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Arielle Dombasle

French-American celebrity and singer most widely known in the performing world on her behalf roles over the series Miami Vice and in movies like 1983’s Pauline at the Seaside. She began launching music in the first 80’s, performing on singles like “Paris m’a Seduit” and “Cantate 78.” She and her sibling was raised in Mexico and afterwards studied on the Conservatoire International de Musique de Paris in France. She produced her film performing debut in 1978’s Perceval. She composed the screenplays for the 1982 film Chasse-Crois as well as the 1988 film Les Pyramides Bleues. She was wedded to dental practitioner Paul Albou from 1976 to 1985. She wedded philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy in 1993. She co-starred with professional Fred Ward in the 1995 film The Blue Villa.

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