Swiss actors died because of Cerebral hemorrhage

Here are 1 famous actors from Switzerland died in Cerebral hemorrhage:

José Giovanni

José Giovanni (June 22, 1923 Paris-April 24, 2004 Lausanne) also known as Joseph Damiani or Jose Giovanni was a Swiss screenwriter, film director, writer, actor and television director.

Giovanni was born to Italian parents in Paris, France. He spent much of his life in and out of prison, owing to his involvement in the French Resistance and later, for his criminal activities. While serving his sentence in jail, Giovanni began writing novels that would become bestsellers, such as "Le Trou" and "Dernier chambardement".

After he was released from prison in the 1950s, Giovanni turned to filmmaking and successfully transitioned from a career in writing noir novels to writing and directing crime movies. His films are known for their grittiness, realism, and exploration of the darker aspects of human nature. His most famous films include "Le Deuxième Souffle" and "Un Puit Aux Shouettes".

Aside from his work in film, Giovanni was also an accomplished television director and wrote several stage plays. Over the course of his career, he was awarded several prestigious accolades such as the Grand prix de littérature policière and the Prix Goncourt.

Despite spending much of his early life in and out of jail, Giovanni went on to achieve significant success in the world of cinema and literature. He is remembered as one of the most influential filmmakers of his generation, and his contributions to French cinema continue to inspire filmmakers around the world.

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