Béatrice Altariba was born on June 18, 1939 in Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France. She is the niece of the poet Paul Fort [1872-1960].
Altariba was a model when she found success with her boyfriend at the time Darry Cowl who made her heroine "poplin" in “Le Triporteur” (1957) by Jack Pino and “Robinson and Le Triporteur” (1959). Meanwhile, they were also partners in “L'Ami de la famille” (1957), “Sois belle et tais-toi” by Marc Allégret (1958) and “Le Petit Prof” (1959) by Carlo Rim (1959).
Her only Euro-western film appearance was as a saloon girl in “Cemetery Without Crosses” in 1968 which was her last film appearance to date.
Today we celebrate Béatrice Altariba’s 75th birthday.