Pascale started her career in her native France when noted French director and screenwriter Eric Rohmer cast her in his 1978 film ~Perceval le Gallois~. After an uncredited attempt in 1981’s ~La Dame aux camelias~, Pascale took things into her own hands, and wrote a starring role for herself, as well as for her father Bulle Ogier, in ~Le Pont du Nord~. We guess you could call her a self-made actress, eh? She commanded starring roles from then on out, appearing in such notable titles as ~Ghost Dance~, ~Ave Maria~, and 1984’s ~Les Nuits de la pleine lune~, which would prove to be the first and only time that she would ever show Skin on screen. Of course, it was a full-frontal turn, so all is not lost… Sadly, Pascale died of a heart attack that same year, cutting short what was sure to be a stellar Skinful career.