French actresses who were born in 1960

Here are 12 famous actresses from France were born in 1960:

Camille de Casabianca

Camille de Casabianca (October 31, 1960 Paris-) is a French screenwriter, actor and film director.

She studied drama and cinema at the Sorbonne University and began her career as an actor in theater productions. She later moved on to screenwriting and directed her first short film in 1992. In 2003, she directed her first full-length feature film, "La Vie à rebours," which won critical acclaim and awards at several film festivals. She is known for her realistic portrayals of complex characters and her focus on social issues in her films. De Casabianca has also taught screenwriting and directing at several film schools in France. In addition to her work in film, she has also served as a cultural advisor to the French government.

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Anh Duong

Anh Duong (October 25, 1960 Bordeaux-) otherwise known as Ahn Duong is a French model, actor, artist and visual artist.

Anh Duong was born in Bordeaux, France to a Vietnamese mother and a French father. She began her career as a fashion model, working with renowned fashion houses like Yves Saint Laurent and Thierry Mugler. In the 1980s, she moved to New York City to pursue her modeling career and quickly became a fixture of the city's downtown scene.

In addition to modeling, Duong has also had success as an actor, appearing in films such as "The Image" (1990) and "The Perez Family" (1995). She has also made several television appearances, including roles on "Sex and the City" and "The Sopranos."

However, Duong's true passion is art. She has been creating visual art since the early 1990s, and her works have been exhibited in galleries around the world. Her style is often described as a blend of realism and expressionism, with a focus on the human form.

Duong is also known for her personal style, which is inspired by her mixed heritage and love of vintage clothing. She has been featured in numerous fashion magazines, and her unique sense of style has earned her a devoted following.

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Sonia Dronier

Sonia Dronier (October 7, 1960 Lorient-) a.k.a. Viktor Lazlo, Victor Laszlo, Victor Lazlo, V. Lazlo or Lazlo, Viktor is a French singer and actor.

She was born in Lorient, France, to a French mother and a Hungarian father. Dronier started singing at a young age and went on to study drama in Brussels. In 1983, she adopted the stage name Viktor Lazlo and released her debut album, "She". The album was a hit in Europe and included the popular single "Breathless".

Lazlo has since released several more albums and has also ventured into acting. She is known for her roles in the films "The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover" and "Joyeux Noël". In addition to her music and acting career, Lazlo has also hosted television shows in France and Belgium.

Throughout her career, Lazlo has been recognized for her contributions to French music and culture. She was awarded the Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters in 2011 and the Officer of the Order of the Crown in 2016.

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Michèle Laroque

Michèle Laroque (June 15, 1960 Nice-) also known as Michele Laroque is a French actor, comedian, humorist and screenwriter. She has one child, Oriane Deschamps.

Laroque began her career in the 1980s as a comedian and sketch artist, eventually transitioning to film and television. She has appeared in numerous French films including "Ma vie en rose," "Le placard," and "Brillantissime." Laroque has also written and directed several films, including "I Do" and "Brillantissime." She has received critical acclaim for her work, earning nominations for the César Award for Best Supporting Actress and Best First Feature Film. In addition to her acting and film career, Laroque is a supporter of several charities focused on improving the lives of women and children.

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Anne Parillaud

Anne Parillaud (May 6, 1960 Paris-) a.k.a. Anne Paurillaud-Jarre is a French actor. She has three children, Juliette Besson, Lou Allan and Theo Allan.

Parillaud is best known for her role as Nikita in the 1990 film "La Femme Nikita," which was directed by Luc Besson. She won the César Award for Best Actress for her performance in the film. Parillaud has also appeared in numerous other films, including "Innocent Blood," "Frankenstein," and "Gangsters." In addition to her work in film, Parillaud has also appeared on stage and in television series such as "Les Cordier, juge et flic" and "Odyssey." She was married to Luc Besson from 1986 to 1991. Parillaud is a member of the jury for the international competition at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival.

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Corynne Charby

Corynne Charby (June 12, 1960 Paris-) also known as Corryne Charby or Corinne Charby is a French model, singer and actor.

She began her career in the early 1980s as a model, appearing in various fashion campaigns and magazine spreads. Charby gained further recognition in the music industry with her hit single "Boule de flipper" which was released in 1983. The song became an instant success and sold over one million copies, turning Charby into a household name. She continued to release music throughout the 1980s, with notable hits such as "Pile ou face" and "Pas vu pas pris".

In addition to her successful music career, Charby also pursued acting, with roles in films such as "La Nuit de la mort!" and "Le Radeau de la Méduse". She also appeared in various television shows and stage productions.

Charby retired from the entertainment industry in the early 1990s to focus on her personal life. However, her music has continued to be popular and she remains a beloved figure in French pop culture.

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Kristin Scott Thomas

Kristin Scott Thomas (May 24, 1960 Redruth-) also known as Kristin Scott-Thomas, Kristin A. Scott Thomas or Kristin A. Scott Thomas, OBE is a French actor. She has three children, Hannah Olivennes, George Olivennes and Joseph Olivennes.

Kristin Scott Thomas was born in Cornwall, England but she has spent most of her life in France, where she learned to speak French fluently. Her breakthrough role came in the 1990s with her performance in the film "Four Weddings and a Funeral". She has since starred in many critically acclaimed films such as "The English Patient", "Gosford Park", and "Darkest Hour". In addition to her successful film career, Scott Thomas has also performed on stage and in television. In 2015, she was made an OBE (Order of the British Empire) for her contributions to the arts.

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Virginie Ledieu

Virginie Ledieu (August 2, 1960 Casablanca-) a.k.a. Virginie Le Dieu is a French actor.

Virginie Ledieu began her acting career in the mid-1970s and has acted in numerous television shows, films, and theater productions. She has lent her voice to numerous cartoons and animated films, including voicing the character of Jessie in the French dubbed version of the Toy Story films. Ledieu is also a writer and has authored several books for children. In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, Ledieu is also an advocate for animal rights and serves as a spokesperson for several animal welfare organizations.

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Olinka Hardiman

Olinka Hardiman (January 16, 1960 France-) a.k.a. Ingrid Hermann, Marilyn Lamour, Olivia Link, Mary Monroe, Marilyn Olinka, Olinka, Olga Oloff, Olynka or Olinka Petrowna is a French actor, pornographic film actor and model.

Hardiman began her career as a model, before transitioning to acting in films. She gained fame in the 1980s as a prominent actor in the European adult film industry, appearing in over 100 films throughout her career. Despite her success in the adult film industry, Hardiman also had aspirations of mainstream acting and made appearances in non-pornographic films, such as the crime drama "Le prix du danger" (The Price of Danger) in 1983.

In 1984, Hardiman won the César Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the mainstream French film "Tchao Pantin" (So Long, Stooge) alongside famous French actor Coluche. She continued to act in adult films until 1986, when she retired from the industry. After retiring from porn, she continued to pursue a career in mainstream acting, but found limited success. Hardiman is considered a legend in the history of pornographic films and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful actresses to ever grace the industry.

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Hiam Abbass

Hiam Abbass (November 30, 1960 Nazareth-) also known as Iliam Abbass, Hiyam Abbass, Hiam Soualem, Hiam Abbas or Hiyam Abbas is a French actor, film director and screenwriter. She has two children, Lina Soualem and Mouna Soualem.

Hiam Abbass began her acting career in the 1980s and appeared in several French and international films before gaining more widespread recognition for her role in the 2005 film "Paradise Now." She has since starred in numerous critically acclaimed works, including the films "The Visitor" and "Lemon Tree," and the television series "The Looming Tower" and "Ramy." In addition to her acting work, Abbass has also directed several films, including "Inheritance" and "The Little Palestinian." She is known for her strong portrayals of complex, nuanced characters and for her activism on behalf of Palestinian causes.

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Agnès Soral

Agnès Soral (June 8, 1960 Aix-les-Bains-) also known as Agnes Soral or Agnès Bonnet de Soral is a French actor. She has one child, Laetitia Soral.

Agnès Soral started her acting career in the 1980s and has appeared in more than 100 films and TV shows. Some of her notable performances include her role in the film "Ménage" (1986), which earned her a César Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress, and her portrayal of Édith Piaf in the biographical TV series "Edith et Marcel" (1983).

In addition to her acting career, Soral has also worked as a writer and director. She published her memoir "J'ai encore quelques certitudes" in 2012 and directed her first feature film, "Les Amis de ma femme" in 1994.

Soral has also been involved in political activism and has been a member of the National Front party in France. She has been an outspoken supporter of Marine Le Pen, the former leader of the National Front.

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Katoucha Niane

Katoucha Niane (October 23, 1960 Conakry-February 2, 2008 Paris) a.k.a. Katoucha, The Peul Princess or The Black Princess was a French model and actor. She had one child, Amy Niane.

Katoucha Niane was born in Guinea and raised in Mali. She was one of the few African models to achieve success in the Western fashion industry during the 1980s and 1990s. She worked for many prestigious fashion brands such as Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Lacroix, and Chanel. In 1994, she retired from modeling and wrote a memoir "Katoucha: In My Flesh" which spoke about her personal experiences with female genital mutilation, a practice that is still common in some parts of Africa. After her retirement, Katoucha became an advocate for the fight against female genital mutilation and worked with organizations such as the United Nations to end the practice. Sadly, she was reported missing in January 2008 and her body was found in the Seine River in February 2008. The cause of her death was ruled as accidental drowning.

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