Jean-Paul Belmondo
(Movies & TV)
Francois Truffaut
(Movies & TV)
Alain Delon
(Movies & TV)
Massimo Girotti
(Movies & TV)
Maurice Druon
Ingrid Bergman
(Movies & TV)
Orson Welles
(Movies & TV)

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Jeanne Moreau

Knowledge Identifier: +Jeanne_Moreau


Jeanne Moreau

French actress, singer, screenwriter and director add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1928.

Countries: France (50%), United States (24%), Italy (8%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Francois Truffaut, Alain Delon

Linked to: Comedie-Francaise, Conservatoire de Paris




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Jeanne Moreau was born in 1928 add something


In 1947, Moreau made her theatrical debut at the Avignon Festival add something


Moreau made her theatrical debut in 1947, and established herself as one of the leading actresses of the Comédie-Française add something


From the late 1950s, after appearing in several successful films, she began to work with the emerging generation of French film-makers add something


Albert Schweitzer - His life was portrayed in the 1952 movie "Il est minuit, Docteur Schweitzer", starring Pierre Fresnay as Albert Schweitzer and Jeanne Moreau as his nurse Marie


Touchez pas au grisbi - "'Touchez pas au grisbi"' is a 1954 French crime film directed by Jacques Becker and starring Jean Gabin, Jeanne Moreau, Lino_Ventura, Dora Doll, Delia Scala, René Dary, and Miss America 1946, Marilyn Buferd


Mark Shaw (photographer) - For example, in 1957 Shaw portrayed fashion designer Coco Chanel, actress Jeanne Moreau, and model Suzy Parker during a single shoot in Chanel's Paris apartment and fashion house


Charles Denner - Two years later, in 1957, he secured another secondary role in Louis Malle's legendary "Elevator to the Gallows", next to Jeanne Moreau, a co-performer of his from the days of the TNP; however, it was not until 1963 that Denner was offered his first leading role by Claude Chabrol in "Landru", a film considered by many as his greatest on-screen performance


Most prolific during the 1960s, Moreau continues to appear in films to the present day add something


Elek Bacsik - He worked in Paris in the early 1960s and recorded with some well known French musicians such as Jeanne Moreau, Serge_Gainsbourg and Claude Nougaro as well as making solo albums


Moderato Cantabile - The novel was filmed in 1960 by Peter Brook, and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jeanne Moreau


Francois Truffaut - In 1962, Truffaut directed his third movie, Jules and Jim, a romantic drama starring Jeanne Moreau.


Banana Peel - "'Banana Peel"' is a 1963 French film starring Jeanne Moreau and Jean Paul Belmondo


Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume - The museum's war episode was depicted in John Frankenheimer's 1964 film "The Train", starring Burt Lancaster and Jeanne Moreau


Director Tony Richardson left his wife, Vanessa Redgrave, for her in 1967, but they never married add something


Vanessa Redgrave - She met Franco while filming "Camelot" in 1967, the year she divorced her husband Tony Richardson, who left her for the French actress Jeanne Moreau


Orson Welles - Released in 1968, it stars Jeanne Moreau, Roger_Coggio and Norman Eshley.


Henri Langlois - In 1970, an English language documentary "Henri Langlois" was made about his life's work, featuring interviews with Ingrid Bergman, Lillian Gish, François Truffaut, Catherine Deneuve, Jeanne Moreau and others


Maurice Druon - The novels were adapted for French television in 1972, gaining a wider audience through overseas sales, and again in 2005, starring Jeanne Moreau


Guy Gilles - His romantic relationship with Jeanne Moreau seemed to inspire the movie "Absences répétées" which received the Prix Jean-Vigo in 1973


Massimo Girotti - Some of the films he appeared in have been notable, including Joseph Losey's "Monsieur Klein" with Alain Delon and Jeanne Moreau, the 1985 television miniseries "Quo Vadis-", Roberto Benigni's "Il mostro"


In 1983, she was head of the jury at the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival add something


Her blended accomplishments were the subject of a 1988 film profile, "Calling The Shots", by Janis Cole and Holly Dale add something


Bob Swaim - In the 1990s, it became obvious to many in the French film industry that one of the industry's biggest problems was the lack of qualified screenwriters so in 1993, Swaim joined the Association Équinoxe, a screen writing workshop, founded by Jeanne Moreau


Sherry Lansing - Lansing married Academy *award winning director William Friedkin on July 6, 1991; he had previously been married to French film star Jeanne Moreau


Vanessa Paradis - In 1997, Paradis played in "Un amour de sorcière" with Jeanne Moreau and Jean Reno, before filming "Une chance sur deux", with Alain Delon and Jean-Paul Belmondo


Moreau is a close friend of Sharon Stone, who presented a 1998 American Academy of Motion Pictures life tribute to Moreau add something


The Deep (unfinished film) - Though the production was deeply troubled, many of the people involved have spoken highly of the film, including lead Jeanne Moreau, who in 2000 looked back on the film as "a fantastic experience" and noting that "the only disastrous thing was that later on, the film disappeared


In 2005 she was awarded with the Stanislavsky award at the 27th Moscow International Film Festival add something


Claudia Cardinale - In 2012, Cardinale featured opposite Jeanne Moreau and Michael Lonsdale in the final feature film to be directed by Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira, "Gebo and the Shadow"


Moreau died on 31 July 2017, at the age of 89 add something


Gebo and the Shadow - It was the final feature film directed by de Oliveira, who was 104 years of age when the film was released, and the last film appearance of Jeanne Moreau before her death in July 31, 2017