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(bär-dō′), Brigitte Born 1934.
French actress whose best-known films are And God Created Woman (1956) and Shaloko (1968).

Bardot

(French bardo)
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(Biography) Brigitte (briʒit). born 1934, French film actress and animal rights activist
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