French film star Brigitte Fossey stars as the adult Elena, who appears in CINEMA PARADISO: THE NEW VERSION, bringing Toto's love story full circle. Fossey began her film career at age 6, starring in Rene Clement's Fordibdden Games and went on to a successful career as a child actress for several years. She then retired, returning to private life in which she studied music, dance and philosophy and worked as an interpreter in Geneva. Fossey returned to films in 1967, going on to star in Francois Truffaut's The Man Who Loved Women and Robert Altman's Quintet, among many others.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
Brigitte Fossey Facts
|Birthday||June 15, 1946 (71)|