Agnès Spaak was born on April 29, 1944 in Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Saine, France. Agnès is the granddaughter the politician Paul-Henri Spaak, the daughter of photographer, screenwriter Charles Spaak [1903-1975] and actress Claudie Cleves, she is the older sister of actress Catherine Spaak [1945- ]. Sometimes credited as Anna Malsson, Spaak appeared in films and television between 1962 and 1974. She left her career as an actress in the mid-1970s, to follow in her father’s footsteps as a photographer.
In 1975 Agnès moved to Milan where she began to work more as a photographer for fashion companies and the publishing house Edilio Rusconi, with whom she collaborated for many years. She then moved to Hachette.
Agnès appeared in 22 films among which were six westerns including “Killer Caliber .32” (1967), “God Made Them, I Kill Them” (1968) and “Hey Amigo, to Your Death” (1970).
Today we celebrate Agnes Spaak’s 70th birthday.