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Bardot

Brigitte . born 1934, French film actress
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I wanted to interpret Brigitte Bardot as an eternal style icon making her relevant until today.
Fiji s Immigration Director, Nemani Vuniwaqa, said the involvement of his officers was only to ensure proper procedures were followed before the Brigitte Bardot departed.
Bardot's damaging remarks were in a December 2006 letter to Nicolas Sarkozy and published in a review of the Foundation Brigitte Bardot.
Bardot's damaging remarks were in a December 2006 letter to Nicolas Sarkozy, then interior minister, and published in a review of the Foundation Brigitte Bardot, which fights for animal welfare.
Marine Corps veteran and experienced journalist Michael Lee presents In an Elevator with Brigitte Bardot and Other Appreciations, a selection of essays interspersed with humor, memories, searing personal insights into daily life in Cape Cod.
Bardot makes rare birthday outing* Actress-turned-animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot celebrated her 72nd birthday yesterday with a rare press conference to plug her wildlife foundation.
Brigitte Bardot and Martin Sheen have also pushed to ban the hunt.
It's been produced as a tribute to an iconic Swedish jewellery designer, Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube, whose work was favoured by Brigitte Bardot, Billie Holiday and Pablo Picasso.
Just ask noted film actress Brigitte Bardot, who was fined the equivalent of $6,000 by a French court for supposedly inciting "race hatred" by protesting the "Islamization of France" in her recent book A Scream in the Silence.
In true Gallic fashion, Vadim repaid his debt by billing her the "American Brigitte Bardot," casting her in the title role in the 1968 intergalactic soft-porn stinker Barbarella, and calling her stupid and unfaithful in his sybaritic tell-all, Bardot, Deneuve, and Fonda.
Brigitte Bardot, the French film legend turned animal rights activist, has appeared in court on charges of inciting racial hatred in her bestselling book 'Un cri dans le silence' (A cry in the silence).