Remembered on her behalf seductress roles in People from france films from the 1940s and ’50s, Carol (blessed Marie-Louise Jeanne Nicolle Mourer) could very well be most well-known for starring in the 1955, Potential Ophuls-directed feature Lola Montes. After schooling at Rene Simon’s Parisian dilemma school, she produced her theatrical and film debuts in the first 1940s. Her personal lifestyle was proclaimed by drug complications, an attempted suicide, and an occurrence where she was briefly abducted with the infamous legal Pierre Loutrel (also called “Crazy Pete”). Her initial relationship — to Lana Turner’s ex-husband Joseph Stephen Crane — lasted from 1948 until 1953. Her staying three relationships — to movie director Christian-Jaque, doctor Andre Rouveix, and businessman Mike Eland — had been also short. When Brigitte Bardot increased to fame within the last many years of the 1950s, Carol’s profession begun to fade.