Geneviève Kervine (1931–1989) was a French film actress. Born in Dakar in French Senegal, she emerged as a star in the 1950s and was awarded with the Prix Suzanne Bianchetti for the most promising actress in 1955. She was married to the singer and actor Jean Bretonnière.
|Born||27 June 1931|
|Died||5 September 1989|
|Years active||1953-1980 (film)|
Kervine was active on stage and in French film productions from 1952 to 1962. Film roles included Les Nuits de Montmartre (1955, based on a novel by Claude Orval), and the female lead in Alerte au Deuxieme Bureau (1956). Her last film role was in C'est Pas Moi, C'est L'autre (1962).
Geneviéve Kervine was married to actor and singer Jean Bretonnière in 1967. They had a son, Marc Bretonnière, who also became an actor, especially successful in voice parts (he was the French voice of Darth Maul, for example). She was 58 when she died from cancer in Paris, in 1989.
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