Dominique Jacqueline Angele Boschero was born on April 27, 1934 in Paris, Île-de- France, France. She is the sister of producer, actor Martial Boschero. Dominique spent her childhood in Italy with her grandparents until the age of 15, when she returned to Paris. In France, she first worked as a maid in a clinic, and then as a seamstress, finally, thanks to her beauty as a model.
At the age of 18, she made her debut on the stage of the music hall Paris La Nouvelle Eve which started her acting career, making small appearances.
Following an interview with the Italian newspaper Epoca, opened the eyes of Italian producers and she began her film acting career in Italy where she appeared it several films.
She began a romantic relationship with Italian actor Claudio (Camaso) Volontè (the brother of Gian Maria Volonte), they were both hit by a scandal of an alleged bomb at the Vatican. This case and the relationship with the cursed actor, who died by suicide, greatly harmed her career.
Dominique appeared in five Euro-westerns from “A Dollar of Fear” (1960) as Sherry to “The Buzzards and Crows Will Dig Your Grave” (1971) as Myra. She’s probably best remember for her role in “A Train for Durango” (1967) as Helen with Anthony Steffen, Mark Damon and Enrico Maria Salerno.
In 1974 she left the cinema and now she lives in a small village in the Valle Varaita. However, in 1989, she reappeared in the Italian soap opera ‘Passioni’ on Rai Uno.
Today we celebrate Dominique Boschero’s 80th birthday.
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