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Arielle Dombasle (born Arielle Sonnery de Fromental on April 27, 1958 in Norwich, Connecticut) is an American-born singer and actress working primarily in the Cinema of France. Her breakthrough role in France was ''The Blue Villa''.
Although born in the U.S., Dombasle was raised in Mexico by her grandparents after her mother died, where her grandfather served as the French Ambassador. They eventually returned to France where she embarked on a singing career and acting and in film. She has appeared in several Hollywood, Los Angeles, California|Hollywood English-language productions but most of her acting work has been in the French language as are her music albums. In addition to performing, she directed and wrote the script for two films, namely ''Les Pyramides Bleues'' and ''Chass?-crois?''.
She is married to French philosopher and writer, Bernard-Henri L?vy.