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Lucienne Hamon

Highest Rated: 90% The Lovers (1958)

Lowest Rated: 17% Ouch (2000)

Birthday: Aug 22, 1930

Birthplace: Montrouge, Seine , Île-de-France, France

Lucienne Hamon was an actress who founded her entertainment career success with roles in film. Hamon's earliest roles were in film, including "Un Peu, beaucoup, passionnement" (1970), the Sterling Hayden experimental "Le Grand Depart" (1972) and the Michel Piccoli drama "Grandeur Nature" (1975). She also appeared in "L' Amour viole" (1978) with Nathalie Nell and "Un Neveu Silencieux" (1978). She continued to work steadily in film throughout the seventies and the eighties, appearing in "Premier Voyage" (1979), the drama "Enigma" (1983) with Martin Sheen and "La Vie est un roman" (1983). She also appeared in the drama "Cours prive" (1986) with Michel Aumont and the Philippe Vuillemin period drama "Mystere Alexina" (1986). Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in the Philippe Leotard drama "La Couleur du vent" (1988), the Patrick Bruel crime flick "Force Majeure" (1989) and "Becoming Colette" (1992) with Klaus Maria Brandauer. She also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "La Maladie de Sachs" (1999) with Albert Dupontel. She also was featured in the TV movie "Target of Suspicion" (USA, 1993-94). Hamon most recently acted in the comedy "Ouch!" (2001) with André Dussollier.

Highest rated movies

The Lovers
Life is a Bed of Roses
Ouch

Filmography

Movies

Credit
17% No Score Yet Ouch Aïe's mother (Character) $8.3K 2000
No Score Yet No Score Yet Becoming Colette Sido (Character) - 1992
78% 44% Life is a Bed of Roses Juliette Watelet (Character) - 1983
No Score Yet No Score Yet Life Size Juliette (Character) - 1974
90% 80% The Lovers Chantal (Character) - 1958