Jean-Paul Belmondo (Jean-Paul Belmondo; April 9, 1933, Neuilly-sur-Seine - September 6, 2021, Paris) - French stage and film actor, whose fame came from the role of an amoral fan of Humphrey Bogart in the manifesto of the French "new wave" - the film "Last Gasp" (1959). He also starred in the film "The Beast", "The Professional", "Ace of Ases," "Man of Rio", "One chance for two," "Woman is a woman," "Crazy Pierrot," and others. In his first films, he created the image of a young rebel with an irresistible smile and became one of the favorite actors of the European youth. Most often he played witty character roles in comedies and action films.
Fr. Jean Paul Charles Belmondo[7
Date of birt
April 9, 1933[...
Place of birt
Neuilly-sur-Seine, Seine, Ile-de-France, France[9
Date of deat
September 6, 2021 (age 88
Place of deat
Paris, Ile-de-France, France[4
Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor Commander of the Legion of Honor Officer of the Legion of Hono
Commander of the Order of the Legion of Honor Officer of the Order of Merit (France
Officer of the Order of Merit (France) Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters (France) Commander of the Order of Leopold
"Cesar" (1989) "Palme d'Or" (2011) "Golden Lion"