The world famous French singer and actress Juliette Greco passed away at the age of 93. The famous French singer and actress Juliette Greco died at the age of 93.
In a statement made by his family to the French news agency AFP, “Juliette Greco died this Wednesday at her beloved home with her family. Her life was unique.”
Born in Montpellier on February 7, 1927, Greco spent his childhood with his grandmother and later in a convent.
Greco’s mother and older sister sent to the Ravensbrück Concentration Camp, when her family joined the French Resistance against Nazi occupation during World War II.
Greco discovered in Paris by the French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre after the war. She was recognized in the intellectual circles of Paris.
Greco, for which Sartre also wrote a song for him, in the 1950s. She gained fame around the world with chants like “L’accordeon”, “La Javanaise” and “Deshabillez-moi”.
Greco, who has an influence on a generation with her black outfit and misty, melancholic voice.
She also appeared in the film “Orfe” by director Jean Cocteau.