Known on her behalf villainous function in the 1970 Billy Wilder film The Personal Life of Sherlock Holmes and on her behalf performances in such 1950s and ’60s motion pictures as Belle de Jour, Un Cid, and Foreign Intrigue, this well-known French actress acquired a far more than five-decade profession in French, American, British, and Italian motion pictures. She produced her cinematic debut in the 1951 film Pas de Pitié put les Femmes. She distributed the display screen with Ava Gardner and Omar Sharif in the 1968 film Mayerling. Delivered Geneviève Bonjean, she was raised in Paris as the kid of artwork collector Jacques Paul Bonjean. Her decades-long relationship to Jean-Claude Bujard led to two kids. She made an appearance with Adam Garner in the Academy Award-winning American film Grand Prix.