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Also Known As: Died: November 4, 1966
Born: January 11, 1896 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: screenwriter, author

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Christine Pascal was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1979, she appeared in Andre Wajda's "Les demoiselles de wilko/The Young Women of Wilko." In 1992, she directed "Le petit prince a dit/The Little Prince Said", co-written and produced by husaband Robert Boner. In 1994, she appeared in Jacques Audiard's "See How They Fall." In 1995, she directed her last film "Adultere: Mode d'Emploi/Adultery: A User's Guide." Pascal's earliest roles were in film, including the Philippe Noiret drama "L' Horloger de St Paul" (1972), "Les Guichets du Louvre" (1974) and the Patrick Dewaere drama "La Meilleure facon de marcher" (1975). She also appeared in "Que la fete commence..." (1975), "L' Imprecateur" (1977) and "Des Enfants Gates" (1977). Her passion for acting continued to her roles in projects like the drama "Panny z Wilka" (1979) with Daniel Olbrychski, the Patrick Dewaere drama "The Best Way" (1980) and "Le Chemin Perdu" (1980). She also appeared in "Faux Fuyants" (1983). Nearing the end of her career, she continued to act in the Roland Giraud comedy "Promis... jure!" (1987), the Anémone comedy "Le Grand Chemin" (1988) and the drama "La Travestie" (1988) with Anna Galiena. She...

Christine Pascal was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1979, she appeared in Andre Wajda's "Les demoiselles de wilko/The Young Women of Wilko." In 1992, she directed "Le petit prince a dit/The Little Prince Said", co-written and produced by husaband Robert Boner. In 1994, she appeared in Jacques Audiard's "See How They Fall." In 1995, she directed her last film "Adultere: Mode d'Emploi/Adultery: A User's Guide." Pascal's earliest roles were in film, including the Philippe Noiret drama "L' Horloger de St Paul" (1972), "Les Guichets du Louvre" (1974) and the Patrick Dewaere drama "La Meilleure facon de marcher" (1975). She also appeared in "Que la fete commence..." (1975), "L' Imprecateur" (1977) and "Des Enfants Gates" (1977). Her passion for acting continued to her roles in projects like the drama "Panny z Wilka" (1979) with Daniel Olbrychski, the Patrick Dewaere drama "The Best Way" (1980) and "Le Chemin Perdu" (1980). She also appeared in "Faux Fuyants" (1983). Nearing the end of her career, she continued to act in the Roland Giraud comedy "Promis... jure!" (1987), the Anémone comedy "Le Grand Chemin" (1988) and the drama "La Travestie" (1988) with Anna Galiena. She also appeared in the Philippe Leotard drama "La Couleur du vent" (1988). Pascal was most recently credited in the drama "And the Little Prince Said" (1998) with Richard Berry. Pascal's husband was Richard Boner. Pascal passed away in August 1996 at the age of 43.

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