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|Born:||April 9, 1933||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||France||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Founded touring company with Annie Girardot and Guy Bedos
Short film acting debut in "Moliere"
Appeared on Paris stage in "L'Hotel du libre echange"
Feature debut in "A Pied, a cheval et en voiture"
First appearance in a Jean-Luc Godard film, the short "Charlotte et son Jules"; voice dubbed by Godard
First leading stage role, "Oscar"
Gained international attention starring as petty thief Michel Poiccard in Godard's "Breathless/A bout de souffle"
Appeared briefly (during a boxing match) in Francois Reichenbach's feature-length documentary "Un coeur gros comme ca"
Elected president of French actor's union
Published autobiography "30 Years and 25 Films"
Starred in Godard's "Pierrot le fou"
English-language debut, "Is Paris Burning?"
First feature as producer, "L'As des as/Ace of Aces"
Returned to the Paris stage in Robert Hossein's staging of Dumas' "Kean"
Starred in and produced "Cyrano de Bergerac" in Paris and on tour for two seasons
Purchased the Theatre des Varietes in Paris, reputedly the city's oldest playhouse built in 1807
Starred in Claude Lelouch's "Les Miserables"
Launched scathing attack on Hollywood distribution usurping home-grown product when his film, "Desire", was only booked on 20 French screens
Had first TV role in over forty years in the French miniseries "L'aine des Ferchaux", a remake of the film in which he starred in 1963
Acted in French TV adaptation of "Lion"
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