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Sophie Carle

 

Sophie Carle

Sophie Carle (Luxembourg, June 7, 1964) is a Luxembourgian actress and singer. She has appeared in several films, and represented her country in the 1984 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "100% d'amour". She was only the fourth native Luxembourgian to represent the country, after Solange Berry (1958), Camillo Felgen (1960 and 1962), and Monique Melsen (1971).

Filmography

  1. Cavalcade (2005)
  2. Peur blanche (1998) (TV) .... Nicole
  3. Coup de vice (1996) .... Natacha
  4. "Placé en garde à vue" (1994) TV series
  5. Un commissario a Roma (1993) TV series
  6. Années campagne, Les (1992) as Evelyne
  7. Triplex (1991) as Brigitte
  8. "Gorille, Le" .... Mlle Bondon (1 episode, 1990)
  9. "Câlins d'abord" (1989) TV series .... Malou
  10. Quicker Than the Eye (1989) as Silke
  11. Diventerò padre (1988) (TV)
  12. "Napoleon and Josephine: A Love Story" (1987) TV mini-series as Claudine
  13. "Or noir de Lornac, L'" (1987) TV series as Odette
  14. Bing (1986) (TV)
  15. À nous les garçons (1985) as Véronique
  16. Souvenirs souvenirs (1984) as Murie

Discography

  • 100% d'amour (1984)

External links and sources

  • Informations about Sophie Carle at IMDB (read at February 19, 2009)
  • A.Bernardini, Nino Manfredi "Un commissario a Roma" page 222
Preceded by
Corinne Hermès
with "Si la vie est cadeau"
Luxembourg in the Eurovision Song Contest
1984
Succeeded by
Margo, Franck Olivier, Diane Solomon,
Ireen Sheer, Chris & Malcolm Roberts
with "Children, Kinder, Enfants"


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