Born in 1950, Sylviane Margollé was a child and teenage actress who started her career at the age of 6. Her sad little face was used to great effect by many stage, TV and cinema directors, including the best (Jean-Paul Le Chanois, Jean Renoir, Henri Verneuil) and, at the theatre, Michel Bouquet and Jean-Louis Barrault), including on American television (in an episode of "Combat!"), including in leading roles (in Alain Boudet's "Cosette'). One of her best roles was that of Sophie, the little girl unjustly suspected by the group she is part of, Jacques R. Villa's cruel tale Les petits chats (1965). Read more... She was also excellent as Cosette in the TV film of the same name and as Marie, Jean-Paul Belmondo''s desperate daughter in A Monkey in Winter (1962). Later on, the former little girl with a sad face turned to post-synchronization where, thanks to her soft voice, she once again worked wonders. She can be heard in the French version of "Goldorak", "Candy Candy" and many other series, live or animated, and as the French voice of several American actresses, such as Sally Field, Jamie Lee Curtis, Melissa Sue Anderson and Cheryl Ladd. By the late 1970s, she quit acting, got married and moved to the USA with her husband. She died there prematurely, at age 54, after a surgical operation.