Monday, April 28, 2014

RIP Micheline Dax

Micheline Dax has died

Le Parisien
By Staff
April 28, 2014
Micheline Dax actress, who has made a successful career in theater and film, primarily in comedies, died Sunday in Paris.
The curtain falls on one of the queens of French comedy. The actress Micheline Dax, just disappeared. She was 90 years old. It is her agent Jean- Pierre Noël, who announced the sad news to AFP Monday, April 28.
Emblematic figure of the cinema with a filmography to rival starlets , but also television personality and theater , the soprano had participated in a tour with the great Charles Aznavour and is the first part of Edith Piaf.
Married to actor Jacques Bodoin since the 1960s, Michelle Dax leaves behind a daughter , Veronique Bodoin, actress and TV host. Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters, she also made ​​a chevalier of the Légion d'honneur in 2012.
Micheline Etevenon born March 3, 1924, Micheline Dax, who began her great career after the famous Simon course, had also lent her voice to Miss Piggy, the famous slut Muppet Show and Ursula in The Little Mermaid, Calamity Jane Lucky Luke in or Maa sheep in Babe: Pig became a shepherd. Very popular on television in the 1970s and 1980s, she was a regular guest on game shows including "Les Jeux de 20 Heures" and "l'Académie des neuf".
Friday, April 25, two days before her death, the comedy "Un Beau Salaud", she created in 1987 with Jean- Jacques Dax was still being played on the boards of the Forge of Barsac, Gironde. A great lady has left us.
DAX, Micheline (Micheline Josette Renée Etevenon)
Born: 3/3/1924 in Paris, Île de France, France
Died: 4/27/2004, Île-de-France, France
Micheline Dax’s western – voice actress:
Lucky Luke (TV) – 1984 [French voice of Calamity Jane]

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