Françoise Lugagne (1914–1991) was a French stage, film and television actress. She was married to the Belgian actor Raymond Rouleau and appeared alongside him in the 1945 fashion house drama Paris Frills as his spurned love interest.
|Born||10 August 1914|
|Died||5 May 1991|
|Years active||1945-1983 (film & TV)|
|1950||Beware of Blondes||Janine Lambert|
|1957||The Crucible||Jane Putnam|
|1964||Diary of a Chambermaid||Mme Monteil|
|1970||Tropic of Cancer||Iréne|
|1971||Les stances à Sophie||Mme Aignan|
|1971||Le Prussien||Lucie||TV movie|
|1974||Plaies et bosses||Norah||TV movie|
|1978||Dossier 51||Madame Auphal|
|1983||The Little Bunch||La vieille dame||(final film role)|
- Rège p.890
- Philippe Rège. Encyclopedia of French Film Directors, Volume 1. Scarecrow Press, 2009.
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