Belgian actors died as a result of Pulmonary embolism

Here are 1 famous actors from Belgium died in Pulmonary embolism:

Jacques Brel

Jacques Brel (April 8, 1929 Schaerbeek-October 9, 1978 Bobigny) also known as Jaques Brel, Jacques Romain Georges Brel or Abbé Brel was a Belgian actor, singer-songwriter, film score composer, film director and screenwriter. He had three children, Chantal Brel, Isabelle Brel and France Brel.

Brel is widely regarded as a master of the modern chanson, a French style of music characterized by its poetic lyrics and cabaret style. He rose to fame in the 1950s, with hits such as "Ne me quitte pas" ("Don't Leave Me"), "La chanson des vieux amants" ("The Song of Old Lovers") and "Le Moribond" ("The Dying Man"). His music was infused with deep emotion and social commentary, and he often tackled controversial topics such as death, love, sex, and politics.

In addition to his music career, Brel was also a celebrated actor, starring in several French films including "La Bande à Bonnot" and "Franz". He also directed and wrote the screenplay for the film "Franz".

Brel was known for his intense, often theatrical performances and his powerful baritone voice. Despite his international success, he remained a deeply private person and retired from performing in 1967 to focus on his family and writing. He later returned to the stage briefly in the 1970s before his untimely death from lung cancer at the age of 49. His legacy lives on, with many of his songs considered classics of French popular music.

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