Here are 2 famous actors from Belgium died at 77:
Paul Cammermans (July 10, 1921 Berlaar-January 22, 1999 Zemst) was a Belgian film director and actor.
He started his career as a theater actor and director, but later shifted his focus to filmmaking. Cammermans directed numerous films in his career, including "A Dog of Flanders" (1960) and "The Good Soldier Schweik" (1964).
He was also a founding member of the Belgian film festival, Flanders International Film Festival Ghent, and served as its director from 1974 until 1987. In addition, Cammermans was a professor of film studies at the University of Brussels and authored several books on film theory and history.
Cammermans' contributions to Belgian cinema, both as a director and film scholar, have earned him widespread recognition as a pioneer of the country's film industry.
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Raymond Rouleau (June 4, 1904 Brussels-December 11, 1981 Paris) also known as Edgar Rouleau was a Belgian film director and actor. He had two children, Fabrice Rouleau and Philippe Rouleau.
Rouleau made his directorial debut in 1938 with the film "La Citadelle du silence", and went on to direct several successful French films such as "Agence matrimoniale" (1952) and "Le Comte de Monte Cristo" (1954). He was also a prolific stage director, particularly known for his adaptations of classic plays such as Molière's "Tartuffe" and Shakespeare's "Hamlet". He was awarded the Legion of Honor in 1976 for his contributions to French culture. In addition to his work in cinema and theater, Rouleau also wrote several novels and plays. Despite being a Belgian native, Rouleau spent much of his career working in France and was considered an important figure in French cultural life.
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