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Claude Winter
Born
Claude Marthe Elisabeth Wintergerst

18 February 1931
Tianjin (China)
Died25 April 2011(2011-04-25) (aged 80)
Paris
OccupationStage and film actress

Claude Winter (18 February 1931 in Tianjin (China) – 25 April 2011 in Paris)

Biography

She is admitted at the Comédie-Française 1 September 1953, becomes sociétaire on 1 January 1960, then dean 1 January 1987. In 1988, following the death of the administrator (Jean Le Poulain), she is administrator per intérim for two and a half month. When she made the decision to retire, she was named honorary sociétaire by her camarades.

Filmography

Cinema

Television

  • 1962: Le Théâtre de la jeunesse [fr] (by Claude Santelli) (L'Auberge de l'ange gardien and Le Général Dourakine) - Madame Blidot
  • 1969: Au théâtre ce soir [fr] (Affaire vous concernant) (by Jean-Pierre Conti, TV director Pierre Sabbagh, Théâtre Marigny)
  • 1969: Le Profanateur - Benvenuta
  • 1971: 29 degrés à l'ombre - Mrs. Pomadour
  • 1972: Ruy Blas - the queen
  • 1972: Le Bunker - Eva Braun
  • 1973: Horace - Julie
  • 1975: Ondine - Queen Yseult
  • 1975: Tartuffe - Elmire
  • 1981: Le Pain de ménage - Marthe
  • 1982: Les Caprices de Marianne - Hermia
  • 1989: L'Été de la Révolution (by Lazare Iglesis) - Mrs. Necker
  • 1989: Manon Roland - Manon's mother
  • 1989: Les Grandes Familles - Adèle Schoudler
  • 1995: Maigret - La comtesse de Saint-Fiacre

Theatre

Dubbing

Prizes and awards

External links

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