Cocéa, Alice (1899–1970)

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Cocéa, Alice (1899–1970)

Romanian-born French actress and singer. Name variations: Alice Cocea. Born July 28, 1899, in Sinaia, Romania; died July 2, 1970, in Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France.

Moved to Paris (1910); toured with Suzanne Desprès; made Paris stage debut in Le Scandale de Monte Carlo (1916), followed by Psyché, La Petite Reine, Phi-Phi, Dédé, Le Singe qui parle, the title role in La Petite Catherine, La Route des Indies and Les Parents Terribles, among others; films include Mon gosse de père (1930), Delphine (1931) and La Ronde (1964).

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