Frédérique Hébrard

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FrenchBorn Frédérique Chamson

French screenwriter and actress

Born on June 7, 1927 in Nîmes , France

Died on September 7, 2023 in Morainvilliers , France

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Frédérique Hébrard (7 June 1927 – 7 September 2023) was a French screenwriter and actress.
She was born Frédérique Chamson. Her parents were academician André Chamson and Lucie Mazauric, both historians and museum curators. In the film The Hitler Museum, she recounts the transfer of The Mona Lisa from the Louvre Museum to the Château de Chambord in 1940 supervised by her father.
She studied at the Henri-IV high school in Paris then in the high schools of Versailles, Nîmes and Montauban. She then entered the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris (class of 1949), where her fellow student was Jean Le Poulain.
...   Frédérique Hébrard (7 June 1927 – 7 September 2023) was a French screenwriter and actress.
She was born Frédérique Chamson. Her parents were academician André Chamson and Lucie Mazauric, both historians and museum curators. In the film The Hitler Museum, she recounts the transfer of The Mona Lisa from the Louvre Museum to the Château de Chambord in 1940 supervised by her father.
She studied at the Henri-IV high school in Paris then in the high schools of Versailles, Nîmes and Montauban. She then entered the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris (class of 1949), where her fellow student was Jean Le Poulain.
She took a pseudonym using the last name of her maternal grandmother, Jeannette Hébrard. She began at the Comédie-Française in 1949 in Jeanne la Folle under the direction of Jean Meyer.
She died on 7 September 2023, at the age of 96.


Filmography


As an actress
1950: Le Crime des justes de Jean Gehret : Jeannette
1951: Un grand patron d'Yves Ciampi : non créditée
1976: Un mari, c'est un mari de Serge Friedman : la femme de Jean Martel
1997: Comme des rois de François Velle : la femme du jury


As a screenwriter


Film
1976: Un mari, c'est un mari, d'après son livre éponyme.


Television
1966: Comment ne pas épouser un milliardaire, en collaboration avec Louis Velle, d'après le roman espagnol de Luisa-Maria Linarès, Sous la coupe de Barbe-Bleue
1967: Le Regret de Pierre Guilhem
1971: La Demoiselle d'Avignon de Michel Wyn, en collaboration avec Louis Velle (elle est également la voix de la « speakerine » de France Inter)
1973: Les Témoins
1981: Adieu ma chérie
1990: Le Mari de l'ambassadeur
1993: Le Château des oliviers
1997: Le Grand Batre
2010: Les Châtaigniers du désert de Caroline Huppert


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Biography from Wikipedia (see original) under licence CC BY-SA 3.0

 

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