Belgian actors who deceased in 1966

Here are 2 famous actors from Belgium died in 1966:

Raoul Lévy

Raoul Lévy (April 14, 1922 Antwerp-December 31, 1966 Saint-Tropez) a.k.a. Raoul Levy, R. Lévy, Raoul J. Lévy or R. J. Lévy was a Belgian film producer, screenwriter, film director and actor.

He was the co-founder of the French film production company, Les Films de la Pléiade, which was responsible for producing many classic French New Wave films such as Jean-Luc Godard's "Breathless" and Jacques Rivette's "Paris Belongs to Us".

In addition to his work in the film industry, Raoul Levy was also a published author, with his novel "Les Jours Sauvages" being adapted into a film in 1964. He also wrote and directed several of his own films, including "Adorable Julia" in 1962 which starred Catherine Deneuve.

Despite his impressive filmography and successful career, Raoul Levy suffered from depression and sadly took his own life at the age of 44.

Charles Andre

Charles Andre (April 26, 1901 Roux, Belgium-March 1, 1966 United States of America) was a Belgian actor.

He began his acting career in Europe, performing in plays in both Belgium and France. In the early 1930s, he moved to the United States and began acting in Hollywood films. He appeared in over 50 films, including "Algiers" (1938), "The Wolf Man" (1941), and "Gilda" (1946). Andre often played supporting roles, but was known for his ability to bring depth and nuance to his characters. Outside of his film work, Andre was also involved in theater and radio productions. He served in the United States Army during World War II, and continued acting until his death in 1966.

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