Françoise Rosay (1891–1974)

Actress | Writer | Assistant Director

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  • Françoise Rosay in Pension Mimosas (1935)
  • Françoise Rosay in Interlude (1957)
  • Peggy Ashcroft, Elisabeth Bergner, Lil Dagover, Johanna Hofer, and Françoise Rosay in The Pedestrian (1973)
  • Ralph Bellamy, Tyler Brooke, Ruth Chatterton, Sam Hardy, and Françoise Rosay in The Magnificent Lie (1931)
  • June Allyson, Rossano Brazzi, and Françoise Rosay in Interlude (1957)
  • Françoise Rosay and Tom Walls in Johnny Frenchman (1945)

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Trivia

Her first recorded film was Falstaff in 1911, and she began to work in Hollywood from 1929 onwards.


Trademark

Often played stern, authoritarian family matriarchs who adopted extreme measures for her family's sake, usually to nefarious consequences


Star Sign

Aries

Personal Details

Born

Françoise Bandy de Nalèche

Paris, France

Died

(age 82)
Montgeron, Essonne, France


Height:

5' 10½" (1.79 m)

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