The name ofOdile Schmitt certainly will not speak to ordinary people. Neither did his face. On the other hand, his characteristic voice will have marked an entire generation of French people. This actress, who began her career in the 1980s, died on Tuesday March 24 of a long illness, as director Marc Saez, who directed her at the theater, announced on her social networks. This bubbly woman had taken her first steps on television (Commissioner Maigret's Investigations, Nestor burma) before specialize in dubbing for series and cartoons. She has indeed lent her voice to many nuggets of animation, dear to children confined on Wednesdays, like The mysterious cities of Gold, where she passed Tao, Jeanne and Serge, Princess sarah or Denver, the last dinosaur. A whole era!
It was the voice of Eva Longoria
More recently, Odile Schmitt had distinguished herself by becoming the French voice ofEva Longoria. Of Flames of love at Desperate Housewives, including advertisements for L'Oréal, she had dubbed the American actress for eight years. Many personalities have paid tribute to him, like his friend Pierre-Jean Chalençon who, in a post on Instagram, pointed out "his exemplary career". "All my thoughts go out to his family and friends … Adieu Odile and thank you for making us dream", wrote in particular the expert ofCase concluded, who has spoken for a string of viewers.
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