Patrick Bauchau

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Birth Name: Patrick Bauchau
Born: 12/06/1938
Birth Place: Brussels, BE

Resuming his career with a role opposite Delphine Seyrig in a French made-for-TV-movie, Bauchau returned to the big screen in 1980 in "Guns". A more significant part in Wim Wenders' "The State of Things" (1982), a behind-the-scenes story of a movie crew remaking Roger Corman's "The Day the World Ended" in Portugal, boosted his stock. Lending his unique cosmopolitan charms to a multitude of roles in several languages in films of varying quality, the actor remained constantly employed. He made an impression as the hapless spouse of Miou-Miou in Diane Kurys' "Entre Nous" (1983) and as a French gangster in his American debut in Alan Rudolph's "Choose Me" (1984). But for every "A View to a Kill" ... Continue Bio >>

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