French supercentenarian who lived until age group 122, which at that time was the longest confirmed human life time ever sold. She fulfilled Vincent Vehicle Gogh at age group 13 and discovered him to become “Dirty, badly outfitted, and disagreeable.” She acknowledged her remarkable longevity to essential olive oil, which she utilized generously on her behalf food and pores and skin and a diet plan of port wines and on the subject of 1kg of chocolates weekly. Her parents had been Nicolas Calment and Marguerite Gilles. She and her spouse, Fernand Nicolas Calment, welcomed a child called Yvonne Marie Nicolle Calment, in 1898. She offered coloured pencils to the fantastic artist Vincent Vehicle Gogh.
|1||Daughter, Yvonne, died at age 36, in 1934, from pneumonia. She and Fernand Calment raised her son, Frederic, who became a doctor. Frederic died in 1963, in a motorcycle accident.|
|2||On October 17, 1995, when she reached the age of 120 years and 238 days, she surpassed Shigechiyo Izumi as the oldest living person in recorded history.|
|3||She lived to the amazing age of 122.|
|4||In 1996, she performed (speaking) on a rap/techno record for the benefit of her nursing home.|
|5||Was the subject of the documentary short Au-delà de 120 ans avec Jeanne Calment (1995).|
|6||Knew Vincent van Gogh when she was young, and in consequence became the oldest person to appear in a film when she played herself in Vincent et moi (1990). At the time of her appearence in this film, she was 114 years old. This may be varified at the Guinness World Records web site.|
|7||In 1966 she made a type of deal common in France, where she sold the right to occupy her apartment after she died in return for a monthly payment until then. The would-be occupant died in 1996 aged 77.|
|8||Recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest person (with proof of age) in the history of the world.|
|Intresseklubben||2014||TV Series 1 episode|
|Au-delà de 120 ans avec Jeanne Calment||1995||Herself|
|Vincent and Me||1990||Herself|
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|1||There are so many good authors; there's no shortage of them.|
|2||I'm not afraid of anything.|
|3||I've only got one wrinkle, and I'm sitting on it.|
|4||I'm interested in everything but passionate about nothing.|
|5||I took pleasure when I could. I acted clearly and morally and without regret. I'm very lucky.|
|6||Excuse me if I'm clinging on to life, but my parents wove me from tight thread.|
|7||Not having children is one less worry. Children are a worry!|
|8||I wait for death and journalists.|
|9||I'd like to go to the Moon.|
|10||All babies are beautiful.|
|11||In life, people sometimes make rotten deals.|
|12||Wit doesn't make girls pretty.|
|13||I've been forgotten by our Good Lord.|
|14||I see badly, I hear badly, and I feel bad, but everything's fine.|
|15||I think I will die laughing.|
|16||I have legs of iron, but to tell you the truth, they're starting to rust and buckle a bit.|
|17||I didn't like mundane life.|
|18||Always keep your smile. That's how I explain my long life.|
|19||He who hugs too much, hugs badly!|
|20||Death doesn't frighten me; now I can think peacefully of ending a long life.|
|21||Every age has its happiness and troubles.|
|22||I never wear mascara; I laugh until I cry too often.|
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