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Jacqueline Sassard

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Occupation  Actress
Ex-spouse  Gianni Lancia
Role  Actress
Name  Jacqueline Sassard
Years active  1956-1968

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Born  13 March 1940 (age 75) (1940-03-13) Nice, France
Movies  Les Biches, Guendalina, Accident, Violent Summer, Women Are Weak
Similar People  Valerio Zurlini, Joseph Losey, Duccio Tessari, Claude Chabrol, Alberto Lattuada

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Jacqueline Sassard (born 13 March 1940 in Nice, France) is an actress best known for appearances in Italian films such as Guendalina directed by Alberto Lattuada, a young woman with family and economical troubles in Luigi Zampa's Il Magistrato and Valerio Zurlini's Violent Summer (1959), in which her character was left by Jean-Louis Trintignant.

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Her best remembered role was in Joseph Losey's Accident, with a script by Harold Pinter (1967), where she played an Austrian princess. Her last credited screen appearance is Les Biches (1968), directed by Claude Chabrol.

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She left the film industry on her marriage to Gianni Lancia. They lived for a number years in Brazil before returning to live in Alpes-Maritimes in the south of France. They had a son, Lorenzo Lancia. Gianni Lancia died in 2014.

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Selected filmography

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  • Guendalina (1957)
  • March's Child (1958)
  • Three Murderesses (1958)
  • Everyone's in Love (1959)
  • Il Magistrato (1959)
  • Violent Summer (1959)
  • Ferdinando I, re di Napoli (1959)
  • Freddy and the Song of the South Pacific (1962)
  • Seasons of Our Love (1966)
  • Accident (1967)
  • Les Biches (1968)
  • References

    Jacqueline Sassard Wikipedia


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