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Colette Brosset (1922–2007)

Colette Brosset was born on February 21, 1922 in Paris, France as Colette Marie Claudette Brosset. She was an actress and writer, known for La Grande Vadrouille (1966), Shut Up, Gulli (1974) and Peek-a-boo (1954). She was married to Robert Dhéry. She died on March 1, 2007 in Paris. See full bio »


(age 85) in Paris, France

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Shut Up, Gulli Annick Kenavec
Peek-a-boo Colette Brosset, de l'abri des jeunes filles


Hide Hide Show Show Actress (24 credits)
 1988 Série noire (TV Series)
- Le manteau de Saint Martin (1988) ... Ninon
 1987 Qui c'est ce garçon? (TV Mini-Series)
La grand-mère
- Le grand mariage (1987) ... La grand-mère
- Les amours de Justine (1987) ... La grand-mère
 1974 Shut Up, Gulli
Annick Kenavec
 1972 Aujourd'hui à Paris (TV Movie)
 1969 Three Men on a Horse
 1968 The Little Bather
Charlotte Castagnier
 1966 La Grande Vadrouille
 1966 Is Paris Burning? (uncredited)
 1966 Adieux de Tabarin (TV Movie)
Loie Graham
 1965 La communale
 1964 The Counterfeit Constable
Lady Yvette Brisburn 'Vévette'
 1963 Le café liegeois (Short)
La dame
 1961 The American Beauty
Paulette Perrignon
 1954 Peek-a-boo
Colette Brosset, de l'abri des jeunes filles
 1952 Love Is Not a Sin
Éliane Cahuzac
 1951 Bernard and the Lion
 1949 Crazy Show
 1949 I Like Only You
 1947 En êtes-vous bien sûr?
l'employée amoureuse de Coco
 1946 Master Love
 1946 Star Without Light
Show Show Writer (3 credits)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (2 credits)
Show Show Self (17 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

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She performed in Robert Dehry's revue, "La Plume De Ma Tante," at the Garrick Theatre in London, England with Robert Dhery in the cast. Alec Shanks was director. See more »

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5' 2½" (1.59 m)

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