Belgian actors who deceased in 2002

Here are 2 famous actors from Belgium died in 2002:

Claude Volter

Claude Volter (January 31, 1933 Matadi-October 15, 2002 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre) a.k.a. Claude Wolter was a Belgian actor, theatre director and comedian. He had one child, Philippe Volter.

Volter began his career in the early 1950s as a theater actor, and later became a well-known director and comedian. He founded the Théâtre de la Place in Liège in 1973, and under his direction, it became one of the most important theaters in Belgium. He was known for his innovative productions, often pushing boundaries and exploring unconventional themes. In addition to his work in theater, Volter appeared in several films and television series. He also worked as a voice actor, lending his voice to numerous films and television shows. Volter passed away in 2002 at the age of 69. His legacy as an influential figure in Belgian theater and comedy continues to be felt to this day.

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Raymond Gérôme

Raymond Gérôme (May 17, 1920 Brussels-February 2, 2002 Paris) also known as Raymond Gerome was a Belgian actor.

He began his acting career in the theater, performing in various productions in Brussels and Paris. Gérôme made his film debut in 1948, appearing in the French drama "La Chartreuse de Parme". He went on to act in more than 50 films, including the acclaimed French films "The Trial" (1962) and "Contempt" (1963).

Aside from acting, Gérôme was also a well-known voice actor, lending his voice to over 120 French dubbed films, including playing the iconic villain Darth Vader in the French dub of the original "Star Wars" trilogy.

Gérôme continued acting in films and on television until his death in Paris in 2002. He was 81 years old.

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