Marcel Hillaire was an actor who graced the silver screen many times throughout his Hollywood career. In his early acting career, Hillaire appeared in such films as the comedy adaptation "Sabrina" (1954) with Humphrey Bogart, the crime thriller "Seven Thieves" (1960) with Edward G Robinson and "North to Alaska" (1960) with John Wayne. He also appeared in the comedic adaptation "The Honeymoon Machine" (1961) with Steve McQueen, "Bon Voyage!" (1962) with Fred MacMurray and "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" (1962). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the sixties, appearing in the James Garner comedy adaptation "The Wheeler Dealers" (1963), the Ernest Borgnine comedy "McHale's Navy" (1964) and the Tony Curtis comedic adaptation "Wild and Wonderful" (1964). He also appeared in the comedy "The Art of Love" (1965) with James Garner. Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the Ann-Margret comedy "Made in Paris" (1966), the Maurice Chevalier comedic adventure "Monkeys Go Home!" (1967) and the Woody Allen comedy "Take the Money and Run" (1969). Additionally, he appeared on the television special "Three For Tahiti" (ABC, 1969-1970). Hillaire more recently appeared in "Amerika" (1986-87). Hillaire passed away in January 1988 at the age of 80.