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Alexandra Stewart

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Alexandra Stewart
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Alexandra Stewart on Les Grosses Têtes radio program in 2014
Born (1939-06-10) June 10, 1939 (age 81)
OccupationActress
Years active1956–present
Partner(s)Louis Malle
Children1

Alexandra Stewart (born June 10, 1939) is a Canadian actress.

Biography

Born in Montreal, Quebec, Stewart left for Paris, France, in 1958, to study art. Within a year, she made her film debut in Les Motards, and has since then enjoyed a steady career in both French- and English-language films.

Besides her cinema career, Stewart regularly appeared on television in shows such as Les Jeux de 20 heures and L'Académie des neuf. She has also appeared in the 1981 cartoon Space Stars and had cameos in Highlander: The Series, The Saint and Danger Man (TV Series) . Notably, she is also the English-language narrator of Chris Marker's 1983 documentary, Sans Soleil. She was part of the jury of the 2004 Chicago International Film Festival.

Personal life

Stewart had a daughter, Justine, with the French director Louis Malle.[1]

Selected filmography

Recognition

  • From 23 to 25 November 1990, Alexandra Stewart presided over the 14th Festival international du film de création super 8 de Metz organised by Claude Kunowitz in partnership with the Mairie de Metz.

References

  1. ^ Severo, Richard (25 November 1995). "Louis Malle, Film Director Equally at Home in France and America, Is Dead at 63". New York Times. p. 12. Retrieved 18 May 2009.

External links

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