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Nationality  French
Role  Actor
Name  Jacques Dufilho
Years active  1939–2004
Occupation  Actor

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Born  19 February 1914 (1914-02-19) Begles, Aquitaine, France
Notable work  La Guerre des boutons Cher Victor Black and White in Color
Died  August 28, 2005, Ponsampere, France
Albums  Les grands du rire : Pierre Repp, Jacques Dufilho, La poupee (Mono Version)
Awards  Cesar Award for Best Supporting Actor, Moliere Award for Best Actor
Movies  War of the Buttons, Drummer‑Crab, Black and White in Color, A Bad Son, Zazie dans le Metro
Similar People  Yves Robert, Mino Guerrini, Pierre Schoendoerffer, Silvio Amadio, Claude Sautet

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This article incorporates information from the corresponding article in the French Wikipedia.

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Jacques Dufilho (19 February 1914 – 28 August 2005) was a French actor. He was born at Bègles (Gironde) and he died at Ponsampère (Gers).

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Life and career

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Dufilho appeared in 65 French productions. Moreover he was frequently seen in Italian films. In 1978 he received a César Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Le Crabe-tambour and in 1980 another one for his role in Un mauvais fils.

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The actor was also known as a collector of Bugatti vintage cars.

References

Jacques Dufilho Wikipedia