Philippe Noiret

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Birth Name: Philippe Noiret
Born: 10/01/1930
Birth Place: France
Death Place: Paris, FR
Died: 11/23/2006

Noiret continued to do fine work as another husband of a lovely young wife unhappy with him in "La vie de chateau" (1966) and, partly on the strength of a delightfully slothful performance in Yves Robert's "Very Happy Alexander" (1967), he spent a brief period in Hollywood in the late 1960s. He had made his English-language debut in "Lady L" (1965), but his voice was actually dubbed by director Peter Ustinov. Noiret later did his professional best as a French official-cum-Russian agent in Alfred Hitchcock's atypically boring "Topaz" (1969) and did himself up in drag for George Cukor's sadly compromised misfire "Justine" (1969). His best English-language role came with the war adventure "Murp... Continue Bio >>


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