French actor best known for mainstream films who earned her place in the New Wave pantheon with her performance in Jean-Luc Godard’s Weekend Mireille Darc, who has died aged 79, was a French film star known for her zestful appearances in a string of popular sex comedies and cops and robbers movies. Show More Summary
A model-turned-actress who became an icon of French cinema in the 1960s and 1970s is dead at 79. Mireille Darc died today in Paris, according to media reports. She reportedly suffered from poor health in recent years, including having open-heart...
Darc, with a distinctive blond bob, was a fixture on French screens in the 1960s and 1970s
Mireille Darc, a star of French cinema in the 1970s who caused a sensation in a plunging backless gown in "The Tall Blond Man With One Black Shoe", died on Sunday night at age 79, her agent said. Darc passed away at her home in Paris,...Show More Summary
Mireille Darc has died aged 79, her family said on Monday. The French actress, who began her career in the 1960's, had played in about fifty films and was actor Alain Delon’s longtime companion.
An icon of French cinema and a frequent collaborator of Georges Lautner and Alain Delon, Mireille Darc has died. Her family confirmed the news to French media outlets this morning saying she passed away during the night on Sunday. She was 79. Darc, who was born in 1938, was often compared to Brigitte Bardot. Show More Summary