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Name  Julien Guiomar

Role  Film actor
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Born  3 May 1928Morlaix, France
Died  November 22, 2010, Monpazier, France
Movies  The Wing or the Thigh, Leolo, Incorrigible, My New Partner, Inspecteur la Bavure
Similar People  Claude Zidi, Jean‑Claude Lauzon, Ann Zacharias, Pierre Tornade, Philippe de Broca

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Julien Guiomar (3 May 1928 in Morlaix, Finistère, Brittany – 22 November 2010 in Agen, Lot-et-Garonne, Aquitaine), was a French film actor.

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The actor had retired to the Dordogne at Monpazier. The person who incarnated Colonel Vincent in "Papy fait de la resistance", Jacques Tricatel in "L'Aile ou la cuisse," who had donned the police colonel's uniform in "Z", of Costa-Gavras, Who died at the age of 82 from heart disease in the night of 21–22 November at the Saint-Hilaire clinic where he had been hospitalized.

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The man, born in Morlaix, was also very fond of the south-west. "It was an exceptional being, simple, a very easy approach," says an Agenais of the world of the spectacle who had participated in a show organized for the 80 years of the comedian in Dordogne Périgord.

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Filmography


  • Le Roi de cœur (King of Hearts), directed by Philippe de Broca (1966)
  • Ballade pour un chien, directed by Gérard Vergez (1967)
  • Le Voleur (The Thief of Paris), directed by Louis Malle (1967)
  • Toutes folles de lui, directed by Norbert Carbonnaux (1967)
  • Pour un amour lointain, directed by Edmond Séchan (1968)
  • La Louve solitaire, directed by Édouard Logereau (1968)
  • La Fiancée du pirate, directed by Nelly Kaplan (1969)
  • Z, directed by Costa-Gavras (1969)
  • L'Auvergnat et l'autobus, directed by Guy Lefranc (1969)
  • La Voie lactée (The Milky Way), directed by Luis Buñuel (1969)
  • La Horse, directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre (1970)
  • Borsalino, directed by Jacques Deray (1970)
  • Les Mariés de l'an II, directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau (1971)
  • Doucement les basses, directed by Jacques Deray (1971)
  • Décembre, directed by Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina (1972)
  • La violenza: quinto potere, directed by Florestano Vancini (1972)
  • L'Étrangleur, directed by Paul Vecchiali (1972)
  • La Raison du plus fou, directed by Raymond Devos and François Reichenbach (1973)
  • La Proprietà non è più un furto, directed by Elio Petri (1973)
  • L'Histoire très bonne et très joyeuse de Colinot trousse-chemise (The Edifying and Joyous Story of Colinot), directed by Nina Companeez (1973)
  • Tendre Dracula, directed by Pierre Grunstein (1974)
  • Dites-le avec des fleurs, directed by Pierre Grimblat (1974)
  • La Moutarde me monte au nez, directed by Claude Zidi (1974)
  • Bons baisers... à lundi, directed by Michel Audiard (1974)
  • Aloïse, directed by Liliane de Kermadec (1975)
  • Une baleine qui avait mal aux dents, directed by Jacques Bral (1975)
  • Section spéciale (Special Section), directed by Costa-Gavras (1975)
  • Souvenirs d'en France, directed by André Téchiné (1975)
  • Adieu poulet (The French Detective), directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre (1975)
  • L'Incorrigible, directed by Philippe de Broca (1975)
  • Mado, directed by Claude Sautet (1976)
  • L'Aile ou la cuisse, directed by Claude Zidi (1976)
  • Barocco, directed by André Téchiné (1976)
  • L'Animal, directed by Claude Zidi (1977)
  • Mort d'un pourri, directed by Georges Lautner (1977)
  • La Zizanie, directed by Claude Zidi (1978)
  • Ils sont fous ces sorciers, directed by Georges Lautner (1978)
  • Les Ringards, directed by Robert Pouret (1978)
  • Je vous ferai aimer la vie, directed by Serge Korber (1979)
  • Caro papà, directed by Dino Risi (1979)
  • Milo-Milo, directed by Nicos Perakis (1979)
  • Sono fotogenico, directed by Dino Risi (1980)
  • Le Bar du téléphone, directed by Claude Barrois (1980)
  • Inspecteur la Bavure, directed by Claude Zidi (1980)
  • Est-ce bien raisonnable ?, directed by Georges Lautner (1981)
  • Un chien dans un jeu de quilles, directed by Bernard Guillou (1983)
  • Équateur, directed by Serge Gainsbourg (1983)
  • Papy fait de la résistance, directed by Jean-Marie Poiré (1983)
  • Carmen, directed by Francesco Rosi (1984)
  • Les Ripoux (My New Partner), directed by Claude Zidi (1984)
  • L'Arbre sous la mer, directed by Philippe Muyl (1985)
  • The Alley Cat (Le Matou), directed by Jean Beaudin (TV) (1985)
  • Le Débutant, directed by Daniel Janneau (1986)
  • Jubiabá, directed by Nelson Pereira dos Santos (1986)
  • Flag, directed by Jacques Santi (1987)
  • Dernier été à Tanger, directed by Alexandre Arcady (1987)
  • Les Deux crocodiles, directed by Joël Séria (1987)
  • Terre sacrée, directed by Emilio Pacull (1988)
  • Lucifer et l'horloger, directed by Luc Lefebvre (short film) (1989)
  • African Timber, directed by Peter F. Bringmann (1989)
  • Astérix et le coup du menhir, directed by Philippe Grimond (voice) (1989)
  • Plein fer, directed by Josée Dayan (1990)
  • Robinson et compagnie, directed by Jacques Colombat (voice) (1991)
  • Léolo, directed by Jean-Claude Lauzon (1992)
  • Je m'appelle Victor, directed by Guy Jacques (1993)
  • Violetta la reine de la moto, directed by Guy Jacques (1997)
  • Que la lumière soit, directed by Arthur Joffé (1998)
  • Un peu de retenue !, directed by Sylvain Gillet (short film) (1999)
  • J'ai faim !!!, directed by Florence Quentin (2001)
  • Reptil, directed by Pascal Stervinou (short film) (2003)
  • Clandestino, directed by Paule Muxel (2003)

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