She was born Marie-France Broquet on June 29, 1946 in France, but she’s known to theater goers as Alice Arno. She is the sister of actress Chantal Broquet. Alice was a model in the 1960s and appeared in numerous magazines including ‘Pop’, ‘Men’ and ‘Topfilm’. She started her film career in 1967 appearing in "Les Poneyttes" and in Jess Franco’s 1970 film "Eugénie". Her most famous film was 1971's "Junstine de Sade" directed by Claude Pierson. Alice was a star of adult films until leaving the industry in 1980 after her appearance in "El fontanero, su mujer, y otras cosas de meter..." directed by Carlos Aured. Rumor has it that after she retired she moved to Latin America. During her career Alice appeared in four Euro-westerns: "Red Hot Zorro" (1972), "The Girls of the Golden Saloon" (1973), "Convoy of Women" and "Gunfight at OQ Corral" (both 1974). Today we celebrate Alice Arno’s 65th birthday.