Nadine Alari

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Nadine Alari
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Born23 February 1927
Paris, France
Died24 November 2016(2016-11-24) (aged 89)
Other namesBernadette Nicole Frédérique Bovarie
Years active1946-2016

Nadine Alari (born Bernadette Nicole Frédérique Bovarie; 23 February 1927 24 November 2016) was a French film and television actress. [1] [2]


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  1. Siehlohr p. 60
  2. "Mort de l'actrice Nadine Alari". Retrieved 2016-11-30.