Yvette Taffer Obituary, Death, Funeral Information

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Yvette S. Taffer Obituary Fort Lauderdale, Florida: On Saturday, July 7, Yvette S. Taffer, who was beloved by her family members as a mother, sister, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away at the age of 87. She is survived by her brother Norman Suslock and his wife Joan Suslock; two sons, Lewis Taffer and his wife Bonnie Taffer, and Jonathan Taffer and his wife Nicole Taffer; three grandchildren, Fran Taffer, Andrew Taffer, and Samantha Taffer; and a great-grandson named Asher Kearns. She is also survived by a great-grandson named Asher Kearns. Full Obituary

Yvette Mimieux Obituary: A representative for her family has confirmed that Yvette Mimieux, who was best known for her role in the 1960 film The Time Machine, passed away just ten days after celebrating her 80th birthday. Her death came as a sad surprise. It is generally accepted that the actress passed away peacefully in her sleep due to natural causes. Born on January 8th, 1942 in Los Angeles, California, Mimieux was a talented actress who had a long career. It was her talent manager, Jim Byron, who first suggested that she pursue a career in acting, and her earliest appearances in acting roles were on episodes of the television shows Yancy Derringer and One Step Beyond. She became famous after starring alongside Rod Taylor in her debut feature film, The Time Machine, which was produced by MGM. After the success of the film, the studio quickly signed her to a long-term contract. Full Obituary

Yvette Guilbert Obituary: Yvette Guilbert, whose given name was Emma Laure Esther Guilbert, was a French singer, reciter, stage actress, and film actress. She was born on January 20, 1867, or 1868 in Paris, and she passed away on February 4, 1944, in Aix-en-Provence, France. Yvette Guilbert was famous for singing songs that were inspired by the life of Parisian working-class people. Her rise to fame can be attributed to the innocent way in which she sings songs with racy undertones. Guilbert attended recitation school as a child and was unsuccessful in small comic parts; however, beginning in 1896, she was successful as a cabaret singer (seven years at the Moulin Rouge and the Ambassadeurs, and nine years at the Folies-Bergère). She also enjoyed success as a recording artist beginning in the middle of the 1920s. Full Obituary

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