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  1. Años activa. 1924-1935. [ editar datos en Wikidata] Andrée Madeleine Heuchling ( Pontfaverger-Moronvilliers, 22 de junio de 1900- La Celle-Saint-Cloud, 28 de septiembre de 1979), conocida artísticamente bajo el pseudónimo de Catherine Hessling, fue una actriz y modelo francesa.

  2. Catherine Hessling (born Andrée Madeleine Heuschling; 22 June 1900 – 28 September 1979) was a French actress and the first wife of film director Jean Renoir. Hessling appeared in 15, mostly silent, films before retiring from the acting profession and withdrawing from public life in the mid-1930s.

  3. Catherine Hessling, nom d'artiste d'Andrée Madeleine Heuschling, est une actrice française née le 22 juin 1900 à Moronvilliers et morte le 28 septembre 1979 à La Celle-Saint-Cloud . Elle fut l'un des derniers modèles du peintre Auguste Renoir dont elle est la seconde muse après Gabrielle Renard .

  4. Andrée Madeleine Heuchling , conocida artísticamente bajo el pseudónimo de Catherine Hessling, fue una actriz y modelo francesa. Posó para Pierre-Auguste Renoir durante los últimos años de la vida del célebre pintor impresionista y más tarde se casó con el segundo hijo de este, el cineasta Jean Renoir, para quien trabajó en sus ...

  5. Catherine Hessling. Actress: Nana. Catherine Hessling was born on 22 June 1900 in Moronvilliers, Marne, France. She was an actress, known for Nana (1926), Little Red Riding Hood (1930) and Whirlpool of Fate (1925). She was married to Jean Renoir. She died on 28 September 1979 in La-Celle-Saint-Cloud, Yvelines, France.

  6. Catherine Hessling was a French actress who starred in some of Jean Renoir's films and others directed by Alberto Cavalcanti. She was known as the 'female Charlot' for her attractive appearance and comedic style. Learn more about her life, career and family on IMDb.

  7. French actress Also known as: Andrée Heurschling Learn about this topic in these articles: association with Renoir In Jean Renoir: Early years …one of his father’s models, Andrée Heurschling, a few months after the painter’s death, and went with her to live in Marlotte, a village near Paris in which his father had once painted. Read More