Victor Lanoux

Victor Lanoux

  • Born on
    • June 18th, 1936
  • Died on
    • May 4th, 2017
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Victor Lanoux (born 18 June 1936 in Paris) is a French actor.He started out in cabaret, where he collaborated with Pierre Richard. He made one of his earliest film appearances in The Shameless Old Lady. He received two César nominations in 1976, for his roles in Cousin, cousine and Adieu poulet. His best known role outside of Europe is perhaps that of The Thief in the 1985 comedy classic National Lampoon's European Vacation. Description above from the Wikipedia article  Victor Lanoux, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Acting (15 Credits)

2001A Hell of a Day as Maurice Degombert
1997Les démons de Jésus as Jo
1992Le bal des casse-pieds as Frank Salvage
1986Scene of the Crime as Maurice
1984Dog Day as Horace
1978The Escape as Martial Gaulard
1977In a Wild Moment as Jacques
1977Pardon Mon Affaire, Too! as Boulifet, aka "Bouly"
1976Pardon Mon Affaire as « Bouly »
1975Cousin cousine as Ludovic
1975The French Detective as Pierre Lardatte
1975The Common Man as le costaud
1973The Dominici Affair as Gustave Dominici
1973Two Men in Town as Marcel
1973I Don't Know Much, But I'll Say Everything as l'ouvrier faisant équipe avec Pierre déguisé

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