Renée Simonot

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Renée Simonot

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Renée Simonot was born on September 10, 1911 and is 110 years old now.

Birthday: September 10, 1911
How Old - Age: 110

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Renée Simonot - Biography

Renée-Jeanne Simonot (born 10 September 1911) is a French actress. She was married to actor Maurice Dorléac, and is the mother of actresses Catherine Deneuve and Françoise Dorléac, and grandmother of actors Christian Vadim and Chiara Mastroianni.Personal life and career Born in Le Havre, France, she debuted at the Odeon Theatre in 1918 at the age of 7. Primarily a stage actress, she remained there for 28 years, holding the post of "leading lady". Her daughter Catherine chose to use her maiden name, Deneuve, as her stage name. Simonot is Renée's stage name, which she took from an opera singer and family friend.Renée Simonot was one of the first French actresses to begin the dubbing of American films in France from the beginning of the talkies in 1929 through the 1930s. She was the voice of Olivia de Havilland (in most of her films), Sylvia Sidney, Judy Garland and Esther Williams, among others.She had her first daughter, Danielle, out of wedlock on 15 December 1936 with actor Aimé Clariond. While dubbing for MGM, she met Maurice Dorléac and they married in 1940. The couple had three daughters: Françoise (21 March 1942 – 26 June 1967; car accident), Catherine (born 22 October 1943) and Sylvie (born 14 December 1946). Simonot has been a widow since 1979 and lives in Paris at age 105.

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