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Nicole Berger (born Nicole Gouspeyre, [1] 12 June 1934 [2] – 13 April 1967) was a French actress. [3]



Berger was born in Paris. She had a brief theatrical career, particularly in the Compagnie Barrault-Renaud, before starting to film. Claude Autant-Lara gave her her first real chance in 1954, giving her one of the three leading roles in Le Blé en herbe . She went on to perform on film from 1956 to 1963, then had a gap for two years during which she only performed in one full-length film. [4] She then turned to television, playing the protagonist of the leading soap Cecilia.

She was killed in a car crash in Eure when she was thrown from a car driven by Dany Dauberson. [5]

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Tomb at the Père-Lachaise Cemetery

Partial filmography


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  1. Le Vrai Nom des stars de Michel Bracquart - M.A. Editions - 1989
  3. 20 films liés à Nicole Berger sur Ciné
  4. Nicole Berger: Biographie
  5. Colassin, Celine. "699: DANY DAUBERSON". d'autres étoiles filantes. Archived from the original on 28 March 2019. Retrieved 27 July 2015.