French actresses who deceased at age 78

Here are 7 famous actresses from France died at 78:

Sarah Bernhardt

Sarah Bernhardt (October 22, 1844 Paris-March 26, 1923 Paris) also known as Henriette Rosine Bernard, Madame Sarah Bernhardt, Rosine Bernardt, The Divine Sarah, La divine Sarah, Henriette-Rosine Bernard, la voix d'or, Bernhardt or Sarah was a French actor. She had one child, Maurice Bernhardt.

She died caused by uremia.

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Lya Lys

Lya Lys (May 8, 1908 Berlin-June 2, 1986 Newport Beach) also known as Natalia Lyecht, Natalie Löscht, Natalie Margulis or Nathalie Margoulis was a French actor. She had one child, Joyce Wells.

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Isabelle Collin Dufresne

Isabelle Collin Dufresne (September 6, 1935 La Tronche-June 14, 2014 Manhattan) also known as Isabelle Collin Dufresne, Isabelle Dufresne or Ultra Violet was a French actor and author.

She died caused by cancer.

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Jackie Sardou

Jackie Sardou (April 7, 1919 Paris-April 2, 1998 Paris) a.k.a. Jacqueline Labbé, Jackie Rollin, Jackie Rollin Sardou, Jacky Sardou, Jackie Rollin-Sardou or Jacky Rollin was a French actor. She had one child, Michel Sardou.

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Christine Carère

Christine Carère (July 27, 1930 Dijon-December 13, 2008 Fréjus) a.k.a. Christiane Elisabeth Jeanne Marie Pelleterat de Borde, Christine Carrère or Christine Carere was a French actor, writer and screenwriter.

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Véronique Silver

Véronique Silver (September 2, 1931 Amiens-July 24, 2010 Paris) also known as Louise Isabelle Maria Puret or Véronique Virlogeux was a French actor.

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Andréa Parisy

Andréa Parisy (December 4, 1935 Levallois-Perret-April 27, 2014 France) also known as Andrée Parizy, Andrée Marcelle Henriette Parisy, Andrea Parisy, Andrée Pariz or Andrée Marcelle Henriette Parizy was a French actor.

She died as a result of disease.

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