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Bernard Giraudeau

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Years active  1971–2010
Grandchildren  Mona Hubert
Spouse  Anny Duperey (m. ?–2010)
Role  Actor
Name  Bernard Giraudeau

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Born  18 June 1947 (1947-06-18) La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime
Occupation  Actor, director, producer, scriptwriter
Died  July 17, 2010, Paris, France
Children  Sara Giraudeau, Gael Giraudeau
Movies  Water Drops on Burning, Bilitis, Unpredictable Nature of the River, Les Specialistes, Year of the Jellyfish
Similar People  Anny Duperey, Sara Giraudeau, Gael Giraudeau, Cris Campion, Bernard Le Coq

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Bernard René Giraudeau (18 June 1947 – 17 July 2010) was a French actor, film director, scriptwriter, producer and writer.

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Early life

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He was born on 18 June 1947 in La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime. In 1963 he enlisted in the French navy as a trainee engineer, qualifying as the first in his class a year later. He served on the helicopter carrier Jeanne d'Arc in 1964–1965 and 1965–1966, and subsequently on the frigate Duquesne and the aircraft carrier Clemenceau before leaving the navy to try his luck as an actor.

Career

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Giraudeau first appeared on film in Deux hommes dans la ville (1973), and his first film as director was in 1987, though he continued to work as an actor. As a writer, wrote the text of books of photography as well as publishing children's stories (Contes d'Humahuaca, 2002) and several novels. He was also the reader on the French audiobooks of the Harry Potter series.

Personal life

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He was married to actress and author Anny Duperey, with whom he had two children; one of them, Sara Giraudeau, has achieved success as an actress.

Death

In 2000 he suffered a cancer which led to the removal of his left kidney, with a subsequent metastasis in 2005 affecting his lungs. He said that the cancer led him to re-evaluate his life and understand himself better. He devoted some of his time to the support of cancer victims through the Institut Curie and the Institut Gustave-Roussy in Paris. He died of his cancer on 17 July 2010 in a Paris hospital.

Filmography as film actor

  • 1973 – Deux Hommes dans la ville, directed by José Giovanni – Frédéric Cazeneuve
  • 1975 – Le Gitan, directed by José Giovanni – Mareuil
  • 1976 – Bilitis, directed by David Hamilton – Lucas
  • 1977 – Moi, fleur bleue – Isidore
  • 1977 – Et la tendresse ? Bordel ! – Luc
  • 1979 – Le Toubib, directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre – François
  • 1980 – La Boum – Éric Thompson
  • 1981 – Viens chez moi, j'habite chez une copine, directed by Patrice Leconte – Daniel
  • 1981 – Croque la vie, directed by Jean-Charles Tacchella – Alain
  • 1981 : Passione d'amore, directed by Ettore Scola – Capitaine Giorgio Bacchetti
  • 1982 : Le Grand Pardon, directed by Alexandre Arcady
  • 1982 : Hécate, directed by Daniel Schmid – Julien Rochelle
  • 1983 : Le Ruffian, directed by José Giovanni – Gérard
  • 1983 : Papy fait de la résistance, directed by Jean-Marie Poiré
  • 1984 – Rue barbare, directed by Gilles Béhat – Chet
  • 1984 – L'Année des méduses, directed by Christopher Frank – Romain Kalides
  • 1985 – Les Spécialistes, directed by Patrice Leconte – Paul Brandon
  • 1985 – Bras de fer, directed by Gérard Vergez – Delancourt
  • 1986 – Les Longs Manteaux – Murat
  • 1986 – Poussière d'ange – Inspector Simon Blount
  • 1987 – L'homme voilé – Pierre
  • 1990 – La Reine blanche, directed by Jean-Loup Hubert – Yvon
  • 1992 – Après l'amour, directed by Diane Kurys – David
  • 1992 – Drôles d'oiseaux, directed by Peter Kassovitz – Constant Van Loo
  • 1993 – Une nouvelle vie, directed by Olivier Assayas – Constantin
  • 1994 – Elles ne pensent qu'à ça..., directed by Charlotte Dubreuil
  • 1994 – Le Fils préféré, directed by Nicole Garcia – Francis
  • 1996 – Ridicule, directed by Patrice Leconte – Abbé de Vilecourt
  • 1997 – Marquise, directed by Véra Belmont – Molière
  • 1997 – Marthe, directed by Jean-Loup Hubert – The Colonel
  • 1997 : Marianna Ucrìa
  • 1998 – TGV, directed by Moussa Touré – Roger
  • 1998 – Le Double de ma moitié, directed by Yves Amoureux – Thierry Montino
  • 1999 – Gouttes d'eau sur pierres brûlantes, directed by François Ozon – Léopold
  • 1999 – Une affaire de goût, directed by Bernard Rapp – Frédéric Delamont
  • 2002 – La Petite Lili, directed by Claude Miller – Brice
  • 2002 – Ce jour-là – Emil
  • 2003 – Je suis un assassin – Brice Kantor
  • 2003 – Chok-Dee – Jean
  • 2003 – The Hook
  • Filmography as director

    1988 – La Face de l'ogre (film TV) 1991 – L'Autre (film, 1991), d'après le roman d'Andrée Chédid 1992 – Un été glacé (film TV) 1996 – Les Caprices d'un fleuve

    Documentaries

    The travels of Bernard Giraudeau 1992 – La Transamazonienne 1999 – Un ami chilien 1999 – Chili Norte – Chili Sure 2003 – Esquisses Philippines

    References

    Bernard Giraudeau Wikipedia


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