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Rosy Varte, French actress, died she was 88.


Rosy Varte[1]
was a Turkish-born French actress of Armenian descent died she was 88.. She appeared in
95 film and television shows since 1949. She starred in the 1972 film The Bar at the Crossing, which was entered into the 22nd Berlin International Film Festival.[2] She was a voice actress in the car­toon West­ern movies, Daisy Town (1971, as Lulu Cara­bine) and La Bal­lade des Dalton (1978, as Miss Worthlesspenny).[3]
Born Nevarte Manouelian in Istanbul, Turkey,
she emigrated to France at an early age. She appeared in come­dies.
From 1985-93, she had the title role (Maguy Boissier) in 333 episodes of
the hit TV series Maguy, co-starring with Jean-Marc Thibault on Antenne 2. In 2007, she won the 7 d’Or award for Best Actress for playing Maguy Boissier.

(22 November 1923 – 14 January 2012)

Death

She died 14 January 2012 at the Amer­i­can Hos­pi­tal in Neuilly-sur-Seine,
aged 88, following a battle with bron­chi­tis, which degen­er­ated into
a lung infec­tion, said her hus­band, direc­tor Pierre Badel.[3]

Selected filmography

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