• Born on
    • February 14th, 1929
  • Died on
    • March 25th, 1987
François-Alexandre Galepides, known by the stage name Moustache, was a French actor and jazz drummer of Greek descent. He was born 14 February 1929 in Paris and died 25 March 1987 in Arpajon in a car accident. In 1948 he joined Lorient, the orchestra of Claude Luter, as a drummer, playing in clubs of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. He also regularly accompanied Sidney Bechet in France. From 1950, he led his own bands (Les sept complices and Les gros minets). With the group Moustache et ses Moustachus, from 1956, he recorded, as a drummer and singer, several rock'n'roll novelty songs (e.g. "Le Croque-Skull-Creux", on a text by Boris Vian). In 1978, he formed the group Les petits Français (including Marcel Zanini, Michel Attenoux and François Guin), which recorded, among other things, jazz pieces by Georges Brassens. In parallel, Moustache had a career as a restaurateur (the restaurant Moustache, Avenue Duquesne Paris), head of clubs (in the 1960s, The Bilboquet and in 1976, The Jazz Club at the Hotel Méridien Etoile), comic and actor. He was a member of the Star Racing Team in motor racing, with other celebrities of the 1980s such actors Jean-Louis Trintignant and Guy Marchand. Source: Article "Moustache (actor)" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.

Starring Moustache on Plex

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    Sgt. Garcia


Acting (9 Credits)

1982Quarter to Two Before Jesus Christ as Emir
1977Silver Bears as Signore Bendetti
1975Zorro as Sgt. Garcia
1966How to Steal a Million as Guard
1964Circus World as Bartender
1961Paris Blues
1961Goodbye Again as Personality Dancing at the Épi Club
1958Neither Seen Nor Recognized as Ovide Parju
1957Love in the Afternoon as Butcher (uncredited)

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