Suzanne Cloutier
Canadian actor
Suzanne Cloutier
Suzanne Cloutier was a Canadian film actress. She was born in Ottawa, Ontario. In 1952 she appeared in the film Derby Day as a maid who wins a trip to the Epsom Derby in the company of a famous film star. She appeared as Desdemona in Orson Welles' 1952 film adaptation of Othello. In 1953, she met Peter Ustinov while acting in a play, No Sign of the Dove. They married in 1954 and had three children, Andrea, Igor and Pavla, before divorcing in 1971.
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Les Dumas reprennent vie - L'Union
Google News - almost 6 years
Virevoltante, entonnant des airs d'opéra, elle a interprété quatre fois, au cours de la nuit, ce spectacle conçu spécialement pour la soirée par Suzanne Cloutier et Caroline Chaudré du collectif « la Rivière qui chante »
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WHAT'S ON TONIGHT
NYTimes - over 11 years
9 P.M. (CBS) TWO AND A HALF MEN -- Cloris Leachman guest-stars as a wealthy neighbor who wants to get very friendly with the mild-mannered Alan (Jon Cryer, left, with Ms. Leachman), despite a considerable age difference. (Ms. Leachman is 79 to Mr. Cryer's 40.) At the same time, Alan's young son, Jake (Angus T. Jones), may be watching too much
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Sir Peter Ustinov, 82, Witty Entertainer Who Was a World Unto Himself, Is Dead
NYTimes - almost 13 years
Peter Ustinov, the hair-trigger wit with the avuncular charm whose 60-year career amounted to a revolving series of star turns as actor, playwright, novelist, director and raconteur, died on Sunday at a clinic near his home in Bursins, Switzerland. He was 82. Sir Peter had suffered for years from the effects of diabetes and, more recently, a
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - over 24 years
As BEATRICE WELLES-SMITH, the youngest of Orson Welles's three daughters, sees it, the attention being given his film "Othello" is long overdue -- by four decades. "Finally, people are taking notice," Mrs. Welles-Smith said from her home in Las Vegas, Nev., yesterday. "This movie has been totally ignored for almost 40 years." On Tuesday, she leaves
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Critic's Notebook; Welles's 'Othello,' Crowned in Glory
NYTimes - almost 25 years
ORSON WELLES'S screen adaptation of "Othello" shared the top prize at the 1952 Cannes Film Festival with Renato Castellani's sentimental Italian comedy "Two Cents Worth of Hope," approximately four years, three Iagos and a half-dozen Desdemonas after Welles began production in Italy in the summer of 1948. The Castellani film went on to please
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FILM; Welles's 'Othello' Made Chaos Into an Art Form
NYTimes - almost 25 years
On Sept. 12, 1955, "Othello," a film produced and directed by Orson Welles and based on the Shakespearean tragedy, opened at the Paris Theater in New York. Reviewing it in The Times, Bosley Crowther wrote: "There are flashes of brilliant suggestion in this tumbled, slurred and helter-skelter film. But they add up to nothing substantial -- just a
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2003
    Age 79
    She died of liver cancer in 2003, aged 80.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1953
    Age 29
    In 1953, she met Peter Ustinov while acting in a play, No Sign of the Dove. They married in 1954 and had three children, Andrea, Igor and Pavla, before divorcing in 1971.
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  • 1952
    Age 28
    She appeared as Desdemona in Orson Welles' 1952 film adaptation of Othello.
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    She was born in Ottawa, Ontario. In 1952 she appeared in the film Derby Day as a maid who wins a trip to the Epsom Derby in the company of a famous film star.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1923
    Born
    Born on July 10, 1923.
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