French musicians died because of Respiratory failure

Here are 1 famous musicians from France died in Respiratory failure:

Philippe Léotard

Philippe Léotard (August 28, 1940 Nice-August 25, 2001 Paris) also known as Philippe Leotard, Ange Philippe Paul André Léotard-Tomasi or Ange-Philippe Leotard was a French actor, poet, singer, film score composer and teacher. He had three children, Laetitia Léotard, Faustina Léotard and Frédéric Léotard.

His albums include Je rêve que je dors, Philippe Léotard chante Ferré, Demi-mots amers and À l'amour comme à la guerre (chansons).

Philippe Léotard began his career as an actor in the 1960s, making his first film appearance in "La guerre est finie" (1966). He later became known for his roles in "La Balance" (1982), "The Day of the Jackal" (1973), and "La Truite" (1982).

In addition to his acting career, Léotard was also a respected poet, having published several collections of his work. He also wrote film scores, including for the movie "La Balance", which won him a César Award for Best Original Score in 1983.

Léotard was a political activist, supporting leftist causes and engaging in political protests throughout his life. He was also a teacher, having taught theater at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris.

Throughout his career, Léotard received numerous accolades, including the César Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "La Balance". He is remembered as a talented and versatile artist, who left an indelible mark on French culture.

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