Claude Brasseur( Actor)
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Brasseur (Brasseur) Claude (p. 15. 06. 1936), French actor.
Son of Pierre Brasseur and actresses dressed Jouaiya. First, he studied at the theater courses P. Girard and P. Simon, then at the Conservatory of Dramatic Art. He worked in the theater, and then began to act in films. Made his debut at the M. Carne in the movie 'edge, where I come' (1956). His playing style, temperament, Claude Brasseur recalls his father, although its best endeavors to develop his own style. He was equally successful with the comic characters in the film 'We're going to Heaven' (Nous Irons Tous Au Paradis / Pardon Mon Affaire, Too, 1977) Yves Robert, and 'pinned Corporal' (Le Caporal Epingle, 1961) F. Renoir and complex human characters ( 'A man once' (Un Homme De Trop, 1967) Costa Gavrosa, and later in the 'Baroque' (Barocco, 1976) A. Tц?chinц?, in 'Wild State' (Letat Sauvage, 1978) F. Giraud, in the films 'Other People's Money' (L'argent Des Autres, 1978) K. de Chalonge, 'men's work' (Une Affaire D'hommes, 1981) H. Reeb. Rushing, but sincere in his unrequited love, he appears in 'Simple stories' / 'Everybody has their own chance' (Une Histoire Simple) K. Saute.
A distinctive feature Brasseur - he was willing to work with young directors - so it was in 1964 when he starred in Jean-L. Godard in the 'Apart from the gangs' (Bande A Part, 1964); with Francois Truffaut in 1972, when he gave him a role in the film 'Such beauty as I' (Une Belle Fille Comme Moi). He starred in M. Ophц?ls in 1963 in the film 'banana skin' (Peau De Banane, 1963).
Unfortunately, Claude Brasseur little visible on the screen. His last role was in 'Dancing Machine' Jules Bea (Dancing Machine) in 1990, where he was partnered by Alain Delon.