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Suzanne Cloutier


B: July 10, 1927 in Ottawa, Ontario
D: December 2, 2003 in Montréal, Québec

Suzanne Cloutier as Desdemona in the Orson Welles production of Othello. Cloutier began her career as a model in New York. She was known at first as a wide-eyed beauty with flawless, chiseled features. Shortly after her career started she was approached by Hollywood director George Stevens. His company, Liberty Films, offered her a role in what was then called a “women`s picture” and is now known as a “chick-flick.” It was 1946 and her debut film was Temptation.

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Features & TV Movies:
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Temptation (1946)
Au Royaume des Cieux (1947)

Juliette ou la Clé des Songes (1950)
Othello (1951)
Derby Day (1951)
Moulin Rouge (1953)
Doctor in the House (1954)

Romanoff and Juliet (1961)

Concerto Grosso Modo (1985)
Whiskers (TV-1997)