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    Caroline Silhol


    Caroline Silhol


    Caroline Silhol (born 10 August 1949) is a French actress and writer. She is a three-time Molière Award-nominee for her theatre performances. Silhol was born in Paris and began her acting career in early 1970s appearing in film and television playing supporting roles though the next two decades working witn directors including François Truffaut, Nelly Kaplan and Alain Corneau. On stage, Silhol performed in productions of Le Paysan parvenu, Tartuffe, Les Parents terribles, Sodom and Gomorrah, Chantecler, The Infernal Machine and others. She received three Molière Award for Best Actress nominations: in 1994, 2002 and 2005. Silhol received international recognition after appearances in films Tous les Matins du Monde (1991), Vent d'est (1993), Prediction (1993) and Rembrandt (1999). She wrote and starred in the 2000 drama film Half of Heaven and played Marlene Dietrich in the 2007 musical film La Vie en Rose. Silhol played the female lead in the 2019 romantic comedy film Remember Me opposite Bruce Dern. Silhol married French film producer Jean-Louis Livi, nephew of actor Yves Montand. Source: Article "Caroline Silhol" from Wikipedia in English, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.

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