French actors died because of Lymphoma

Here are 3 famous actors from France died in Lymphoma:

Roger Vadim

Roger Vadim (January 26, 1928 Paris-February 11, 2000 Paris) also known as Roger Vladimir Plemiannikov, R. Vadim, Vadim or Roger Vladimir Igorevich Plemyannikov was a French film director, actor, screenwriter, film producer, journalist, author and television director. He had four children, Christian Vadim, Nathalie Vadim, Vanessa Vadim and Vania Plemiannikov.

Vadim gained fame in the 1950s with his film "And God Created Woman" which starred his then-wife, Brigitte Bardot. He went on to direct several other films including "Blood and Roses", "Barbarella" and "Pretty Maids All in a Row". Vadim was known for his controversial films that pushed the boundaries of sexuality and sensuality in mainstream cinema. Aside from his film career, he was also a well-respected journalist and author, writing for publications such as Playboy and L'Express. Vadim was married five times and had a string of notable relationships with women such as Annette Stroyberg, Catherine Deneuve, and Jane Fonda. Despite his success in the film industry, Vadim's personal life was riddled with scandal and controversy, including accusations of sexual misconduct. He died in Paris in 2000 at the age of 72.

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Louis Malle

Louis Malle (October 30, 1932 Thumeries-November 23, 1995 Beverly Hills) was a French film director, film producer, screenwriter, cinematographer and actor. His children are called Manuel Cuotemoc Malle, Chloe Malle and Justine Malle.

Louis Malle began his career as an assistant director to the famous French filmmaker Robert Bresson. He gained fame with his first feature film, "Elevator to the Gallows," which was released in 1958. The film was hailed for its atmospheric quality and depiction of existential themes.

Malle was known for his love of experimentation and for pushing the boundaries of film in terms of style and content. He tackled controversial subjects such as incest and the Holocaust in his films "The Lovers" and "Au revoir les enfants," respectively.

Throughout his career, Malle received numerous accolades for his work, including an Academy Award nomination for Best Director for "Atlantic City." He was also the recipient of the Berlin International Film Festival's Golden Bear award for lifetime achievement.

Malle was married several times but his long-time partner and wife was the American actress Candice Bergen. They had a daughter together named Chloe Malle. Malle died at the age of 63 from lymphoma in Beverly Hills, California.

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Pierre Mondy

Pierre Mondy (February 10, 1925 Neuilly-sur-Seine-September 15, 2012 Paris) a.k.a. Pierre Cuq was a French actor, television director, theatre director and writer. His children are called Laurent Mondy and Anne Mondy.

Mondy began his acting career in 1949 and went on to appear in over 70 films, including "La Bonne Tisane" and "Maria-Chapdelaine". He also made a name for himself on French television, starring in popular shows like "Les Cinq Dernières Minutes" and "Les Cordier, juge et flic". In addition to his acting work, Mondy also served as a television director and a theater director, directing plays such as "Le Passe-Muraille" and "La Cage aux Folles". He was also a successful writer, penning several books including a memoir titled "Je suis né à Neuilly-sur-Seine". Mondy was a beloved figure in French entertainment and was awarded the Legion of Honour in 1999 for his contributions to the arts.

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