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Bardot

Brigitte . born 1934, French film actress
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- French actress Brigitte Bardot has threatened to follow her colleague Gerard Depardieu and apply for Russian citizenship - though for a different reason.
Brigitte Bardot skipper Siddharth Chakravarty said he was told by Fijian officials the vessel had to go and was escorted out of Suva harbour by their naval vessel.
Along with SouthAsia, other nominees in the Outstanding Written Word - Brigitte Bardot International Print category this year include The Independent (UK) and The Sunday Times (UK).
"It doesn't stop ship-owners who wish to engage in that trade from getting insurance elsewhere," Bardot said.
Among the beautiful faces in this series are women like Coco Chanel, Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Brigitte Bardot, Sophia Loren and Madonna.
The first bus was parked in Paris, as part of animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot's noble campaign to dissuade the Anyway, I reckon there's more chance of Mme Bardot going through the card today than converting those 'horselovers' across the Channel.
Bardot, who has led his young musicians around the world for more than 30 years, said the trips not only allow the youngsters to express their musical talents, but also to learn something they could not learn at home.
Bardot's damaging remarks were in a December 2006 letter to Nicolas Sarkozy and published in a review of the Foundation Brigitte Bardot.
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.
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.)