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Tina Aumont
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    (February 14, 1946-October 28, 2006)
    Born in Hollywood, California
    Birth name was Maria Christina Aumont
    Daughter of Jean-Pierre Aumont and Maria Montez
    Appeared in the films 'Modesty Blaise' (1966), 'Your Turn to Die' (1967), 'The Howl' (1968), 'Satyricon' (1969), 'Necropolis' (1970), 'Master of Love' (1972), 'The Sin' (1972), 'The Divine Nymph' (1975), 'The Nude Princess' (1976), 'Fellini's Casanova' (1976), 'Holocaust 2' (1980), 'Two Orphan Vampires' (1997), 'Julia' (1999) and 'The Mechanics of a Woman' (2000)
    At 17, she married actor/director Christian Marquand, who was more than twice her age.
    In her earliest films, she was billed as Tina Marquand.
    She followed her parents' career path: When Hollywood roles dried up, she made films in Europe.
    She was sentenced to nine months in prison for smuggling opium from Thailand to Italy (1978).
    Jean Cocteau wrote a poem about her birth.
    She suffered a miscarriage (1966).
    She was described as having a 'sensuous but innocent look.'
    Federico Fellini said she was the most beautiful woman he ever worked with.

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