Andre Luguet was widely known for his acting on the big screen. Luguet started his acting career landing roles in films, such as the John Barrymore dramatic adaptation "The Mad Genius" (1931), "Jewel Robbery" (1932) and the George Arliss dramatic adaptation "The Man Who Played God" (1932). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Madame du Barry" (1954), "The French They Are a Funny Race" (1956) with Jack Buchanan and the Brigitte Bardot comedy "Une Parisienne" (1957). He also appeared in "The Roots of Heaven" (1958). In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in the comedic adaptation "Faibles Femmes" (1959) with Alain Delon, the musical drama "Paris Blues" (1961) with Paul Newman and the comedy adaptation "Love Is a Ball" (1963) with Glenn Ford. Luguet more recently acted in "Woman in Chains" (1968) with Laurent Terzieff. Luguet passed away in May 1979 at the age of 87.