Claude Jade

Claude Jade


Claude Jade was born on Oct 08, 1948 in France. Claude Jade's big-screen debut came with Stolen Kisses directed by François Truffaut in 1968. Claude Jade is known for À San Remo directed by Julien Donada, Daniel Duval stars as Etienne and Silvana Gasparini as Myriam. The most recent award Claude Jade achieved is Palm Beach International Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Claude Jade plays is À San Remo which will be released on Apr 15, 2004.

Claude Jade, the daughter of English-teachers, was a student at the "Conservatoire d'Art Dramatique" in Dijon. In 1966, she won a Prize for best actress on stage (Agnès in Molière's "L'école des femmes"). She was also a student on the Acedemy in Paris (teacher: Jean-Laurent Cochet), appeared in a TV series, and on stage in Paris, and made her first movie, Baisers volés (1968) ("Stolen Kisses") directed by François Truffaut. He proposed to marry her in Spring 1968, but she later married Bernard Coste (son Pierre was born in 1976), a diplomat with whom she also lived for some years in Russia.

  • Birthday

    Oct 08, 1948
  • Place of Birth

    Dijon, Côte-d'Or, France

Known For


1 wins & 0 nominations

Palm Beach International Film Festival
Winner - New Wave Award

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