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Mila Parély
Born
Olga Colette Peszynski

(1917-10-07)7 October 1917
Paris, France
Died14 January 2012(2012-01-14) (aged 94)
Vichy, France
OccupationActress
Years active1932–1991
Spouse(s)

Mila Parély (7 October 1917 – 14 January 2012), born Olga Colette Peszynski, was a French actress of Polish ancestry best known for the roles of Félicie, Belle's eldest sister, in Jean Cocteau's La Belle et la Bête (1946), and as Geneviève in La Règle du jeu (1939).[1]

She had a liaison with actor Jean Marais from 1942 to 1944, remaining lifelong friends, and in 1976 she was his business associate in a pottery shop.[citation needed] Marais was the long-term lover of Jean Cocteau and her co-star in the latter's 1946 film version of Beauty and the Beast.

She gave up acting in the late 1950s in order to take care of her racing car driving husband Taso Mathieson, who had been injured in an accident.[1]

She also worked with such notable directors as Max Ophüls, Jean Renoir, Robert Bresson, Fritz Lang and G.W. Pabst. She returned to acting briefly in the late 1980s.

Mila Parély died on 14 January 2012, aged 94, in Vichy, where she had spent the last fifty years of her life.[1]

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- We're gonna play a game. It's called "Never Have I Ever." And here's how it works. I'm gonna ask a series of questions. Please pass these down. Take one and pass it down. And I'll play along with you. I'm gonna ask a question, and we will all answer "I have" or "I have never." And the first one is, "Never ever have I been to a nude beach." [laughter] [cheers and applause] - All right. - Okay, put it down. - "Never ever have I been arrested." [laughter] [cheers and applause] "Never ever have I gotten a tattoo that I regret." [laughter and applause] "Never ever have I joined the Mile High Club." [laughter] [cheers and applause] - Ah. [chuckles] [cheers and applause] - Ah. [laughs] "Never ever have I lied to get a job." - [laughing] Oh, come on. - How would you lie... - I lie constantly to get a job. - "Never ever have I gotten out of a speeding ticket by being a celebrity." [audience shouting] [applause] - No. Really? No. - "Never ever have I forgotten the name of a date." [audience murmuring] Like-- like while you're with them? I don't understand that-- - Yeah, that's difficult. - While you're with them? - While you're with them? - That would be really horrific. [chuckles] - Yeah. [laughter] Yeah. - [chuckles] - No, I've never-- - [laughing] - Ah. - Yeah. - "Never ever have I seen one of my 'Mortdecai' costars naked." audience: Ooh. - Yeah. [laughter] [cheers and applause] - You've all seen each other naked. "Never ever have I lied on a talk show." [laughter] - [laughs] I don't believe you. I just don't believe. - "Never ever have I sexted." audience: Ooh. - Oh, yeah. Yeah, no, I haven't done that. [cheers and applause] - [chuckles] Wow. - "Never ever have I said a baby was cute when it was obviously ugly." [laughter] Yeah. [applause] - Almost all the time. [chuckles] - That's it. "Mortdecai" opens in theaters Friday.

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ a b c Agence France-Presse (2012-01-16). "Décès de la comédienne française Mila Parély" (in French). Cyberpresse.ca. Retrieved 16 January 2012.

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