French actors who deceased at age 18

Here are 1 famous actors from France died at 18:

Robert Benayoun

Robert Benayoun (April 5, 2015 Kenitra-October 20, 1996 Paris) was a French writer, film critic, actor, film director and screenwriter.

Born in Morocco, Benayoun moved to France and began his career as a film critic, writing for publications such as Cahiers du Cinéma and Positif. He also wrote several books on cinema, including a biography of French filmmaker Jean Cocteau.

In addition to his writing, Benayoun also acted in several films, such as Claude Chabrol's "The Champagne Murders" and Jean-Luc Godard's "Weekend." Later in his career, he also directed and wrote screenplays for films like "Je, tu, il, elle" and "Le Lit."

Throughout his life, Benayoun was known for his passion for cinema and his dedication to promoting French cinema around the world. He was also a close friend of several prominent French filmmakers, including Godard and Cocteau, and was known for his wit and intelligence.

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