Suzy Delair is confirmed dead at the age of 102.
Suzy was best known as a French actress (Quai des Orfèvres).
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Suzy Delair
Suzanne Pierrette Delaire

(1917-12-31)31 December 1917
OccupationActress, singer
Suzy Delair (born Suzanne Pierrette Declair on 31 December 1917) was a French actress and singer. She turned 100 in December 2017.
1 Film
2 Music
3 Personal life
4 Selected filmography
5 References
6 External links
Born in Paris, she acted in films directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot, Jean Dréville, Jean Grémillon, Marcel L'Herbier, Christian-Jaque, Marcel Carné, Luchino Visconti, René Clément, and Gérard Oury.
In 1947, Delair had a supporting role in Murder Lives at 21, which had its American premiere in New York City. Today's audiences probably know her best as the feminine lead in the Laurel and Hardy comedy Atoll K (also known as Utopia), filmed in France and released in 1951.
February 28, 1948, she sang C'est si bon at the Hotel Negresco during the first Nice Jazz Festival. Louis Armstrong was present and loved the song. June 26, 1950, he recorded the American version of the song (English lyrics by Jerry Seelen) in New York City with Sy Oliver and his Orchestra. When it was released, the disc was a worldwide success and the song was then performed by the greatest international singers and used in film and television.
Personal life
For several years, Delair was the companion of French film director, producer and screenwriter Henri-Georges Clouzot.
Selected filmography
A Caprice of Pompadour (Willy Wolff et Joë Hamman, 1931) – Une soubrette de la Pompadour
Imperial Violets (Henri Roussell), 1932)
La Dame de chez Maxim's (Alexander Korda), 1933)
Let's Touch Wood (1933) – La petite compagne d'amusement
Professeur Cupidon (1933)
Casanova (1934)
Poliche (1934) – Une Danseuse (uncredited)
The Depression Is Over (Robert Siodmak, 1934)
The Crisis is Over (1934) – (uncredited)
Dédé (Abel Gance), 1934) – Poliche (uncredited)
Gold in the Street (K. Bernhardt), 1934) – Madeleine – l'amie de Gaby
Ferdinand le noceur (1935) – Madame Alice – Une prostituée de la maison close (uncredited)
Les Sœurs Hortensias (1935) – Une femme au cabaret (uncredited)
Prends la route (Jean Boyer), 1936)
Trois Six Neuf (Raymond Rouleau, 1937)
The Last One of the Six (Georges Lacombe, 1941) – Mila Malou
The Murderer Lives at Number 21 (Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1942) - Mila Malou
Défense d'aimer (Richard Pottier, 1942) – Totte
La Vie de Bohème (Marcel L'Herbier, 1945) – Phémie / Femia
Confessions of a Rogue (Jean Dréville, 1947) – Coralin–
Quai des Orfèvres / Jenny Lamour (Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1947) – Jenny Lamour
Par la fenêtre (Gilles Grangier, 1948) – Fernande
White Paws (Jean Grémillon, 1949) – Odette Kerouan
I'm in the Revue (Mario Soldati, 1950) – La Chanteuse
Lady Paname (Henri Jeanson, 1950) – Raymonde Bosset, dite Caprice
Lost Souvenirs (Christian-Jaque, 1950) – Suzy Henebey (episode "Une couronne mortuaire")
Utopia (Léo Joannon, 1951) – Chérie Lamour
Fly in the Ointment (Guy Lefranc, 1955) – Lucette Gauthier
Fernandel the Dressmaker (Jean Boyer, 1956) – Adrienne Vignard
Gervaise (René Clément, 1956) – Virginie Poisson
The Regattas of San Francisco (Claude Autant-Lara, 1960) - Lucilla
Rocco e i suoi fratelli ("Rocco and his Brothers", Luchino Visconti, 1960) – Luisa
Du Mouron pour les petits oiseaux ("Chicken Feed for Little Birds", Marcel Carné, 1963) – Antoinette – la bouchère
Paris brûle-t-il? (René Clément, 1966) – A Parisienne (uncredited)
The Mad Adventures of "Rabbi" Jacob (Gérard Oury, 1973) – Germaine Pivert
Forget Me, Mandoline (1976) – Mireille
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