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Jean Claude Pascal

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Name  Jean-Claude Pascal

Role  Singer
Jean-Claude Pascal JeanClaude Pascal uniFrance Films
Died  May 5, 1992, Paris, France
Parents  Arlette Lemoine, Roger Villeminot
Movies  Angelique and the Sultan, Caroline and the Rebels, The Lebanese Mission, Flesh and the Woman, I tre ladri

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Jean-Claude Pascal (24 October 1927 in Paris, France – 5 May 1992), born Jean-Claude Villeminot, was a French comedian and singer.

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After surviving World War II in Strasbourg, Pascal studied at the Sorbonne before turning to fashion-designing for Christian Dior. While working on costumes for the theater production of the play Don Juan, he was exposed to acting. His first acting role was in the film Quattro rose rosse (1951) opposite Anouk Aimée, followed by several films including Die schöne Lügnerin (La Belle et l'empereur 1959, 'Beautiful Liar') with Romy Schneider and Angelique and the Sultan (Angélique et le sultan, 1968) with Michèle Mercier.

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Pascal won the 1961 Eurovision Song Contest for Luxembourg with the song "Nous les amoureux" ('We the lovers'), with music composed by Jacques Datin and lyrics by Maurice Vidalin. He later represented Luxembourg again in the 1981 contest and finished 11th of 20 with the song "C'est peut-être pas l'Amérique" ('It may not be America'), with words and music he composed together with Sophie Makhno and Jean-Claude Petit.

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Discography


  • "Lili Marleen" (French and German)
  • "Nous les amoureux"
  • "C'est peut-être pas l'Amérique"
  • Filmography

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  • Great Man (1951), as L'interne Marcillac
  • Ils étaient cinq (1952), as Philippe
  • Quattro rose rosse (1952), as Pietro Leandri
  • La Forêt de l'adieu (1952), as Jean-Pierre
  • Judgement of God (1952), as Albert III, Duke of Bavaria
  • Le Plus Heureux des hommes (1952), as Michel Brissac
  • The Crimson Curtain (1953), as The officer
  • Un caprice de Caroline chérie (1953), as Livio
  • Children of Love (1953), as Doctor Jacques Baurain
  • Alarm in Morocco (1953), as Jean Pasqier
  • Le Chevalier de la nuit (1953), as Chevalier Georges de Ségar
  • Tempest in the Flesh (1954), as Gino
  • Royal Affairs in Versailles (1954), as Axel von Fersen
  • Flesh and the Woman (1954), as Pierre Martel
  • The Three Thieves (1954), as Gastone Cascarilla
  • Caroline and the Rebels (1955), as Juan d'Aranda / de Sallanches
  • Bad Liaisons (1955), as Blaise Walter
  • Milord l'Arsouille (1955), as Lord Henry Seymour
  • Le Salaire du péché (1956), as Jean de Charvin
  • The Lebanese Mission (1956), as Jean Domèvre
  • Les Lavandières du Portugal (1957), as Jean-François Aubray
  • Guinguette (1959), as Marco
  • Pêcheur d'Islande (1959), as Guillaume Floury
  • Le Fric (1959), as Jacques Moulin
  • Die schöne Lügnerin (1959), as Tsar Alexander I
  • The Opportunists (1960), as Philippe Brideau
  • Préméditation (1960), as Bernard Sommet
  • The Crossroads (1960), as Javier
  • Le Rendez-vous (1961), as Pierre
  • La Salamandre d'or (1962), as Antoine de Montpezat
  • Sans merveille (TV film, 1964), as Franck
  • Vol 272 (TV miniseries, 1964), as Marc
  • Le Faux Pas (TV film, 1965), as Robert
  • The Poppy Is Also a Flower (1966), as Galam Khan
  • Comment ne pas épouser un milliardaire (TV series, 1966), as Commandant Jean Leroy-Dantec
  • Las cuatro bodas de Marisol (1967), as Frank Moore
  • Indomptable Angélique (1967), as Osman Ferradji
  • Angélique et le Sultan (1968), as Osman Ferradji
  • Unter den Dächern von St. Pauli (1970), as Doctor Pasucha
  • Au théâtre ce soir: Les Français à Moscou (TV play, 1972), as Blanchet
  • Le Temps de vivre, le temps d'aimer (TV series, 1973), as Jean Moser
  • Le Chirurgien de Saint-Chad (TV series, 1976), as Doctor Patrick Villaresi
  • Liebe läßt alle Blumen blühen (TV film, 1984), as Marquis de Formentière
  • Au théâtre ce soir: Adieu Prudence (TV play, 1985), as Fred Russel

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    References

    Jean-Claude Pascal Wikipedia


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