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Gérard Falconetti (1949–1984)

Gérard Falconetti was born on May 14, 1949 in Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France. He was an actor, known for The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981), Les ailes de la colombe (1981) and Claire's Knee (1970). He died on July 9, 1984 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 35) in Paris, France

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The French Lieutenant's Woman
The French Lieutenant's Woman Davide - Anna's Husband
Claire's Knee
Claire's Knee Gilles
Lancelot du lac
Lancelot du lac Lancelot


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 1982 Le rêve d'Icare (TV Movie)
Le couturier
 1981 The French Lieutenant's Woman
Davide - Anna's Husband (as Gerard Falconetti)
 1980 Catherine de Heilbronn (TV Movie)
Wenzel von Nachtheim / Eginhardt von der Wart
 1980 Love in a Cold Climate (TV Mini-Series)
- Monsieur Le Duc (1980) ... Barman (as Gerard Falconetti)
 1979-1980 Les dossiers de l'écran (TV Series)
Le duc du Maine
- Louis XI ou Le pouvoir central (1979) ... Le duc du Maine
 1979 Histoires insolites (TV Series)
- Une dernière fois Catherine (1979) ... Éric
 1979 Immoral Women
 1978 Perceval le Gallois
Le Senechal Ke
 1975 The Golden Mass
 1970 Lancelot du lac (TV Movie)
 1970 Claire's Knee
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 1976 La fête sauvage (Documentary)
Récitant (voice)

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