Here are 18 famous actors from France died at 73:
Blaise Cendrars (September 1, 1887 La Chaux-de-Fonds-January 21, 1961 Paris) also known as Cendrars, Blaise, Frédéric-Louis Sauser or Frédéric Louis Sauser was a French novelist, poet, actor and film director.
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Christian Marquand (March 15, 1927 Marseille-November 22, 2000 Ivry-sur-Seine) also known as Cristian Marquand, Christian Marquant or Chr. Marquand was a French actor, film director and screenwriter. His child is called Yann Marquand.
He died caused by alzheimer's disease.
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Philippe Hériat (September 15, 1898 Paris-October 10, 1971 Paris) also known as Philippe Heriat, Raymond Payelle or Raymond Gérard Payelle was a French novelist, actor and playwright.
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Jean Carmet (April 25, 1920 Bourgueil-April 20, 1994 Sèvres) a.k.a. Jean Gabriel Edmond Carmet was a French actor and screenwriter. He had two children, Olivier Carmet and Jean-François Carmet.
He died in natural causes.
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Jacques Tourneur (November 12, 1904 Paris-December 19, 1977 Bergerac) otherwise known as Jack Tourneur or Jack Turner was a French film director, television director, actor and film editor.
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Léon Bary (June 6, 1880 Paris-January 7, 1954 Paris) a.k.a. Leon Bary, Léon Barry or Leon Barry was a French actor and film director.
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Michel Saint-Denis (September 13, 1897 Beauvais-July 31, 1971 London) was a French actor.
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André Charlot (July 26, 1882 Paris-May 20, 1956 Woodland Hills) also known as André Eugene Maurice Charlo or Andre Charlot was a French actor and impresario. His child is called Philip Charlot.
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Michel Duchaussoy (November 29, 1938 Valenciennes-March 13, 2012 Paris) also known as Michel René Jacques Duchaussoy or Michel Rene Jacques Duchaussoy was a French actor.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Sam Marx (October 23, 1859 Mertzwiller-May 10, 1933 Los Angeles) also known as Frenchie, Simon Marrix or Samuel Marx was a French actor. He had six children, Harpo Marx, Zeppo Marx, Gummo Marx, Leonard Marx, Groucho Marx and Manfred Marx.
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Gabriel Cattand (November 29, 1923 Bonneville-August 9, 1997 Yvelines) was a French actor.
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Vittorio De Sica (July 7, 1901 Sora-November 13, 1974 Neuilly-sur-Seine) otherwise known as V. De Sica, De Sica, Vittorio Domenico Stanislao Gaetano Sorano De Sica or Vittorio de Sica was a French film director, actor, screenwriter and film producer. He had three children, Christian De Sica, Manuel De Sica and Emi De Sica.
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Paul Bonifas (June 3, 1902 Paris-November 9, 1975 Vernouillet) also known as Paul Boniface, Victor Boniface, Bonifas, Bonifas de la Comédie, Française or The Molière Players was a French actor.
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Raymond Rognoni (August 16, 1892 Paris-September 26, 1965 Paris) also known as Rognoni, Raymond Rognoni or Raynond Rognoni was a French actor and comedian.
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André Lefaur (July 25, 1879 Paris-December 5, 1952 Boulevard Raspail) a.k.a. Andre Lefaurichon was a French actor.
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Romuald Joubé (June 20, 1876 Mazères, Ariège-September 14, 1949 Gisors) also known as Romuald Charles Eugène Goudins Jean Sylve Joubé or Romuald Charles Eugène Goudens Jean Sylve Joubé was a French actor.
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André Bauge (January 4, 1893 Toulouse-May 26, 1966 Clichy) also known as Andre Bauge, Bauge, André or André Baugé was a French actor and opera singer.
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Roger Bourdin (June 14, 1900 Levallois-Perret-September 14, 1973 Paris) was a French actor, opera singer and teacher.
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