego's birth at the French village of Charquemont on October 26, 1963, after his parents' marriage add something


In 1969, she appeared in her first and only musical film, "Paint Your Wagon", based on Lerner and Loewe's stage musical, and co-starring Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood add something


Gary claimed that Seberg "became psychotic" after the media reported a false story that the FBI planted about her becoming pregnant with a Black Panther's child in 1970 add something


In 1970, the FBI created the false story from a San Francisco-based informant, that the child Seberg was carrying was not fathered by her husband Romain Gary, but by a member of the Black Panther Party, Raymond Hewitt add something


Seberg remained busy during the 1970s, but only in European films add something


Seberg went into premature labor and, on August 23, 1970, she gave birth to a 4lb baby girl add something


In 1972, she married film director Dennis Berry add something


Nico - She appeared in the Garrel films "Anathor" ; the silent Jean Seberg feature "Les Hautes Solitudes", released in 1974; "Un ange passe" ; "Le Berceau de cristal" , starring Pierre Clémenti, Nico and Anita Pallenberg; and "Voyage au jardin des morts"


In 1979, Seberg had "a form of marriage" to Ahmed Hasni while separated from her legally-wed husband add something

Jean Seberg died in 1979 add something


He claimed that she had attempted suicide in July 1979 by jumping in front of a Paris subway train add something


In late August 1979, Seberg disappeared add something


Newspaper reports after her death make clear Seberg was aware of the surveillance; in 1980, "The Los Angeles Times" published FBI logs of her Swiss wiretapped phone calls add something


In June 1980, Paris police filed charges against "persons unknown" in connection with Seberg's suicide add something


In December 1980, Seberg's former husband Romain Gary committed suicide add something


A musical, "Jean Seberg", by librettist Julian Barry, composer Marvin Hamlisch, and lyricist Christopher Adler, based on Seberg's life, was presented in 1983 at the National Theatre in London add something


Mexican author and diplomat Carlos Fuentes mirrored their short-termed alleged love story in his 1994 novel "Diana o La Cazadora Solitaria" add something


In 1995, a documentary of her life was made by Mark Rappaport, titled "From the Journals of Jean Seberg" add something


John Gilmore (writer) - In 1997, in "Laid Bare", his first book of memoirs, Gilmore recounts his associations beginning in the 1950s and through the 1960s with Hank Williams, Janis Joplin, Jack Nicholson, Jane Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Brigitte Bardot, Jean Seberg, Steve_McQueen, Irish McCalla, Jayne Mansfield, and other personalities


The short 2000 film "Je t'aime John Wayne" is a tribute parody of "Breathless", with Camilla Rutherford playing Seberg's role add something


In 2004, the French author Alain Absire published "Jean S.", a fictionalized biography add something


Seberg is mentioned in the title track of the Divine Comedy's 2004 album, "Absent Friends", where the singer describes how she "seemed so full of life, but in those eyes, such troubled dreams", an apparent reference to Seberg's death add something


In 2011, filming began in New York City on a biopic tentatively titled, "Jean", starring artist and heiress Daphne Guinness as Jean Seberg add something


Since 2011, Seberg's hometown of Marshalltown, Iowa began holding an annual Jean Seberg International Film Festival add something


In 2018, a film "Against All Enemies" was in production, starring American actress Kristen Stewart which addressed the persecution of Seberg by the FBI Cointelpro program add something


Benedict Andrews - In March 2018, it was announced that Andrews will direct "Against All Enemies", a political thriller that tells the true story of the attempts made by the FBI to discredit actress Jean Seberg through its COINTELPRO program in response to her support of the Black Panther Party