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Anouk Aimée
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Anouk Aimée

Actress, Voice, Participant

Represented by : Time Art

Agent : Sébastien Perrolat

    Filmography (60)

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    INTERNATIONAL CAREER:
    1988 – Arrivederci e grazie – Dir: G. Capitani (Italy);
    1981 – La Tragedia di un uomo ridicolo – Dir: B. Bertolluci (Italy);
    1969 – The Appointment – Dir: S. Lumet (USA);
    1966 – Lo Scandalo – Dir: A. Gobbi (Italy);
    1965 – Le Stagioni del nostro amore – Dir: F. Vancini (Italy);
    1964 – La Fuga – Dir: P. Spinola (Italy);
    1964 – Liolà – Dir: A. Blasetti (Italy/Spain);
    1962 – Il Giorno piu corto – Dir: S. Corbucci (Italy);
    1959 – The Journey – Dir: A. Litvak (USA);
    1957 – Stresemann – Dir: A. Braun (West Germany);
    1956 – Nina – Dir: R. Jugert (West Germany);
    1955 – Nuit d’orage – Dir: J. de Mayora & M. Jauniaux (Spain/Belgium);
    1955 – Contrabando – Dir: L. Huntington & J. Salvador (Spain/UK);
    1953 – The Man Who Watched the Trains Go By – Dir: H. French (UK/USA);
    1953 – Ich suche dich – Dir: O.W. Fischer (West Germany);
    1950 – Golden Salamander – Dir: R. Neame (UK)

    TV:
    2002 – Napoléon – Dir: Y. Simoneau;
    2001 – L’Île bleue – Dir: N. Trintignant;
    2000 – Victoire, ou la douleur des femmes – Dir: N. Trintignant;
    1997 – Solomon – Dir: R. Young (UK/Czeck Rep./France/Italy/Germany);
    1993 – Des voix dans le jardin – Dir: P. Boutron;
    1989 – Mon dernier rêve sera pour vous – Dir: R. Mazoyer;
    1980 – Une page d’amour – Dir: E. Chouraqui;
    1961 – Hors jeu – Dir: M. Cazeneuve;
    1953 – Adrienne Mesurat – Dir: M. L’Herbier

    TV SERIES:
    1988– Piazza Navona “Fernanda” – Dir: R. Tognazzi (Italy);
    1953 – Douglas Faibanks, Jr. Presents “Happy Birthday” (USA)

    THEATRE:
    2005 – Love Letters by A. Ramsdell Gurney (Dir: S. Dumas)