French actors died because of Aneurysm

Here are 2 famous actors from France died in Aneurysm:

Benoît Régent

Benoît Régent (August 19, 1953 Nantes-October 21, 1994 Zürich) a.k.a. Benoit Regent or Benoît Michel Régent was a French actor.

He began his acting career in the 1970s and went on to become a prominent figure in French cinema, appearing in over 50 films in his career. Some of his notable works include "La Balance" (1982), "37°2 le matin" (1986), and "Chouans!" (1988). He was also known for his work in theater, having performed in various plays throughout his career.

Outside of acting, Régent was a talented musician and played the guitar. He contributed his musical abilities to some of his film roles, even creating a blues band called "Les Rapaces" with actor Francis Huster. Sadly, Régent passed away at the young age of 41 due to complications from AIDS. His death was significant in raising awareness about the disease and its impact on the world of entertainment.

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Henri Salvador

Henri Salvador (July 18, 1917 Cayenne-February 13, 2008 Paris) also known as Henri, Henry Salvador, Cording, Henry, Henri Gabriel Salvador or H.Salvador was a French singer, actor and comedian. His child is called Jean-Marie Périer.

Henri Salvador was born in Cayenne, French Guiana but moved to France in his adolescence to pursue his passion for music. In the 1930s he began performing as a guitarist and eventually joined the jazz group of Django Reinhardt.

During World War II, Salvador fought for the French Resistance and was captured by the Gestapo, but managed to escape. He later went on to become a popular singer in France, known for his suave crooner style and playful humor.

In addition to his music career, Salvador also worked in film and television, and even served as a judge on the French version of the popular talent show, "The Voice."

He continued performing and recording music until his death in Paris in 2008 at the age of 90. His legacy as one of the most beloved and influential artists in French music continues to live on today.

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