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This morning there were 3 TV interviews. This most interesting one called “Tea au Café” (Tea in the Café) with Catherine Ceylac who looks like Diane Sawyer and was a terrific interviewer.

PARIS BLOG PART 3

Posted on November 5, 2012, in My Blog, with 10 Comments

I did three magazine interviews this morning, then did the 3 hour Michael Drucker show called “Vivement Dimanche” which is one of if not the most popular TV shows in France that airs Sunday afternoons throughout Europe since 1997. I did the show 7 years ago to promote my memoir. Vanessa, my grandkids and Tulea were all with me then on the show and I was astonished at how huge the audience was—I got so much feedback.…

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On my first night in Paris I had a family dinner. Here with Vania Vadim, my first husband Roger Vadim’s son with Catherine Schneider, Nathalie, Vadim’s niece and Helene, Vadim’s sister.

PARIS VISIT PART 1

Posted on October 27, 2012, in My Blog, with 4 Comments

Last weekend I flew to Paris for the week to promote my book PRIME TIME, visit with family, and visit on of the L’Oreal factories. Took lots of picture so this blog will be in three parts. click here to continue

Publicity Still Et Si On Vivait

IN PARIS PART 2

Posted on November 16, 2011, in My Blog, with 13 Comments

In the photo above I am with Pierre Richard from our film, “…Et Si On Vivait Tous Ensemble” (And If We All Lived Together). I spent yesterday in Paris doing interviews on behalf of the film which was made last year. What was so exciting was that the journalists all felt the film was really good. Many had seen it at festivals.…

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LAST DAY

Posted on July 13, 2010, in Film, Television & Theater, My Blog, with 19 Comments

July 7th

Movie making is a strange profession. You become very close to a group of people..cast and crew members..and then it’s over and everyone goes their separate ways. I’ve learned that one has to be intentional if friendships formed on a movie set are to continue. Geraldine and I have pledged to remain friends. I find her fascinating with off-beat taste in all things.…

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WE BUILT IT AND THEY CAME

Posted on July 5, 2010, in Film, Television & Theater, My Blog, with 13 Comments

I didn’t work today, luckily, because I got to bed very late. But I went out to the location later today to do some voice overs. When I got there, they were filming a scene around the pool with Geraldine’s grandchildren (Actually the director’s children playing the roles) and I couldn’t resist taking a picture. I have taken you through the whole process…first it was a vegetable garden, then they began to dig a hole for the pool, and so on.…

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OK, SO I’VE BEEN PREOCCUPIED!

Posted on July 4, 2010, in Film, Television & Theater, My Blog, with 14 Comments

Happy 4th of July, all you compatriots. I haven’t blogged for awhile and that’s because Richard arrived in Paris and well, I’ve been otherwise occupied. It has been so much fun and here are some photos to catch you up a bit. But it’s not all Richard’s fault. We’ve been doing night shooting and that throws everything topsy turvy. But I have had some fine meals in some of Paris’s best and gone dancing a few times (no photos) and there’ve been events related to the Paris Film Festival —events honoring me.…

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DEAR GUYYYYY (AND DANIEL…)

Posted on June 20, 2010, in Film, Television & Theater, My Blog, with 14 Comments

Last night we celebrated Guy Bedos’s birthday and Daniel Bruhl’s as well although his was earlier last week. We gathered in Guy and Jo’s apartment, a stone’s throw from were I am staying on Ile St Louis—the cast, director, producer and Guy’s family and friends.

What a fun time we had as the wine and vodka flowed!!! You’ve got to understand, 3 of our male stars—Claude, Guy and Pierre—are comedians, and not for nothing.…

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AN EASY DAY

Posted on June 15, 2010, in Film, Television & Theater, My Blog, with 11 Comments

I had one short scene leaving the house that my husband and I will eventually move into. The movie is, after all, called “…And If We All Lived Together.” Well, we do in the end and it’s lots of fun, but here we still have to go home after a fun birthday party to let the dog out.

I got to back to the apartment where I am taking advantage of this free afternoon and evening to work on my book.…

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MY DAUGHTER VANESSA MARRIES IN ST TROPEZ

Posted on June 13, 2010, in My Blog, with 63 Comments

It was a lovely, original, spiritual ceremony. The French guests, unused to such, were rather surprised and fascinated by the “Feel the earth under your feet;” and “breathe in the energy and let any concerns or doubts you may have leave with your breath.” There were traditional exchanges of rings, vows like “do you accept …,” “I do’s,” and the final Kiss.…

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