Pascale Ogier

Pascale Ogier (26 October 1958 – 25 October 1984) was a French actress. Born Pascale Marguerite Cécile Claude Colette Nicolas in Paris, she was the daughter of a musician father and actress Bulle Ogier. Pascale also chose an acting career, first with appearances on stage. In 1982, she and her mother co-wrote screenplay and starred in director Jacques Rivette's film, Le pont du Nord. For her performance in the Éric Rohmer film, Full Moon in Paris, Ogier was nominated for a César Award for Best Actress and won the best actress award at the 1984 Venice Film Festival. Shortly afterwards, at age 25 — on the day before she was to celebrate her 26th birthday — Ogier died of a heart attack caused by a drug overdose. Ogier is buried in the Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. The film Down by Law and the song P'tite Conne of Renaud are dedicated to her.


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