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Emilie "Lily" Chauchoin, better known as Claudette Colbert, won the Best Actress Oscar during the Academy Awards presentation in 1935.
Claudette Colbert was born Emile Chauchoin on 13 September 1903 at 5, rue Armand-Carrel in Saint-Mandé. She was the daughter of Georges Claude Chauchoin (1867–1925), pastry cook, and Jeanne Marie (née Loew, 1877–1970).
She arrived in New York on 24 November 1906, with her mother and her aunt Emily Loew (Her father, Georges, had preceded them in June the same year).
Wife of (1st) Norman Foster (1928–1935) and (2nd) Dr. Joel Pressman (1935–1968) his death
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