Claude Nollier Net Worth

Claude Nollier was born on December 19, 2012 in  Paris, Ile-de-France, France, France, is Actress. An excellent actress, Claude Nollier remains too little known. Maybe because she made few films, but isn't quality better than quantity ? Whatever the truth, none of her appearances, whether an important movie like John Huston's Moulin Rouge (1952) or an artistic flop such as Les trafiquants de la mer (1947), leaves a normal viewer indifferent. Hieratically beautiful and terribly cold, Claude Nollier is most often chilling, invariably attracting resentment from the other characters in the movie in return. Fitting this type of role to perfection she is memorable as the murderess whose distant airs play against her in André Cayatte's court drama Justice est faite (1950); as Olga, the communist party envoy who must decide the life or death of the hero in Les mains sales (1951); as Fernandel's malevolent sister-in-law in Le printemps, l'automne et l'amour (1955); and, among others, as the governess driven by her latent lesbianism in Lewis Gilbert's cruel and sensitive The Greengage Summer (1961). Of course, as every rule has its exception, she had no difficulty in portraying Toulouse-Lautrec's adored (and adorable ?) mother in the already mentioned Moulin Rouge (1952). More active on the boards than on the big and the small screen, Claude Nollier's movie career should nevertheless not be overlooked as it is now. She is a great performer to rediscover.
Claude Nollier is a member of Actress

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day December 19, 2012
Birth Place  Paris, Ile-de-France, France, France
Birth Sign Capricorn

💰 Net worth: $100K - $1M

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A theatre Actress, she joined the Comédie Française in 1946 to 1951. She began a modest cinematic career during the 1940s. She most notably worked with André Cayatte, John Huston and Sacha Guitry. She is best known for playing the role of Joan of Arc on a number of occasions for the Opéra de Paris, in Jeanne au bûcher, by Paul Claudel and Arthur Honegger.