- Arnaud, Michèle
- (Micheline Caré / March 18, 1919, Toulon, Var, France - March 30, 1998, Maisons-Laffitte, Yvelines, France)Parallel to her studies of literature and law, she frequented such cabarets as Le Tabou and La Rose Rouge. She made her debut as singer at Milord l'Arsouille in 1952. In the early 1960s, she switched to production for TV (1963 Les Raisins verts, variety show, also co-screenwriter, Jean-Christophe Averty; 1966-1968 Tilt Magazine, variety show, Pierre Des-fons, Jean-Pierre Spiero; 1967 Anna, TV movie, Pierre Koralnik) and films (1972 Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii / Pink Floyd à Pompéi / Pink Floyd in Pompeii / Pink Floyd / USA: Echoes: Pink Floyd, as associate producer; Adrian Maben, France / Belgium / West Germany; 1976 Os-kar Kokoschka, documentary, as associate producer, Gianpaolo Tescari; 1978 Monsieur René Magritte / USA: Magritte, documentary, medium-length, Adrian Maben, West Germany / France). She appeared as herself in half a dozen episodes of Ni Figue ni Raisin (1964-1965) and in a musical TV short (1965 Seul à Seul / Onder vier ogen, Serge Leroy, Belgium). Her son is former singer Dominique Waller (b. 1942), and her daughter is photographer Florence Gruère (b. 1943).Filmography1974 ◘ Virage à 80 (documentary; also screenwriter, producer)
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