Annie Vernay

Annie Vernay
Born 21 November 1921
Geneva, Switzerland
Died 15 August 1941
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Other names Annie Martine Jacqueline Vermeersch
Occupation Actress

Annie Vernay (November 21, 1921 in Geneva, Switzerland August 15, 1941 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) was a French actress, who emerged as a star of the French cinema before her sudden death at the age of nineteen. After winning a beauty contest, Vernay appeared in seven French films including Max Ophüls's The Novel of Werther (1938).[1]

Her performances attracted interest from American studios. While en route to Hollywood she died unexpectedly in Buenos Aires after contracting typhus during her Atlantic voyage.

Selected filmography


  1. Goble p.481

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