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Mireille Darc
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Mireille Darc in 1979
Born Mireille Christiane Gabrielle Aimée Aigroz
(1938-05-15)15 May 1938
Toulon, France
Died 28 August 2017(2017-08-28) (aged 79)
Paris
Resting place Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris, France
Occupation Actress
Years active 1960–2012
Spouse(s)
Pascal Desprez (m. 1996)
Partner(s) Alain Delon (1968–1982)
Website mireille-darc.com


Mireille Darc (French: [miʁɛj daʁk]; 15 May 1938 – 28 August 2017)[1] was a French model and actress. She was Alain Delon's longtime co-star and companion. She appeared as a lead character in Jean-Luc Godard's 1967 film Weekend (1967). Darc was a Chevalier of the Légion d'honneur and Commandeur of the Ordre national du Mérite.

Early years

Born Mireille Christiane Gabrielle Aimée Aigroz in Toulon,[1] she attended the Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in Toulon, and went to Paris in 1959.

Career

Darc's debut came in Claude Barma's television drama Du côté de l'enfer (aka, La Grande Brétèche, 1960). Her first leading role came in another production for French television, Jean Prat's 'Hauteclaire (1961). She starred in Jean-Luc Godard's film Weekend (Week-end, 1967) as Corinne, her highest profile role for international critics; as Christine in The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe (Le Grand Blond avec une chaussure noire, 1972) and The Return of the Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe (Le retour du grand blond, 1974) and alongside Alain Delon in several films: Pouic-Pouic (1963), High Lifers (Les Bons Vivants (1965), Jeff (1969), Borsalino (uncredited, 1970), The Love Mates (Madly, 1970), Icy Breasts (Les Seins de glace, 1974) Flic Story (Il était une fois un flic, 1975), Death of a Corrupt Man (Mort d'un pourri, 1977), Man in a Hurry (L'Homme pressé, 1977), and the television series Frank Riva (fr) (2003).

In the 1980s, Darc's career was interrupted by open-heart surgery following a car accident, in which she was seriously injured, and her separation from Alain Delon after fifteen years together. She quit her film career, but returned to television in the 1990s. In 2006, Jacques Chirac awarded Darc the Légion d'honneur.[2]

Health and death

Sépulture Mireille Darc.jpg

In 2013, Darc underwent further open heart surgery, and during 2016 she suffered several hemorrhages. She died on 28 August 2017 in Paris in a coma at the age of 79.[3]

Theatre

Year Play Author Director Theatre
2007 Sur la route de Madison Robert James Waller Anne Bourgeois Théâtre Marigny
1984 Chapitre II Neil Simon Pierre Mondy Théâtre Édouard VII
1965 Pieds nus dans le parc Neil Simon Pierre Mondy Théâtre de la Madeleine
1964 Photo-Finish Peter Ustinov Peter Ustinov Théâtre des Ambassadeurs
1962 Les Femmes aussi ont perdu la guerre Curzio Malaparte Raymond Gérôme Théâtre des Mathurins

Filmography

Feature films

Year Film Director Role
1986 La Vie dissolue de Gérard Floque Georges Lautner Jocelyne Domange
1984 Réveillon chez Bob Édouard Molinaro Madeleine
1983 Si elle dit oui... je ne dis pas non Claude Vital Catherine
1983 L'Été de nos 15 ans Marcel Jullian Hotel customer
1982 Jamais avant le mariage Daniel Ceccaldi Elisabeth
1981 Pour la peau d'un flic Alain Delon Cameo: La Grande sauterelle
1978 Les Ringards Robert Pouret Annie Garmiche
1977 Mort d'un pourri Georges Lautner Françoise
Man in a Hurry Édouard Molinaro Edwige
The Passengers Serge Leroy Nicole
1976 L'Ordinateur des pompes funèbres Gérard Pirès Charlotte
1975 Le Téléphone rose (fr) Edouard Molinaro Christine
1974 Le retour du grand blond Yves Robert Christine
Dis-moi que tu m'aimes Michel Boisrond Victoire Danois
Borsalino & Co Jacques Deray Cameo: A prostitute in the street
Les Seins de glace Georges Lautner Peggy Lister
OK patron (fr) Claude Vital (fr) Mélissa
La Valise (fr) Georges Lautner Françoise
Il n'y a pas de fumée sans feu André Cayatte Olga Leroy
1972 Le Grand Blond avec une chaussure noire Yves Robert Christine
Il était une fois un flic (fr) Georges Lautner Christine
1971 Laisse aller... c'est une valse (fr) Georges Lautner Carla
Fantasia chez les ploucs Gérard Pirès Caroline
1970 Madly Roger Kahane (fr) Agatha
Borsalino Jacques Deray Cameo: A Prostitute
Elle boit pas, elle fume pas, elle drague pas, mais... elle cause ! Michel Audiard Francine
1969 Monte Carlo or Bust! Ken Annakin Marie-Claude
Jeff Jean Herman Eva
1968 Summit (fr) Giorgio Bontempi (fr) Annie
1967 Weekend Jean-Luc Godard Corinne
Fleur d'oseille (fr) Georges Lautner Catherine
The Blonde from Peking Nicolas Gessner Erica Olsen
La Grande Sauterelle (fr) Georges Lautner Salene
1966 Living It Up Pierre Gaspard-Huit Eva Ritter
Ne nous fâchons pas (fr) Georges Lautner Eglantine Michalon
Balearic Caper José María Forqué Polly
The Upper Hand Denys de La Patellière Lili Princesse
Galia (fr) Georges Lautner Galia
1965 Les Bons Vivants Gilles Grangier, Georges Lautner Marie Cruchet known as "Eloise"
1964 The Great Spy Chase Georges Lautner Amaranthe
Male Hunt Edouard Molinaro Georgina
Salad by the Roots Georges Lautner Rockie La Braise
Les Durs à cuire (fr) Jack Pinoteau Josette
Monsieur Jean-Paul Le Chanois Suzanne
1963 Pouic-Pouic Jean Girault Patricia Monestier
People in Luck Philippe de Broca, Jean Girault, Jack Pinoteau Jacqueline
1962 Virginie Jean Boyer Brigitte
1961 ¿Pena de muerte? José María Forn
Les Nouveaux Aristocrates Francis Rigaud Milou Rivoire
Mourir d'amour José Bénazéraf, Dany Fog (fr) Mariette
Please, Not Now! Roger Vadim Marie-Jeanne
1960 Les distractions Jacques Dupont -

Short films

Year Film Director Role
1962 Lettres de Provins Jean Dasque Voice only
1960 La Revenante Jacques Poitrenaud

As director

Year Film Featuring
1989 La Barbare Murray Head

Dubbing

Year Film Role
1963 L’Ile aux Filles Perdues Marisa Belli
1963 Foudres sur Babylone Jose Greci
1962 L’Effroyable secret du Dr Hichcock Barbara Steele
1961 Soliman le Magnifique Georgia Moll
1961 Les Vikings Attaquent Franca Bettoja
1961 Le Boucanier des Iles ( Il Giustiziere dei Mari ) Marisa Belli
1960 L'Esclave du Pharaon Vira Silenti
1960 Les Légions de Cléopâtre Linda Cristal
1960 Le Géant de Thessalie Ziva Rodann
1960 Toryok la furie des Barbares Ljubica Jovic
1958 La Charge des Cosaques Georgia Moll

Bibliography

  • 2008: Mon Père
  • 2005: Tant que battra mon coeur (Autobiography)
  • 1982: Jamais avant le mariage

Decorations

References

  1. ^ a b "Mireille Darc". AlloCiné. Retrieved 2009-07-29.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Biography". Mireille DARC. Retrieved 28 August 2017.
  3. ^ "French film star Mireille Darc is dead". Spiegel Online (in German). 28 August 2017. Retrieved 28 August 2017.
  4. ^ "ORDRE NATIONAL DE LA LÉGION D'HONNEUR : Décret du 31 décembre 2015 portant élévation à la dignité de grand'croix et de grand officier" (PDF). Legiondhonneur.fr. Retrieved 2017-08-28.
  5. ^ Décret du 15 mai 2009

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