Françoise Fabian

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Françoise Fabian
Francoise Fabian Cesars 2014 2.jpg
Fabian in 2014
Born (1933-05-10) 10 May 1933 (age 86)
OccupationActress
Years active1956–present

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. [1]

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Filmography

YearTitleRoleDirectorNotes
1956Mémoires d'un flicThe CountessPierre Foucaud
André Hunebelle
Debut film
Naughty Girl Lili Rocher-Villedieu Michel Boisrond
Le couturier de ces damesSophie Jean Boyer
Les Aventures de Till L'Espiègle Esperanza Gérard Philipe
Joris Ivens
Michel Strogoff Natko Carmine Gallone
1957 Burning Fuse Lola Wassevitch Henri Decoin
Ce sacré AmédéeElia Tarti / CigaleLouis Félix
L'aventurière des Champs-ÉlyséesJosette DarcangesRoger Blanc
Les Fanatiques Mme. Lambert Alex Joffé
Les violentsEvelyne Tiercelin Henri Calef
1958 Every Day Has Its Secret Hélène LezcanoClaude Boissol
1960L'histoire dépasse la fictionCatherine de l'Isle BouchardJean KerchbronTV series (1 episode)
La brune que voilàChristine Robert Lamoureux
1962Una domenica d'estate Giulio Petroni
Sentimental Education Alexandre Astruc
L'inspecteur Leclerc enquêteMme Gauthier Claude Barma TV series (1 episode)
1963 The Magnificent Adventurer Lucrezia Riccardo Freda
Maigret voit rougeLily Gilles Grangier
1964La caméra explore le temps Mata Hari Guy LessertisseurTV series (1 episode)
1965Version grecqueMairaJean-Paul SassyTV movie
Les Cinq Dernières Minutes Évelyne SommièresClaude LoursaisTV series (1 episode)
Morgane ou Le prétendantLady HamiltonAlain BoudetTV movie
La jeune morteThe Stepsister Claude Faraldo
Roger Pigaut
1966Le train bleu s'arrête 13 foisSimoneSerge FriedmanTV series (1 episode)
1967 The Thief of Paris Ida Louis Malle
Belle de Jour Charlotte Luis Buñuel
Marion Delorme Marion Delorme Jean KerchbronTV 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'américainWomen agency Marcel Bozzuffi
1970 The Cop Hélène Dassa Yves Boisset
Die Weibchen  [ de ]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
Suzanne Schiffman
1972 Love in the Afternoon Dream SequenceÉric Rohmer
Black Turin Lucia Rao Carlo Lizzani
1973 Au rendez-vous de la mort joyeuse Françoise Juan Luis Buñuel
Les voracesLara Sergio Gobbi
Sentimental Education Marie ArnouxMarcel CravenneTV Mini-Series
La bonne année Françoise Claude Lelouch David di Donatello - For her performance
San Sebastián International Film Festival for Best Actress
Projection privéeMarthe / EvaFrançois Leterrier
Hail the Artist Peggy Yves Robert
1974Out 1: SpectreLucieJacques 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'appuntamentoNira Armando Nannuzzi
Chi dice donna, dice donnaBella / Lulù Tonino Cervi
1977 The French Woman Madame Claude Just Jaeckin
Les fougères bleuesMonika Berthier Françoise Sagan
1979Cinéma 16Hélène Nina Companeez TV series (1 episode)
Les dames de la côteClara DecourtNina CompaneezTV movie
1980Le mandarinSylvie ChaputPatrick JamainTV movie
1981TovaritchTatiana OuratiefJeannette HubertTV movie
1982Un fait d'hiverLisaJean ChapotTV movie
Deux heures moins le quart avant Jésus-Christ Laetitia Jean Yanne
1983Archipel des amoursThe Friend Jean-Claude Guiguet
La veuve rougeMarie Reinart Édouard Molinaro TV movie
Bon anniversaire JulietteElsa Marcel Bozzuffi TV movie
Le cercle des passionsRenata Strauss Claude d'Anna
Benvenuta Jeanne André Delvaux
L'ami de VincentDominique Pierre Granier-Deferre
1985 Quo Vadis? Pomponia Franco Rossi TV Mini-Series
Partir, revenir Sarah LernerClaude Lelouch
1986Faubourg St MartinThe MarquiseJean-Claude Guiguet
1988Les clientsMarie-France Yannick Andréi TV movie
Trois places pour le 26 Marie-Hélène de Lambert Jacques Demy Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actress
1989Haute tensionThe Black Jacques Ertaud TV series (1 episode)
Reunion Countess von Lohenburg Jerry Schatzberg
Disperatamente Giulia Enrico Maria Salerno TV movie
Renseignements générauxMonette Claude Barma TV series (1 episode)
1991Plaisir d'amourDo Nelly Kaplan
Reflections in a Dark Sky ValeriaSalvatore Maira
1992Pour une fille en rougeRoseMarianne Lamour
1993 Un commissario a Roma Renata AmideiLuca Manfredi
Ignazio Agosta
Roberto Giannarelli
TV series (10 episodes)
Donne in un giorno di festaFrancescaSalvatore Maira
1996Un chantage en orFlorence ValetteHugues de LaugardièreTV movie
La comèteAgathe Claude Santelli TV movie
1998 Top Secret GenevièveJacques Rivette
1999 The Letter Mme de Chartres Manoel de Oliveira
Season's Beatings Yvette Danièle Thompson
2002La chanson du maçonElena Nina Companeez TV movie
2003Le nouveau testamentLucie MarcelinYves Di Tullio
Bernard Murat
TV movie
2004 5x2 Monique François Ozon
2005La femme coquelicotMartheJérôme FoulonTV movie
2006Mademoiselle GigiAunt Alicia Caroline Huppert TV movie
2008Made in ItalyRosaStéphane Giusti
LOL (Laughing Out Loud) Anne's mother Lisa Azuelos
2009 A Man and His Dog Achab's wife Francis Huster
Rapt Marjorie Lucas Belvaux
2010 L'Arbre et la forêt Marianne Muller Olivier Ducastel
Jacques Martineau
Small World Elvira SennBruno Chiche
Comme les cinq doigts de la mainSuzie Hayoun Alexandre Arcady
2011Le grand restaurant IIThe mother of the heterosexualGérard PullicinoTV movie
2012 What's in a Name? FrançoiseAlexandre de La Patellière
Matthieu Delaporte
2013 Me, Myself and Mum Babou Guillaume Gallienne Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actress
Les Petits Meurtres d'Agatha Christie Alexina LaurenceMarc AngeloTV series (1 episode)
2014Post partumCarmenDelphine Noels
2015 Call My Agent! HerselfAntoine GarceauTV series (1 episode)
2018 Brillantissime Doctor Steinman Michèle Laroque

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References

  1. "manifeste des 343". web.archive.org. 23 April 2001. Retrieved 27 May 2019.