Albert Rémy

Albert Rémy

  • Born on
    • April 9th, 1911
  • Died on
    • January 26th, 1967
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Albert Rémy was a French actor best known for his supporting roles in François Truffaut's first two feature films. He played Antoine Doinel's father in The 400 Blows and Charlie Koller's (Charles Aznavour) brother in Shoot the Piano Player. He also appeared in Marcel Carné's Les Enfants du Paradis, John Frankenheimer's The Train and Rene Clement's Is Paris Burning?. Description above from the Wikipedia article Albert Rémy, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Acting (18 Credits)

1967The 25th Hour as Joseph Grenier
1967Shock Troops as Emile
1966Grand Prix as Surgeon (as Albert Remy)
1966Is Paris Burning? as Policeman / Le gendarme
1964The Train as Didont
1964Weekend at Dunkirk as Virrel
1962Gigot as Alphonse (as Albert Remy)
1962The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
1962Le septième juré as Police Superintendent
1960Shoot the Piano Player as Chico Saroyan
1959The 400 Blows as Julien Doinel
1958Love Is My Profession as Le commissaire à la préfecture (uncredited)
1956Elena and Her Men as Buchez
1955Razzia as Bibi, le complice de Roger
1955French Cancan as Barjolin
1947Devil in the Flesh as Sexton
1945Children of Paradise as Scarpia Barrigni
1943It Happened at the Inn as Jean des Goupi


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