Michel Auclair

Michel Auclair

  • Born on
    • September 14th, 1922
  • Died on
    • January 7th, 1988
Michel Auclair (born Vladimir Vujović; 14 September 1922 – 7 January 1988) was an actor of Serbian and French ancestry, known best for his roles in French cinema. Auclair was born to a Serbian father (born in Požarevac, Serbia) and a French mother in Koblenz. His father was Vojislav Vujović, prominent Yugoslav Communist and secretary of the Communist Youth International. Auclair moved to Paris when he was three years old. He entered medical school but then studied acting at the CNSAD in Paris. While a major French star, he only had two English-language roles: as Professor Flostre in the 1957 musical Funny Face with Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire, and as a French police investigator in Day of the Jackal (1973) with Edward Fox. Source: Article "Michel Auclair" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.


Acting (17 Credits)

1985Christopher Columbus as Luis De Santangel
1982Mille milliards de dollars as Michel Saint-Claude
1982Quarter to Two Before Jesus Christ as Consul Demetrius
1982Enigma as Doctor
1981Pour la peau d'un flic
1980Three Men to Kill as Leprince
1979The Medic as le patron
1977Judge Fayard Called the Sheriff as Simon Pradal
19757 morts sur ordonnance as Dr Mathy
1973The Day of the Jackal as Colonel Rolland
1971Swashbuckler as Prince
1959Maigret and the St. Fiacre Case as Maurice de Saint-Fiacre
1957Funny Face as Pr Emile Flostre
1954Royal Affairs in Versailles as Jacques Damiens
1949Manon as Robert Dégrieux
1947The Damned as Willy Morus
1946Beauty and the Beast as Ludovic


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