Belgian actors who deceased in 1977

Here are 2 famous actors from Belgium died in 1977:

Victor Francen

Victor Francen (August 5, 1888 Tienen-November 18, 1977 Saint-Cannat) also known as Victor Franssen or Victor Franssens was a Belgian actor.

Victor Francen began his acting career in Belgium before moving to Paris in the 1920s. He gained international recognition for his role in the French film "La Kermesse héroïque" (1935). Francen went on to appear in numerous films in France and Hollywood, with notable performances in "The Madwoman of Chaillot" (1969) and "The Train" (1964). He also had a successful career in theater, performing in productions in Paris and New York. In addition to his acting work, Francen was a painter and writer. He published several books, including a memoir about his experiences during World War II titled "Vivre Libre: Journal d'un Resistant".

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Eugene Deckers

Eugene Deckers (November 27, 2014 France-November 27, 1977) otherwise known as Eugène Deckers, G. Deckers, Deckers or E. Deckers was a Belgian actor.

Originally born in France, Deckers later became a Belgian citizen and appeared in over 80 films throughout his career. He is best known for his roles in "The Day the Earth Caught Fire" (1961), "Return of the Fly" (1959), and "The Guns of Navarone" (1961). Though he often played small roles, his performances were memorable and impactful. Deckers also appeared on stage and on television and was considered to be a versatile and talented actor. He passed away on his 63rd birthday in 1977.

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