Alice Cocéa was born in Sinaia, Prahova County, the daughter of Romanian Land Forces general Dimitrie Cocea. She had a sister, Florica (married Bressy), and a brother, Nicolae (the future N. D. Cocea). She married, as her second husband, Roger Capgras, a shady figure who rose from being a vegetable dealer to head of a major newspaper during the Nazi Occupation and later a fascist-leaning theatrical figure.

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  • Alice Cocéa was born in Sinaia, Prahova County, the daughter of Romanian Land Forces general Dimitrie Cocea. She had a sister, Florica (married Bressy), and a brother, Nicolae (the future N. D. Cocea). She was married in 1926 to Count Stanislas de la Rochefoucauld, Duke of Bisaccia; the marriage ended in divorce in 1931. In 1932 her fiancé, Lieutenant Victor Point, a French explorer and nephew of Philippe Berthelot, killed himself when Cocéa declined to marry him; he died after shooting himself in the mouth. They had been involved for three years, and she had promised to become his wife once her divorce from Rochefoucauld had been settled. Cocéa announced her retirement shortly after Point's death, stating that she would join a convent. She did not return to the screen until the 1960s. She married, as her second husband, Roger Capgras, a shady figure who rose from being a vegetable dealer to head of a major newspaper during the Nazi Occupation and later a fascist-leaning theatrical figure. During World War II, Cocéa was arrested as a Nazi collaborator and later released. Her memoirs, Mes amours que j'ai tant aimées ("The Loves I So Loved"), were published in 1958. She died in Boulogne-Billancourt 22 years later. (en)
  • Alice Sophie Cocéa o Cocea (28 de julio de 1899 – 2 de julio de 1970) fue una actriz, cantante y directora teatral francesa de origen rumano. Era la hermana del periodista y novelista N. D. Cocea, y tía de las actrices Dina y Tantzi Cocea. (es)
  • Alice Cocéa Alice Cocéa, nom de scène de Sophie Alice Cocéa, est une actrice et chanteuse française d'origine roumaine, née le 28 juillet 1899 à Sinaia (Roumanie) et morte le 2 juillet 1970 (à 70 ans) à Boulogne-Billancourt (Hauts-de-Seine). Elle fut également directrice de théâtre et metteur en scène. (fr)
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  • Alice Sophie Cocéa o Cocea (28 de julio de 1899 – 2 de julio de 1970) fue una actriz, cantante y directora teatral francesa de origen rumano. Era la hermana del periodista y novelista N. D. Cocea, y tía de las actrices Dina y Tantzi Cocea. (es)
  • Alice Cocéa Alice Cocéa, nom de scène de Sophie Alice Cocéa, est une actrice et chanteuse française d'origine roumaine, née le 28 juillet 1899 à Sinaia (Roumanie) et morte le 2 juillet 1970 (à 70 ans) à Boulogne-Billancourt (Hauts-de-Seine). Elle fut également directrice de théâtre et metteur en scène. (fr)
  • Alice Cocéa was born in Sinaia, Prahova County, the daughter of Romanian Land Forces general Dimitrie Cocea. She had a sister, Florica (married Bressy), and a brother, Nicolae (the future N. D. Cocea). She married, as her second husband, Roger Capgras, a shady figure who rose from being a vegetable dealer to head of a major newspaper during the Nazi Occupation and later a fascist-leaning theatrical figure. (en)
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