Michèle Verly (real name Michèle Armande Houillon) (19 July 1909 – 3 March 1952) was a French stage and film actress. She was managing director of the Théâtre Gramont from August 1945 until her untimely death. She died in the 1952 Air France SNCASE Languedoc crash and is buried in the Batignolles Cemetery (31st division) in Paris.
They Were Five (1936)
The Lady of Lebanon (1934)
The Chocolate Girl (1932)
Our Masters, the Servants (1930)
La maison des hommes vivants (1929)
Les taciturnes (1929)
Monte Cristo (1929)
Le Passager (1928)
Deathday1952-03-03 (42 years old)
Birth nameMichèle Armande Houillon
Place of birth8th arrondissement of Paris, France
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