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Mireille Dargent

Mireille Dargent
Born Mireille d'Argent
1951
France
Occupation Actress
Years active 1971–1976

Mireille Dargent (born 1951) is a French film actress.

Career

She is best known for appearing in Jean Rollin films, most notably her role in the horror classic Requiem for a Vampire, alongside Marie-Pierre Castel in the two leading roles. When an agent introduced Mireille to Rollin, Rollin discovered he was stealing her wages and keeping them for himself, at this point he hired a lawyer and the agent was made to pay back everything to Mireille.[1] Her other appearances in Rollin's films include La Rose de Fer (The Iron Rose), Les Démoniaques (The Demoniacs) and Lévres de Sang (Lips of Blood). Mireille has also worked with directors Pierre Chevalier, Marius Lesoeur and Jacques Orth. She has been credited in her films as "Dily D'Argent" and "Dily Dargent".

Filmography

  • 1971: Requiem pour un Vampire - 'Michelle'
  • 1973: Avortement clandestni! - 'Sophie Beltois'
  • 1973: La Rose de Fer - 'Clown'
  • 1974: Les Démoniaques - 'Clown'
  • 1975: Lévres de Sang
  • 1976: Paris Porno

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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