Nadine Basile

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Nadine Basile
Born1 April 1931
Died29 June 2017 (aged 86)
Years active1949-1989 (film & TV)

Nadine Basile (1931–2017) was a French stage, film and television actress. [1] [2] She was awarded the Prix Suzanne Bianchetti in 1952. She was married to the actor Jean Martinelli.


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  1. Biggs p.8
  2. Goble p.140