Fabian in 2014
Michèle Cortes de Leone y Fabianera, better known as her stage name Françoise Fabian (French: [fabjɑ̃] ; born 10 May 1933), is a French film actress. She has appeared in more than 80 films since 1956. In 1971, Fabian signed the Manifesto of the 343, publicly declaring having had an abortion.
|1956||Mémoires d'un flic||The Countess||Pierre Foucaud|
|Naughty Girl||Lili Rocher-Villedieu||Michel Boisrond|
|Le couturier de ces dames||Sophie||Jean Boyer|
|Les Aventures de Till L'Espiègle||Esperanza|| Gérard Philipe |
|Michel Strogoff||Natko||Carmine Gallone|
|1957||Burning Fuse||Lola Wassevitch||Henri Decoin|
|Ce sacré Amédée||Elia Tarti / Cigale||Louis Félix|
|L'aventurière des Champs-Élysées||Josette Darcanges||Roger Blanc|
|Les Fanatiques||Mme. Lambert||Alex Joffé|
|Les violents||Evelyne Tiercelin||Henri Calef|
|1958||Every Day Has Its Secret||Hélène Lezcano||Claude Boissol|
|1960||L'histoire dépasse la fiction||Catherine de l'Isle Bouchard||Jean Kerchbron||TV series (1 episode)|
|La brune que voilà||Christine||Robert Lamoureux|
|1962||Una domenica d'estate||Giulio Petroni|
|Sentimental Education||Alexandre Astruc|
|L'inspecteur Leclerc enquête||Mme Gauthier||Claude Barma||TV series (1 episode)|
|1963||The Magnificent Adventurer||Lucrezia||Riccardo Freda|
|Maigret voit rouge||Lily||Gilles Grangier|
|1964||La caméra explore le temps||Mata Hari||Guy Lessertisseur||TV series (1 episode)|
|1965||Version grecque||Maira||Jean-Paul Sassy||TV movie|
|Les Cinq Dernières Minutes||Évelyne Sommières||Claude Loursais||TV series (1 episode)|
|Morgane ou Le prétendant||Lady Hamilton||Alain Boudet||TV movie|
|La jeune morte||The Stepsister|| Claude Faraldo |
|1966||Le train bleu s'arrête 13 fois||Simone||Serge Friedman||TV series (1 episode)|
|1967||The Thief of Paris||Ida||Louis Malle|
|Belle de Jour||Charlotte||Luis Buñuel|
|Marion Delorme||Marion Delorme||Jean Kerchbron||TV movie|
|1969||My Night at Maud's||Maud||Éric Rohmer||Nominated - National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress |
Nominated - New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress
|Gli specialisti||Virginia Pollywood||Sergio Corbucci|
|L'américain||Women agency||Marcel Bozzuffi|
|1970||The Cop||Hélène Dassa||Yves Boisset|
|Die Weibchen||Astrid||Zbyněk Brynych|
|1971||Raphael, or The Debauched One||Aurore||Michel Deville|
|Êtes-vous fiancée à un marin grec|
ou à un pilote de ligne?
|Marion Blanchard||Jean Aurel|
|Out 1||Lucie|| Jacques Rivette |
|1972||Love in the Afternoon||Dream Sequence||Éric Rohmer|
|Black Turin||Lucia Rao||Carlo Lizzani|
|1973||Au rendez-vous de la mort joyeuse||Françoise||Juan Luis Buñuel|
|Les voraces||Lara||Sergio Gobbi|
|Sentimental Education||Marie Arnoux||Marcel Cravenne||TV Mini-Series|
|La bonne année||Françoise||Claude Lelouch|| David di Donatello - For her performance|
San Sebastián International Film Festival for Best Actress
|Projection privée||Marthe / Eva||François Leterrier|
|Hail the Artist||Peggy||Yves Robert|
|1974||Out 1: Spectre||Lucie||Jacques Rivette|
|City Under Siege||Cristina Cournier||Romolo Guerrieri|
|To Love Ophelia||Federica||Flavio Mogherini|
|1975||How to Kill a Judge||Antonia Traini||Damiano Damiani|
|Down the Ancient Staircase||Anna Bersani||Mauro Bolognini|
|1976||Al piacere di rivederla||Viviana Bonfigli||Marco Leto|
|Natale in casa d'appuntamento||Nira||Armando Nannuzzi|
|Chi dice donna, dice donna||Bella / Lulù||Tonino Cervi|
|1977||The French Woman||Madame Claude||Just Jaeckin|
|Les fougères bleues||Monika Berthier||Françoise Sagan|
|1979||Cinéma 16||Hélène||Nina Companeez||TV series (1 episode)|
|Les dames de la côte||Clara Decourt||Nina Companeez||TV movie|
|1980||Le mandarin||Sylvie Chaput||Patrick Jamain||TV movie|
|1981||Tovaritch||Tatiana Ouratief||Jeannette Hubert||TV movie|
|1982||Un fait d'hiver||Lisa||Jean Chapot||TV movie|
|Deux heures moins le quart avant Jésus-Christ||Laetitia||Jean Yanne|
|1983||Archipel des amours||The Friend||Jean-Claude Guiguet|
|La veuve rouge||Marie Reinart||Édouard Molinaro||TV movie|
|Bon anniversaire Juliette||Elsa||Marcel Bozzuffi||TV movie|
|Le cercle des passions||Renata Strauss||Claude d'Anna|
|L'ami de Vincent||Dominique||Pierre Granier-Deferre|
|1985||Quo Vadis?||Pomponia||Franco Rossi||TV Mini-Series|
|Partir, revenir||Sarah Lerner||Claude Lelouch|
|1986||Faubourg St Martin||The Marquise||Jean-Claude Guiguet|
|1988||Les clients||Marie-France||Yannick Andréi||TV movie|
|Trois places pour le 26||Marie-Hélène de Lambert||Jacques Demy||Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actress|
|1989||Haute tension||The Black||Jacques Ertaud||TV series (1 episode)|
|Reunion||Countess von Lohenburg||Jerry Schatzberg|
|Disperatamente Giulia||Enrico Maria Salerno||TV movie|
|Renseignements généraux||Monette||Claude Barma||TV series (1 episode)|
|1991||Plaisir d'amour||Do||Nelly Kaplan|
|Reflections in a Dark Sky||Valeria||Salvatore Maira|
|1992||Pour une fille en rouge||Rose||Marianne Lamour|
|1993||Un commissario a Roma||Renata Amidei||Luca Manfredi|
|TV series (10 episodes)|
|Donne in un giorno di festa||Francesca||Salvatore Maira|
|1996||Un chantage en or||Florence Valette||Hugues de Laugardière||TV movie|
|La comète||Agathe||Claude Santelli||TV movie|
|1998||Top Secret||Geneviève||Jacques Rivette|
|1999||The Letter||Mme de Chartres||Manoel de Oliveira|
|Season's Beatings||Yvette||Danièle Thompson|
|2002||La chanson du maçon||Elena||Nina Companeez||TV movie|
|2003||Le nouveau testament||Lucie Marcelin||Yves Di Tullio|
|2005||La femme coquelicot||Marthe||Jérôme Foulon||TV movie|
|2006||Mademoiselle Gigi||Aunt Alicia||Caroline Huppert||TV movie|
|2008||Made in Italy||Rosa||Stéphane Giusti|
|LOL (Laughing Out Loud)||Anne's mother||Lisa Azuelos|
|2009||A Man and His Dog||Achab's wife||Francis Huster|
|2010||L'Arbre et la forêt||Marianne Muller|| Olivier Ducastel |
|Small World||Elvira Senn||Bruno Chiche|
|Comme les cinq doigts de la main||Suzie Hayoun||Alexandre Arcady|
|2011||Le grand restaurant II||The mother of the heterosexual||Gérard Pullicino||TV movie|
|2012||What's in a Name?||Françoise||Alexandre de La Patellière|
|2013||Me, Myself and Mum||Babou||Guillaume Gallienne||Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actress|
|Les Petits Meurtres d'Agatha Christie||Alexina Laurence||Marc Angelo||TV series (1 episode)|
|2014||Post partum||Carmen||Delphine Noels|
|2015||Call My Agent!||Herself||Antoine Garceau||TV series (1 episode)|
|2018||Brillantissime||Doctor Steinman||Michèle Laroque|
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