Sylvie Joly

Sylvie Joly (18 October 1934 4 September 2015) was a French actress and comedian. She was best known for her roles in the films Going Places (1974) and Get Out Your Handkerchiefs (1978).

Sylvie Joly
Born(1934-10-18)18 October 1934
Paris, France
Died4 September 2015(2015-09-04) (aged 80)
Paris, France
NationalityFrench
OccupationActress
Years active1972–2007

Personal life

Joly was born in Paris. She had a daughter, Mathilde Vitry, and a son Gregoire Vitry. In October 2010, she revealed she had Parkinson's disease.

Joly died from a heart attack on 4 September 2015 in Paris, aged 80.[1]

Filmography

Year Title Role Director Notes
1972 L'oeuf The Bus Woman Jean Herman
1973 Le provocateur Françoise Dammard Bernard Toublanc-Michel TV Series (1 Episode)
Ah ! Si mon moine voulait... L'aubergiste Claude Pierson
Hail the Artist The Photograph's Wife Yves Robert
1974 Paul and Michelle The Receptionist Lewis Gilbert
Going Places Owner of the Stolen Morgan Plus 4 Car Bertrand Blier
Piaf Lulu Guy Casaril
Un curé de choc Philippe Arnal TV Series (1 Episode)
Histoires insolites Claude Chabrol TV Series (1 Episode)
1976 Calmos The Doctor Bertrand Blier (2)
Cours après moi ... que je t'attrape Robert Pouret
1978 Get Out Your Handkerchiefs The Passerbeil Bertrand Blier (3)
Va voir maman, papa travaille Stéphane François Leterrier
Vas-y maman The Director Nicole de Buron
1979 Pierrot mon ami Léonie François Leterrier (2) TV movie
Nous maigrirons ensemble Geneviève Minkiewicz Michel Vocoret
1980 Jean-Sans-Terre The Concierge Gilles Grangier TV movie
1981 Le petit théâtre d'Antenne 2 Baronne Dez Michel Treguer TV Series (1 Episode)
1983 Un chien dans un jeu de quilles Marjolaine Bernard Guillou
L'ami de Vincent Claude Pierre Granier-Deferre
1984 Les fauves Suzanne Jean-Louis Daniel
1987 The Miracle Mrs. Fox Terrier Jean-Pierre Mocky Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actress
Agent trouble Edna Jean-Pierre Mocky (2)
Septième ciel Régine Castel Jean-Louis Daniel (2)
1988 Les saisons du plaisir Dominique Jean-Pierre Mocky (3)
L'homme à tout faire Estelle Patrick Gandery-Réty TV Series (1 Episode)
1989 Palace Jean-Michel Ribes TV Series (1 Episode)
Lundi noir Madame Girard Jean-François Delassus TV movie
Les enquêtes du commissaire Maigret Mother Superior James Thor TV Series (1 Episode)
1991 Ferbac Angèle Louvier Marc Rivière TV Series (1 Episode)
Mocky story Pool Woman Jean-Pierre Mocky (4)
1992 588 rue paradis Georgette Sylva Henri Verneuil
1993 Mayrig Georgette Sylva Henri Verneuil (2) TV Mini-Series
1995 Les Misérables The Innkeeper Claude Lelouch
1997 Le surdoué Madame Legris Alain Bonnot TV movie
Le censeur du lycée d'Epinal Irène Moreau Marc Rivière (2) TV movie
Mira la magnifique The Countess Agnès Delarive TV movie
1998 The Visitors II: The Corridors of Time Gisèle Jean-Marie Poiré
La mort du chinois Café's Owner Jean-Louis Benoît
Ça n'empêche pas les sentiments Hotel's Owner Jean-Pierre Jackson
1999 L'ami du jardin Madame Levadoux-Feuillette Jean-Louis Bouchaud
2000 Les frères Soeur Rolande Frédéric Jardin
Ça ira mieux demain Patient Jeanne Labrune
2001 Sa mère, la pute Café's Owner Brigitte Roüan TV movie
2002 Les sarments de la révolte Jacqueline Christian François TV movie
Ma femme s'appelle Maurice Orlyval Woman Jean-Marie Poiré (2)
2002-2007 Malone Blanche Didier Le Pêcheur TV Series (5 Episodes) (final film role)
2003 Jusqu'au bout de la route Inès Jérôme Boivin TV movie
2004 Vive mon entreprise Marie-Louise Daniel Losset TV movie
Les Dalton Ma Billy Philippe Haïm
2005 À la poursuite de l'amour Madame Esteban Laurence Katrian TV movie
2006 Une histoire de pieds The Boss David & Stéphane Foenkinos Short
2007 L'Auberge rouge Countess of Marcillac Gérard Krawczyk

Theater

Year Title Author Director Notes
1976 Ne riez jamais d'une femme qui tombe Henri Mitton Marika Hodjis
1982 La vie c'est pas de la rigolade Henri Mitton Marika Hodjis (2)
1984 Triple mixte Fanny Joly & Alfred Genou Marika Hodjis (3)
The Hostage Brendan Behan Georges Wilson
1998 One Woman Show Sylvie Joly Marika Hodjis (4) Nominated - Molière Award - Best One Man Show
2002 Je suis votre idole Henri Mitton, Thierry, Fanny & Sylvie Joly François Bourcier
2004 Fans, je vous aime ! Pierre Bellemare, Jean-Loup Dabadie & Sylvie Joly Bruno Agati & Alex Lutz
2005 La Cerise sur le gâteau Jean-Loup Dabadie, Pierre Palmade, Sylvie Joly ... Alex Lutz (2)

References

  1. "La comédienne et humoriste Sylvie Joly est morte". Le Monde (in French). 4 September 2015. Retrieved 5 September 2015.
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