Paul Crauchet

Paul Crauchet

  • Born on
    • July 14th, 1920
  • Died on
    • December 19th, 2012
Paul Crauchet (14 July 1920 – 19 December 2012)[1] was a French actor. As a young man interested in aviation and rugby, Paul Crauchet discovered a passion for the theatre at the age of 23. He settled in Paris in 1945, he studied under Charles Dullin for three years and began on stage in 1949. He then worked at the Théâtre National Populaire with Jean Vilar. Crauchet appeared in the first film by Éric Rohmer, The Sign of Leo, in 1959, and then in 1962 in The War of the Buttons of Yves Robert. It is in The Wise Guys of Robert Enrico in 1965 that he became noticed. He had a very long career during which he worked with many directors, such as Alain Resnais, René Clément, Jean-Pierre Melville, Jacques Deray and José Giovanni. In 1983 he starred in Les Bancals. Source: Article "Paul Crauchet" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.

Starring Paul Crauchet on Plex


Acting (26 Credits)

2009Wild Grass as le 1er patient
2007The Grocer's Son as Le Père Clément
2007The Merry Widow as Gaby
1996The Green Planet as Osam
1990The King's Whore as Le Duc de Luynes
1990My Father's Glory as Edmond des Papillons, aka Mond des Parpaillouns
1990My Mother's Castle as Edmond des Papillons, aka Mond des Parpaillouns
1978Un papillon sur l'épaule as Raphaël
1975The Track as Rollin
1975Flic Story as Paul Robier
1973The Dominici Affair as Commissioner Sébeille
1973The Burned Barns as Pierre
1972A Cop as Morand
1971Without Apparent Motive as Francis Palombo
1971Swashbuckler as Public Prosecutor
1970Last Known Address as Jacques Loring, Martin's neighbor
1970Le Cercle Rouge as The Receiver
1969La Piscine as L'inspecteur Lévêque
1969Army of Shadows as Félix Lepercq
1968Ho! as Georges Briand
1967The Last Adventure as Insurer
1966The War Is Over as Roberto
1966Is Paris Burning? as Priest
1965The Wise Guys as Pélissier
1962Le signe du lion as Fred
1962War of the Buttons as Touegueule


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