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France Nuyen
Birthday: July 31, 1939
Birth Place: Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France
Height: 0' 0"
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Born in France to Eurasian parents, actress France Nuyen made her screen bow as Liat in the 1958 film version of South Pacific. Her gamine image didn't last long, however; later in 1958 she starred as the been-around heroine of the Broadway play The World of Suzie Wong. In 1960, she appeared in a recurring role on the American TV series Hong Kong, and some 25 years later could be seen on the weekly hospital drama St. Elsewhere. In the late '60s, France Nuyen was briefly the wife of actor Robert Culp.
The American Standards (2007)
[ Tia Mowry ][ Joanna Cassidy ]
The Battle of Shaker Heights (2003)
[ Amy Smart ][ Shiri Appleby ][ Kathleen Quinlan ]
A Smile Like Yours (1997)
[ Joan Cusack ][ Lauren Holly ][ Shirley McLaine ][ Jill Hennesy ]
The Magic Pearl (1997)
OP Center (1995)
[ Kim Cattrall ][ Jaime Rishar ][ Rebecca Ferratti ][ Gilda Texter ][ Virginia Watson ]
Angry Cafe (1995)
A Passion to Kill (1994)
[ Chelsea Field ][ Sheila Kelley ]
The Joy Luck Club (1993)
[ Ming na Wen ][ Lauren Tom ][ Tamlyn Tomita ][ Rosalind Chao ][ Vivian Wu ]
China Cry: A True Story (1990)
[ Julia Nickson-Soul ]
Write to Kill (1990)
[ Joan Severance ]
Midas Valley (1985)
[ Jean Simmons ][ Catherine Mary Stewart ][ Linda Purl ][ Shanna Reed ]
Jealousy (1984)
[ Angie Dickinson ][ Julianne Philips ]
The Pagoda Cure (1981)
Columbo: Murder Under Glass (1978)
Return to Fantasy Island (1978)
[ Adrienne Barbeau ][ Nancy McKeon ][ Karen Valentine ]
Return/The Toughest Man Alive (1978)
[ Samantha Eggar ]
Death Moon (1978)
Code Name: Diamond Head (1977)
Small Witness, Large Crime (1975)
Bianco, il giallo, il nero, Il (1975)
Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973)
[ Colleen Camp ]
The Horror at 37,000 Feet (1973)
The Big Game (1972)
Highest Castle, Deepest Grave (1971)
One More Train to Rob (1971)
Slingshot (1971)
Black Water Gold (1970)
[ Lana Wood ]
The Battle of Lily Wu (1969)
Magic Mirror (1967)
Dimension 5 (1966)
[ Deanna Lund ]
Honor Before Justice (1966)
Always Say Goodbye (1966)
The Tiger (1966)
Man in the Middle (1964)
A Girl Named Tamiko (1963)
Diamond Head (1963)
[ Yvette Mimeux ]
Satan Never Sleeps (1962)
The Last Time I Saw Archie (1961)
In Love and War (1958)
[ Veronica Cartwright ][ Sheree North ][ Dana Wynter ]
South Pacific (1958)
[ Joan Fontaine ]
  • Of Vietnamese-French ancestry.
  • First husband was a New York psychiatrist, with whom she had a daughter named Fleur.
  • Herself a victim of child abuse, Nuyen earned a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology in 1986, and since then has made the transition to a second career in family practice counseling, working mostly with abused children, abused and battered women and women in prison.
  • Received the 1989 "Woman of the Year" award in Los Angeles for her work as a consulting psychologist in treating abused children and convicted women.
  • Marlon Brando, who had a penchant for Asian women, had a brief affair with France in the early 60s.
  • Born to a French mother and Vietnamese father (French is her first language) and raised in Marseilles by a cousin, she claims her mother and grandfather were persecuted by the Germans during WWII for being gypsies.
  • Married and divorced twice. Her second husband was Robert Culp, whom she met while appearing on his "I Spy" (1965) TV series. Her first was a psychiatrist with whom she had a daughter, Fleur.
  • Surprisingly, the 50th anniversary celebration of South Pacific (1958) did not include her. She played the role of Liat in the 1958 film.
  • Bitterly complained that director Amy Tan cut her best scene in The Joy Luck Club (1993) and took all known actresses off advertising in order to draw all attention to herself when promoting the film.
  • The second major Asian actress to become a star in Hollywood after Anna May Wong, she was a tremendous success opposite William Shatner in the title role of a prostitute in "The World of Suzie Wong" on Broadway in 1958. She had to learn her lines phonetically. She began shooting the film version when she was suddenly replaced by producer Ray Stark by Nancy Kwan.

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