|Born||4 August 1913|
|Died||24 August 1991 (aged 78)|
|Years active||1938-1969 (film)|
Madeleine Gug (1913–1971) was a French film editor. She worked with Henri-Georges Clouzot on the 1955 film Les Diaboliques .  She also collaborated on a number of occasions with Claude Autant-Lara.
Les Diaboliques is a 1955 French psychological horror thriller film directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot, starring Simone Signoret, Véra Clouzot, Paul Meurisse and Charles Vanel. It is based on the novel She Who Was No More by Pierre Boileau and Thomas Narcejac.
Henri-Georges Clouzot was a French film director, screenwriter and producer. He is best remembered for his work in the thriller film genre, having directed The Wages of Fear and Les Diaboliques, which are critically recognized as among the greatest films of the 1950s. He also directed documentary films, including The Mystery of Picasso, which was declared a national treasure by the government of France.
Joseph Kosma was a Hungarian-French composer.
Marcel Dalio was a French movie actor. He had major roles in two films directed by Jean Renoir, La Grande Illusion (1937) and The Rules of the Game (1939).
Véra Gibson-Amado, known professionally as Véra Clouzot, was a Brazilian-French film actress and screenwriter. She is known for playing Linda in The Wages of Fear (1953), Christina Delassalle in Les Diaboliques (1955), and Lucie in Les Espions (1957). Clouzot also co-wrote the screenplay for La Vérité (1960). Her husband, director Henri-Georges Clouzot, named his production company after her, Véra Films.
Paul Frankeur was a French actor who appeared in films by Jacques Tati and Luis Buñuel. He was sometimes credited as Paul Francoeur.
Simone Renant was a French film actress. She appeared in more than 40 films between 1934 and 1983. She was born in Amiens, France and died in Garches, France.
Noël Roquevert was a French stage and film actor. He appeared in more than 180 films between 1932 and 1972. Roquevert was born in Doué-la-Fontaine and was married to stage and film actress Paulette Noizeux. He died in Douarnenez, France, aged 80.
Jane Marken was a French actress. She was the first wife of the actor Jules Berry.
Nadia Gray was a Romanian film actress.
Jean Brochard was a French film actor. He appeared in more than 100 films between 1933 and 1966.
Paul Meurisse was a French actor who appeared in over 60 films and many stage productions. Meurisse was noted for the elegance of his acting style, and for his versatility. He was equally able to play comedic and serious dramatic roles. His screen roles ranged from the droll and drily humorous to the menacing and disturbing. His most celebrated role was that of the sadistic and vindictive headmaster in the 1955 film Les Diaboliques.
Georges Van Parys was a French composer of film music and operettas. Among his musical influences were the group Les Six, Maurice Ravel, and Claude Debussy. Later in his career he served as vice-president of the Société des auteurs, compositeurs et éditeurs de musique. He is buried in the cemetery at Villiers-sur-Marne.
Thérèse Dorny was a French film and stage actress.
Camille Guérini was a French film and television actor.
Danielle Godet (1927–2009) was a French stage and film actress.
Jean Parédès (1914–1998) was a French film actor.
Louise Pauline Mainguené, known as Sylvie, was a French actress.
Annette Poivre was a French stage and film actress. She was married to the actor Raymond Bussières with whom she sometimes co-starred. Poivre was noted for her comic performances.
Madeleine Suffel (1899–1974) was a French film and stage actress. She played supporting roles in a number of films from the early 1930s onwards.