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Born in Oran, France [now Algeria]

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Nicole Garcia was born on April 22, 1946 in Oran, France. She is an actress and writer, known for My American Uncle (1980), Alias Betty (2001) and Le fils préféré (1994).

Trivia (5)

Member of jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 2000
Studied drama at the CNSAD (Conservatoire National supérieur d'art dramatique - Paris) and, from there went on to study law at university after several minor film parts.
Was the inspiration for an character in "L'Inceste" (1999), a novel by Christine Angot.
She directed 3 full length feature films that were screened in competition at the Cannes Film Festival: The Adversary (2002), Charlie Says (2006) and From the Land of the Moon (2016). None of these movies received a single award from the jury.
Has two literary roles in common with Emmanuelle Riva: Thérese Desqueyroux, which Riva portrayed in the cinematic feature Therese (1962) and its TV sequel La fin de la nuit (1966) (and she took on in La fin de la nuit (2015), a more recent TV adaptation of the second novel) and Barny in an episode of La grande collection (1991), a role previously played by Riva in Léon Morin, Priest (1961). The two actresses worked together in A Greek Type of Problem (2012).

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