A great actress and voice actress is gone. On March 23, 2023, the actress Marion Game, interpreter of Yvette in the series Household Scenes alongside Gérard Hernandez, died at the age of 84. “It is in the tenderness and affection of her family that she left to join the stars,” wrote her daughter Virginie Ledieu to AFP.
During her long career, Marion Game was the companion of Jacques Martin. It was at the end of the 1960s that the host noticed him on stage in the play Tchao that she was playing alongside Pierre Brasseur, reports Paris Match. As a couple from 1968, they will remain together until she leaves him in 1972. Their relationship would have been undermined by the comedian’s jealousy against him. In the columns of Le Parisien, she described him as a man “pathologically jealous” so that he “could not bear [que] to succeed”. In It starts today in 2019, Marion Game had evoked their painful love story. “I represented his failure, he was not made for the theater,” she said.
In an interview with Jordan de Luxe on his show Chez Jordan, the actress had been cash on her ex-companion. “He wanted to reign over women (…) He brought his face back, all the time he brought his face back”, she explained and added: “It was not years of suffering, it was years off the mark. I had nothing to do with this man (…) He was “me I, me I, me I”, and I had my career to do”.
A love story that came out of breath, so that she decided to put an end to her relationship with Jacques Martin. “At one point, it was no longer possible. It was nothing in particular that made the couple crack, simply… I had nothing to do with him (…) He was very unhappy, he wanted me a little anyway“, she had declared. After their breakup, Marion Game found love again in the arms of Swiss actor Jacques Verlier, with whom she had two sons: Mathieu and Romain. Subsequently, she would have lived from the beginning of the 2000s to 2016, an idyll with a man named Jean-Claude