- Moreau, Jeanne
- (1928- )film actor, directorJeanne Moreau, who achieved international fame with her enigmatic performances in some of the most influential French films of the 1950s and 1960s, was born in Paris, where she studied acting and drama. She debuted on the stage (comédie-française, Théâtre National Populaire) and played in several screen roles (Touchezpas augrisbi, La Reine Margot) before becoming the star of the New Wave (Nouvelle Vague) cinema under the direction of louis malle (Ascenseur pour l'échafaud and Les Amants, 1958), roger vadim (Les Liaisons dangereuses I960, 1959), and François truffaut, in whose influential Jules et Jim she memorably played the role of catherine. Drawn also to idiosyncratic and unconventional films, she appeared in a number of movies directed by her first husband, Jean-Louis Richard (Mata Hari, Le Corps de Diane), and others directed, produced, or written by orson Welles, marguerite duras, Elia Kazan, Joseph Losey, Luis Bunuel (Le Journal d'une femme de chamber, 1964), and William Wenders (Bis ans Ende der Welt, 1991). She also directed (Lumière, 1976) and continued her stage career. in January 2000, Moreau became the first woman inducted into the Académie des beaux-arts.
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Moreau, Jeanne — (1928 ) Actress, director, and screenwriter. Jeanne Moreau was born in Paris, the daughter of a French father and British mother. She studied at the Conservatoire d art dramatique in Paris with Denis d Inès. She became a stage actress at the… … Guide to cinema
Moreau, Jeanne — (1928 ) Actress, director, and screenwriter. Jeanne Moreau was born in Paris, the daughter of a French father and British mother. She studied at the Conservatoire d art dramatique in Paris with Denis d Inès. She became a stage actress at the… … Historical Dictionary of French Cinema
Moreau, Jeanne — • МОРО (Moreau) Жанна (р. 23.1.1928) франц. актриса. Получила театр. образование в Парижской консерватории. В 1948 52 играла в Комеди Франсез , затем в Нац. нар. т ре в Париже. В кино с 1948. Участие в ф. реж. Л. Маля Лифт на эшафот (1957) и… … Кино: Энциклопедический словарь
Moreau, Jeanne — born Jan. 23, 1928, Paris, France French film actress. At age 20 she became the youngest member of the Comédie Française. She made her screen debut in The Last Love (1949) and won acclaim for her roles in Louis Malle s Frantic (1957) and The… … Universalium
Moreau, Jeanne — ► (n. 1928) Actriz cinematográfica francesa. Películas: Moderato cantabile (1960), Los amantes (1961), Campanadas a medianoche (1965), La ausencia (1992) e Il manoscritto del principe (1999), entre otras. * * * (n. 23 ene. 1928, París, Francia).… … Enciclopedia Universal
Moreau, Jeanne — (January 23, 1928, Paris, France ) After her studies in dramatic arts at the Paris Conservatory with Denis d Inès, she became a member of the Comédie Française (1948 1952) before joining Jean Vilar s TNP (Théâtre National Populaire) in 1953.… … Encyclopedia of French film directors
Jeanne Moreau — en el Festival Internacional de Cine de San Sebastián 2006 Nombre real Jeanne Moreau Nacimiento … Wikipedia Español
Moreau — Moreau, Gustave Moreau, Jean Victor Moreau, Jeanne * * * (as used in expressions) Gottschalk, Louis Moreau Moreau, Gustave Moreau, Jeanne … Enciclopedia Universal
moreau — moreau, elle [ mɔro, ɛl ] adj. • morel v. 1240; lat. pop. °maurellus « brun comme un Maure » ♦ Se dit d un cheval qui est d un noir luisant. Chevaux moreaux, jument morelle. ♢ Subst. Un moreau. ⊗ HOM. Moraux (moral). Moreau (Gustave) (1826 1898)… … Encyclopédie Universelle
Jeanne — [jēn] n. a feminine name: dim. Jeannette: see JOANNA * * * (as used in expressions) Barry Marie Jeanne Bécu countess du Jeanne d Arc Mance Jeanne Marie Antoinette Josèphe Jeanne d Autriche Lorraine Moreau Jeanne Pompadour Jeanne Antoinette… … Universalium