Google Doodle is celebrating the 100th birthday of the legendary French mime artist, Marcel Marceau, by featuring a special logo on its homepage.
The Doodle serves as a tribute to Marceau’s unparalleled contributions to the world of performing arts and entertainment.
As the world remembers the mime artist on this momentous occasion, the Doodle has also provided an opportunity to learn more about his 3rd wife, Anne Sicco.
What we know about Marcel Marceau 3rd wife, Anne Sicco
According to reports, Sicco first met Marceau as a fan in the early 1970s.
Sicco was just 19 years old when they met, whereas Marceau was nearing 50.
She was reportedly captivated by his unique form of storytelling through silent performances and quickly became a dedicated admirer of his work.
The couple eventually fell in love, and Sicco became Marceau’s lifelong partner and biggest supporter.
They married in 1975 and resided in Paris.
Sicco would go on to teach experimental theatre at Marceau’s mime school. They had two daughters together, Camille and Aurélia. Marceau shared two sons with his first wife.
Obituaries for Marceau state that he was married to Anne Sicco until his death.
Anne Sicco reportedly stopped teaching at Marceau’s mime school in 1985. She would go on to found her own company a year later.
In 2010, Sicco was named the artistic director of the Nouvel Espace Appia.
They had two daughters together, Camille and Aurélia. Marceau shared two sons with his first wife.