SUZANNE FLON Died Jun. 15, 2005
Award-winning French actress died of gastroenteritis at age 87. Ms. Flon won two Best Supporting Actress Cesar awards for her work in Georges Wilson’s "La Vouivre" and Jean Becker’s "L ete Meurtrier." Ms. Flon appeared in over 70 films and TV shows during her career. Her many film credits include John Huston’s "Moulin Rouge," Orson Welles’ "The Trial," John Frankenheimer’s "The Train" and James Ivory’s "Quartet."
-- from Entertainment Insiders
And so ends a film career that spanned 58 years. Ms. Flon played Baroness Nagel in MR. ARKADIN and Miss Pittl in THE TRIAL (seen from a distance as she dragged a trunk across a vacant lot in Zagreb). Ms. Flon was working on FAUTEUILS D'ORCHESTRE at the time of her death.