Known in particular for her role in "Everybody's looking for a cat", the centenary actress passed away yesterday in Paris.
She was revealed late as an extras in 1992 by director Cédric Klapisch. She is then 74 years old, and plays an old lady in a comedy subway Nothing at all. Since then, Renée Le Calm has reappeared in many of her films, playing the roles of the kind and endearing old lady.
In 1996, it is in Each look for her cat what turns out a little bit more to the public. Since then, she has participated in more than 30 film and television productions, including six with Cédric Klapisch, who paid tribute to her on Facebook: "I was so used to her presence that I had forgotten that this day could come … I loved this Parisian eternal with her inimitable way of speaking and her hallucinatory banter, we will miss you". More recently, she has played in So close Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache and Finally widow of Isabelle Mergault.