Actress Mylène Demongeot died Thursday at 87

Actress Mylène Demongeot died at 87, learned Thursday, December 1 France Blue Mayenne in a statement from his press secretary, confirming information from Free lunch. “It is with deep emotion and great sadness that we inform you of the death of actress Mylène Demongeot on December 1 at the age of 87”writes his press officer.

Mylène Demongeot, whose real name is Marie-Hélène Demongeot, had shared the bill with many big names in cinema: Yves Montand in The Witches of SalemHenri Vidal in Be beautiful and stop talkingDavid Niven in Hello SadnessAlain Delon in Weak WomenDirk Bogarde in The Black Rideror even Louis de Funès and Jean Marais in the series of Fantomasalternating blockbusters and auteur cinema.

More recently, she had filmed under the direction of Olivier Marchal in 36 Quai des GoldsmithsCedric Kahn in Red lightsEmmanuel Bercot in She leavesThomas Gilou in Retirement home, or even Fabien Onteniente in Camping (1,2 and 3).

A career in film, theater and television

Born in Nice in 1935, Mylène Demongeot married the photographer Henry Coste in 1958. She then married a second time to Marc Simenon, in 1966, son of the writer Georges Simenon and died in 1999. She lived in the South -Mayenne for about ten years, specifies France Bleu Mayenne. Present in cinema, theater and television, Mylène Demongeot had also published several books, autobiographical stories and essays. His latest book, dear scammerspublished in 2019 by L’Archipel, recounted his financial misadventures with his wealth advisor.

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Mylène Demongeot had presented herself as a candidate in the 1992 regional elections in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur on Bernard Tapie’s Énergie Sud list in the Bouches-du-Rhône. She was a member of the honorary committee of the Association for the Right to Die with Dignity (ADMD).

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