French actors died because of Homicide

Here are 1 famous actors from France died in Homicide:

Paul Gégauff

Paul Gégauff (August 10, 1922 Blotzheim-December 24, 1983 Gjøvik) a.k.a. Paul Gegauff or P. Gegauff was a French screenwriter, actor and film director. His child is called Clemence Gegauff.

Gégauff began his career as a stage actor before transitioning into film in the 1950s. He gained critical acclaim for his collaborations with famed director Jean-Luc Godard, co-writing the screenplays for the films "Pierrot le Fou" and "Le Week-End". Gégauff also wrote and directed several of his own films, including "The Game Is Over" and "The Day and the Hour". Known for his acerbic wit and outspoken personality, Gégauff was a controversial figure in the French film industry. He often clashed with colleagues and earned a reputation as a difficult collaborator. Despite this, he continued to work prolifically until his untimely death in Norway in 1983.

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