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Maxime Desjardins (I) (1861–1936)

Maxime Desjardins was born on September 17, 1861 in Auxerre, Yonne, France. He was an actor, known for J'accuse! (1919), Atlantis (1930) and Le méchant homme (1921). He died on October 2, 1936 in Venice, Veneto, Italy. See full bio »

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(age 75) in Venice, Veneto, Italy

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Known For

J'accuse!
J'accuse! Maria Lazare
(1919)
Atlantis
Atlantis Janvry
(1930)
Le méchant homme
(1921)
Parmi les pierres
Parmi les pierres Jacob Biegler
(1912)

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 1930 Atlantis
Janvry
 1928 The Soul of France
Charles Duchêne
 1927 Martyre
 1927 Florine, la fleur du Valois
Etienne Marcel
 1926 Simone
M. de Lorcy
 1925 Le coeur des gueux
Jean Sérès
 1925 Nantas
Le Baron D'anvilliers
 1924 La double existence de Lord Samsey
Pierre Millot
 1924 La mendiante de Saint-Sulpice
Abbé D'Areynes
 1922 Les Roquevillard
François Roquevillard
 1922 Mimi-Trottin
Comte de de Marnay
 1922 L'agonie des aigles
Commandant Doguereau / Général Petit
 1919 Tenebras
 1919 J'accuse!
Maria Lazare
 1918 Les grands
 1914 Pro Patria
 1913 L'aiglon
 1913 Ténèbres
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Alternate Names:

Desjardins de l'Odéon
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Star Sign:

Virgo

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