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An Interview With Actress Béatrice Libert

By: Anders Frejdh
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The editor of From Sweden With Love (Anders Frejdh) caught up with the gorgeous French actress Béatrice Libert, with help from with help from FSWL contributor Bernard Vandendriessche and his friend Michel Lefebvre in Belgium, to talk about her role in Moonraker (1979) (1979).


About Béatrice Libert:
Béatrice was born 1956 in Mons, Belgium and the part as Mademoiselle Deradier in Moonraker (1979) (1979), one of Hugo Drax' (played by Michel Lonsdale) girls, was her first film role.

Ms. Libert appeared in two other films in the 1980s, Josepha (1982) and Femmes de personne (1984). Before and four years after Moonraker she worked as a model.

Photo above:
Béatrice Libert as "Mademoiselle Deradier" in Moonraker (1979).

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