|Born||13 November 1922|
|Died||29 November 1999|
Grasse, Alpes-Maritimes, France
|Years active||1942-1974 (film)|
Suzy Carrier (1922–1999) was a French film actress. 
Suzy Parker was an American model and actress active from 1947 into the early 1960s. Her modeling career reached its zenith during the 1950s, when she appeared on the covers of dozens of magazines and in advertisements and movie and television roles.
Barbara Whiting Smith was an American actress and singer.
Practically Yours is a 1944 comedic film made by Paramount Pictures, directed by Mitchell Leisen, written by Norman Krasna, and starring Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray.
The Sandwich Man is a 1966 British comedy film directed by Robert Hartford-Davis and written by Hartford-Davis and Michael Bentine. The film also stars Bentine, with support from Dora Bryan, Harry H. Corbett, Bernard Cribbins, Diana Dors, Norman Wisdom, Terry-Thomas, Ian Hendry and numerous other British character actors.
Kiss Them for Me is a 1957 American romantic comedy film directed by Stanley Donen in CinemaScope, starring Cary Grant, Jayne Mansfield and model-turned-actress Suzy Parker in her first film role. The film is an adaptation of the 1945 Broadway play of the same name, itself based on Frederic Wakeman Sr.'s 1944 novel Shore Leave. The supporting cast features Ray Walston, Werner Klemperer, Leif Erickson, and Larry Blyden.
Paid to Dance is a 1937 drama film starring Don Terry, Jacqueline Wells and Rita Hayworth.
Susannah "Suzy" Branning is a fictional character from the BBC One soap opera EastEnders, played by Julie Christian-Young for a brief appearance in 1996, and Maggie O'Neill in 2008, who began filming in May that year, and she appeared from 8 July to 26 December 2008.
Albert Préjean was a French actor, primarily in film. He served in World War I, and was decorated with the Croix de Guerre and the Legion d'honneur. With Lysiane Rey, he was the father of Patrick Préjean, and grandfather of Laura Préjean.
Bae Su-ji, better known as Bae Suzy, is a South Korean singer, actress and model. She was a member of the girl group Miss A under JYP Entertainment. Suzy later made her debut as an actress with television series Dream High (2011), and has gone on to appear in series such as Gu Family Book (2013), Uncontrollably Fond (2016), While You Were Sleeping (2017), Vagabond (2019) and Start Up (2020). She made her film debut in Architecture 101 (2012). Since her successful film debut she has been hailed as "The Nation's First Love" in her home country.
Marguerite Moreno was a French stage and film actress, born Lucie Marie Marguerite Monceau.
Distress is a 1946 French drama film directed by Robert-Paul Dagan and starring Jules Berry, Jean Mercanton and Gabrielle Dorziat.
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The Father of the Girl is a 1953 French comedy film directed by Marcel L'Herbier and starring Arletty, Suzy Carrier and André Luguet.
Dakota 308 is a 1951 French crime film directed by Jacques Daniel-Norman and starring Suzy Carrier, Jean Pâqui and Louis Seigner. The plot concerns a Dakota carrying a shipment of gold to Brazzaville.
Three Boys, One Girl is a 1948 French comedy drama film directed by Maurice Labro and starring Jean Marchat, Gaby Morlay and Suzy Carrier.
The Stairs Without End is a 1943 French drama film directed by Georges Lacombe and starring Pierre Fresnay, Madeleine Renaud and Suzy Carrier.
Not So Stupid is a 1946 French comedy film directed by André Berthomieu and starring Bourvil, Suzy Carrier and Bernard Lancret. In 1928 Berthomieu had made a silent film of the same name. This was Bourvil's first film; originally a musician and singer, he went on to become one of the great comic actors of French cinema.
Suzy is a feminine given name, usually a short form (hypocorism) of Suzanne, Susan, etc. People named Suzy include:
Dorothy Looks for Love is a 1945 French drama film directed by Edmond T. Gréville and starring Suzy Carrier, Claude Dauphin and Jules Berry.
Gringalet is a 1946 French comedy film directed by André Berthomieu and starring Charles Vanel, Marguerite Deval and Suzy Carrier. It was based on the play of the same title by Paul Vandenberghe, who co-wrote the screenplay and also appears in the title role. The film was later remade as the 1959 Argentine film Gringalet