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Brigitte Roüan

Brigitte Roüan

Brigitte Rouan was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Rouan kickstarted her acting career in various films such as the Niels Arestrup sci-fi flick "Tomorrow's Children" (1976), "Paradiso" (1977) and "Cause toujours... tu m'interesses!" (1978) with Annie Girardot. She also appeared in "Le Mors aux dents" (1979) with Jacques Dutronc, "Mon oncle d'Amerique" (1980) with Gérard Depardieu and the Delphine Seyrig drama "Le Grain de Sable" (1983). Her film career continued throughout the nineties in productions like "Outremer" (1991), the Marc Vidal drama "Le Bar des Rails" (1992) and "Olivier, Olivier" (1993). She also appeared in the drama "Peche Veniel... Peche Mortel" (1994) with Nini Crepon. Recently, she tackled roles in the dramatic adaptation "A Mort la mort!" (1999) with Romain Goupil, the dramatic comedy "Inseparables" (1999) with Catherine Frot and "Venus Beauty Institute (French)" (2000). She also appeared in "Sa mere, la pute" (2001) and the comedic drama "De l'amour" (2001) with Virginie Ledoyen. Rouan most recently acted in the Alain Libolt drama "Out 1: Noli Me Tangere" (2015).
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