Artist Michel Bouquet

Michel Bouquet (crédit photo : BéatriceLouise / Wiki Commons)

Michel Bouquet is a French actor born on November 6, 1925 in the 14th district of Paris.

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    It was in 1943 that Michel Bouquet made the meeting of his life with Maurice Escande, member of the Comédie Française. He then followed his classes.

    Thereafter, he joined the Conservatory of Dramatic Art with Gerard Philippe. He met Jean Anouilh at the Théâtre de l’Atelier and then Jean Vilar at the TNP and at the Avignon Festival. He went on stage for the first time in 1944 in Romeo and Jeannette. His career is immense in the theater with nearly a hundred plays performed including Le roi se meurt by Eugene Ionesco or Tartuffe and L’avare by Molière.

    In the cinema, it was in 1947 that he turned for the first time under the command of Maurice Cloche in Monsieur Vincent. His greatest roles were in La mariée était en noir, La rupture, Deux hommes dans la ville, Poulet au vinaigre, Les misérables, Tous les matins du monde ou Le promeneur du Champ-de-Mars.

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