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François Périer

François Périer
Born François Pillu
(1919-11-10)10 November 1919
Paris, France
Died

29 June 2002(2002-06-29) (aged 82#REDIRECT

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Occupation actor
Years active 1938–2000
Spouse(s) Jacqueline Porel (1941–1947)
Marie Daëms (1949–1959)
Colette Boutouland (1961–2002)

François Périer, (10 November 1919 – 29 June 2002), born François Pillu in Paris, was a French actor.

He made over 110 film and TV appearances between 1938 and 1996. He was also prominent in the theatre. Among his most notable parts was that of Hugo in the first production of Jean-Paul Sartre's Les Mains Sales in 1948. He was the narrator of the French-language version of Fantasia.

Filmography

Documentation

, directed by Étienne Périer

Documentation

, directed by Jacqueline Audry

Documentation

, directed by Jean-Marie Périer

Documentation

, directed by Florestano Vancini (TV miniseries)

Documentation

, directed by Luigi Perelli (TV miniseries)

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