The actress Veronica Virlojeux, said Veronique Silver, left us. The actress died at the age of 77 years, last July 24.
Silver appeared in more than forty films. It began in 1954 under the direction of Sacha Guitry in Si Versailles me counted. She attracted the attention of movie goers in the role of Madam Jouve in 1981's “The Woman Next Door”, a beautiful film by Francois Truffaut starring Fanny Ardant and Gerard Depardieu. Veronique Silver worked with some great filmmakers such as Claude Miller, Alain Renais, Jacques Pinoteau and Jacques Doillon. Recently, she played the role of a client of the marriage bureau in “Je vous trouve très beau” the first film by director Isabella Mergault. She appeared in her last film in 2007 under the direction of Noemie Lvovsky in “Faut que ça danse”. She was the wife of the actor Henry Virlojeux, who died in 1995.
SILVER, Veronique (Louise Isabelle Maria Puret)
Born: 9/2/1931, Amiens, Somme, France
Died: 7/24/2010, Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Veronique Silver's western – actress:
Fortune (TV) - 1967