Today we learn of the death of Marion Game, made famous by the series “Household Scenes”.
Fans of “Household Scenes” are in mourning today!
The actress Marion Game, who played the character of Huguette in the famous series broadcast on M6 , died on Thursday at the age of 84.
It was his daughter who announced the sad news this Friday, March 24, the day after the death. » It is in the tenderness and affection of her family that she left to join the stars ,» said the latter in a press release sent to AFP.
Born July 31, 1938 in Morocco (then a French protectorate), Marion Game grew up in Casablanca before emigrating to France in the 1960s. Based in Paris, she enrolled in the Simon course in 1968 before starting her career in 1970s.
At that time, she played several supporting roles, notably on television, where she can be seen in series such as «Gil Blas de Santillane» in 1974, or «Ces beaux messieurs de Bois-Doré» in 1976.
At the same time, she leads a prolific career in the theater.
During the 1980s, he was mainly seen in television games such as «Les jeux de 20 heures» on FR3 and «L’Académie des neufs» on Antenne 2.
Her career having never really taken off on television, she will be satisfied with the boards thereafter before knowing the consecration from 2009 with the launch of the successful series «Scenes of households».
In this daily program broadcast on the M6 channel, Marion Game will burst the screen in the skin of the unforgettable Huguette, alongside her partner Gérard Hernandez, who plays her husband.
Forming a couple of disillusioned but horribly funny seniors, the two actors will indeed become the two darlings of the public, with cult lines.
This series, still in production, allowed Marion Game to become very popular.
Between 2010 and 2012, the actress also played a recurring character in the series » Plus belle la vie » on France 3.
Also a specialist in dubbing, she was notably known for being the French voice of Jane Kaczmarek, who plays the role of Loïs in the television series Malcolm.
Married twice, Marion Game was the mother of 3 children.