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Name
  
Julien Bertheau

Role
  
Actor


Spouse
  
Denise Clair (m. ?–1970)

Children
  
Alain Bertheau

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Died
  
October 28, 1995, Nice, France

Movies
  
That Obscure Object of, The Phantom of Liberty, The Discreet Charm of, Love on the Run, The Milky Way

Similar People
  
Serge Silberman, Edmond Richard, Jean‑Claude Carriere, Luis Bunuel, Robert Vernay

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Julien Bertheau (19 June 1910 – 28 October 1995) was a French actor.

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Biography

Born in Algiers, Algeria, before making his debut at the Comédie-Française on 18 December 1936, he worked as manager of the Theatre de la Porte Saint-Martin, then he studied with Charles Dullin at the Atelier Theatre, appeared in plays at the Comédie des Champs-Elysées and finally worked with Louis Jouvet. He left the Comédie-French after twenty-two years.

In 1961, he starred in Madame Sans-Gene opposite Sophia Loren. Bertheau was one of the favorite actors of Luis Buñuel, appearing in his Cela s'appelle l'aurore (1955), playing a butler in La Voie lactée (1969), a bishop in Le Charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972) and a policeman in Le Fantôme de la liberté (1974).

Bertheau died in Nice in 1995. His son, Alain Bertheau, was also a notable stage actor.

Television

  • 1961 : Les Parents terribles de Jean Cocteau, réalisation Jean-Paul Carrère
  • 1963 : Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge de Claude Barma
  • 1964 : Le Miroir à trois faces : Werther (de Wolfgang Goethe), émission télévisée d'Aimée Mortimer : Albin Kespner
  • 1975 : ce soir : La Facture de Françoise Dorin, mise en scène Jacques Charon, réalisation Pierre Sabbagh, Théâtre Édouard VII
  • References

    Julien Bertheau Wikipedia


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