Film director, Actor
| Charles-Marie Vanel|
21 August 1892 (1892-08-21) Rennes, France
April 15, 1989, Cannes, France
Tintin et le mystere de la toison d'or (Mono Version)
Cannes Best Actor Award, David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actor, Honorary Cesar
The Wages of Fear, Les Diaboliques, To Catch a Thief, The Truth, Magnet of Doom
Henri‑Georges Clouzot, Vera Clouzot, Paul Meurisse, Raymond Bernard, Dario Moreno
Arlette Mauricette Bailly
Charles Vanel Wikipedia
Charles-Marie Vanel, known as Charles Vanel (21 August 1892 – 15 April 1989) was a French actor and director. He made his screen debut in 1912, in Robert Péguy's Jim Crow, and is perhaps best remembered for his role as a desperate truck driver in Clouzot's acclaimed The Wages of Fear, a film that won both the Golden Bear and Palme d'Or in 1953.
In Hitchcock's 1955 film, To Catch a Thief, he played a restaurateur who had served in the French Resistance with Cary Grant. Later in his career he would act alongside Jean-Paul Belmondo (Magnet of Doom) and Klaus Kinski (Golden Night).
In his 77-year career he appeared in more than 200 films.