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Mireille Perrey

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Mireille Perrey
Born3 February 1904
Died8 May 1991
Other namesCamille Mireille Perret
Years active1931 - 1980 (film)

Mireille Perrey (1904–1991) was a French stage and film actress.[1] Perrey played some leading roles in the 1930s but gradually developed into a character actor, appearing in films such as the British comedy Hotel Sahara (1951). In 1964 she featured in The Umbrellas of Cherbourg.

Between 1942 and 1947 she was a member of the Comédie-Française.


Year Title Role Notes
1931 Pas sur la bouche Gilberte Valandray
1931 Je serai seule après minuit Monique Argilliers
1933 The Porter from Maxim's Totoche
1934 L'école des contribuables Juliette Valtier
1934 Dédé Odette Chausson
1935 Juanita Juanita - une jolie Tzigane
1935 Jim la houlette Pauline Bretonneau
1936 The Lover of Madame Vidal Françoise Charny
1936 La souris bleue Madame Rigaud
1936 Les petites alliées Mandarine
1937 Mon deputé et sa femme La baronne de la Carbonnière
1937 La fessée Hermine Chauchois
1938 Éducation de prince Gisèle Beryl
1939 Une java Marie Cerval
1942 Nadia la femme traquée Nadia
1943 Jeannou Conchita de Cantagril
1946 Patrie Catherine Jonas
1946 Rooster Heart Mme Bourride, dite :Vera
1949 Doctor Laennec Jacquemine d'Argout-Laennec
1949 Toâ Françoise
1950 Miquette Madame veuve Hermine Grandier
1950 Le Rosier de madame Husson Countess de Blonville
1950 Meurtres ? Blanche Annequin
1951 Les maîtres-nageurs Hélène Marchand
1951 Dr. Knock Mme Rémy
1951 Hotel Sahara Mme. Pallas
1952 L'Amour, Madame Madame Célerier
1953 Carnaval Isabelle
1953 The Earrings of Madame de... La Nourrice
1954 Adam Is Eve Mme Corinne
1955 La villa Sans-Souci Mme. Legardon
1955 Tant qu'il y aura des femmes Juliette Mithouard
1957 The Man in the Raincoat Marguerite Constantin Uncredited
1957 Donnez-moi ma chance Mme Noblet
1958 Women's Prison Mme Vertin - la mère de René
1959 The Green Mare La mère Haudouin
1960 Certains l'aiment froide Maman
1960 The Hands of Orlac Madame Aliberti
1961 Le Tracassin La patronne du babilys
1964 The Umbrellas of Cherbourg Tante Élise
1971 Un peu de soleil dans l'eau froide


  1. ^ Goble p.328


  • Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.

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