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Since 2008, two computer screens at the entry gate enable visitors to locate specific tombs before they go in.
- Josephine Baker, American dancer, entertainer and war hero and her fourth husband, composer Jo Bouillon
- Marie Bell and her husband Jean Chevrier, actors
- Anthony Burgess, writer
- Silas Burroughs, pharmacist
- Léo Ferré, poet and composer
- Jean-Michel Folon, artist
- Roger Moore, actor known for playing James Bond in films
- Princess Ashraf Pahlavi, twin sister of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the last Shah of Iran, and a member of the Pahlavi dynasty
Two British soldiers of the First World War are buried at the cemetery; Private A. C. V. Dyer of the Royal Medical Corps, who died in May 1917 aged 22, and Captain Leo Lucas Ralli (of the Ralli baronets) of the Army Service Corps who died in April 1917 aged 33.
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