Chantal Nobel

Chantal Nobel

About Chantal Nobel

Chantal Nobel

Chantal Nobel

November 23, 1948

Place of Birth    :   Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France
Also Known As    :   Chantal Bonneau
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Chantal Nobel (born Chantal Bonneau, 23 November 1948) is a French actress. Chantal Nobel is mostly known for having played the main female role of Florence Berg in the French successful television series Châteauvallon. After having participated at the Dakar Rally with Georges Groine, her career brutally ended on 28 April 1985. After the broadcast of an episode of the television program Champs-Élysées, she was victim of a terrible car accident in a Porsche 924 Carrera GT driven by the singer Sacha Distel, during the trip in the village of Maltaverne, a small village located next to Tracy-sur-Loire. After six weeks in a coma, the face grievously injured and handicapped for life, she left the media to go to the South of France, ending at the same time the series Châteauvallon. She filed a complaint against Sacha Distel, who was then sentenced to one year in prison for involuntary injuries. During her hospitalization in 1985, three paparazzi entered her hospital room to take pictures of her against her will. The affair was followed with a condemnation of the paparazzi. The jurisprudence of the Court of Appeal of Paris on 17 March 1986, expanded the notion of domicile respect, indicating that the hospital room was considered as the private domicile of the patient during the recovery. Chantal Nobel was born in Rouen in the department of Seine-Maritime, and has an older brother named Jacky. She is married to Jean-Louis Julian, a jeweller at Saint-Tropez and Courchevel, with whom she has one daughter named Anne-Charlotte. She also had from a previous relationship with producer Jacques-Henri Marin another daughter named Alexandra, born in 1971. Source: Article "Chantal Nobel" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.