Carole Laure

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Mary's sons

For Mary becoming a mother meant finally abandoning herself to another human being : no holding back anymore ; a mother's love is invincible, a force stronger than anything she'd ever known before. Mary lost her only son in a car accident. Since then she (...)


Before she became an actress Carole Laure was a teacher. She was born on August 5, 1950 in Montreal (Québec) Canada. The profession she has chosen did not give her any satisfaction. She met some young Canadian film makers, that resulted in her first appearance as an actress, age twenty, in Mon enfance à Montreal, directed by Jean Chabot. Three years later she met director Gilles Carle who helped her career. Her exotic beauty (her mother has Indian blood), her charm and spontaneity her dark eyes with light melancholy look made her a star in French Canadian cinema. She is not only acting but also sings. Carole has recorded several LPs in French and English, collaborating with Lewis Furey. She also sings in the filmmusical Fantastica directed by her old friend Gilles.