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Gallian in 1933
Gallian in 1933

Ketti Gallian (25 December 1912 – December 1972) was a French actress.


Gallian was born in Nice. She went to Paris at the age of 15 and secured work as a model. She later went back to Nice and appeared in a number of foreign films made by Paramount.

Her performance in The Ace in which she played opposite Raymond Massey on the London stage resulted in a screen contract from Fox. However, she never became a success while acting in America, and returned to France. She died, aged 59, in Paris.


Year Title Role Notes
1932 With Assurance
1932 Côte d'Azur Yvonne Casin
1934 George White's Scandals Dancer Uncredited
1934 Marie Galante Marie Galante
1935 Under the Pampas Moon Yvonne LaMarr
1937 Espionage Sonia Yaloniv
1937 Shall We Dance Lady Tarrington
1937 Aloha, le chant des îles Maoupiti
1938 La Piste du sud Hélène Marchand
1945 Mademoiselle X Catherine Nanteuil
1949 Du Guesclin Jeanne de Malemains
1950 Agnes de Rien Alix
1956 Soupcons Cécile de Villesec (final film role)


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