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Christian Marquand (1927–2000)

Christian Marquand was born on March 15, 1927 in Marseille, France. He was an actor and director, known for Apocalypse Now (1979), The Flight of the Phoenix (1965) and The Longest Day (1962). He was married to Tina Aumont. He died on November 22, 2000 in Ivry-sur-Seine, Val-de-Marne, France. See full bio »

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Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now Hubert de Marais (Redux version only)
The Flight of the Phoenix
The Longest Day
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 1986-1987 Le tiroir secret (TV Mini-Series)
- Le retour (1987)
- La mise au point (1987) ... Stanislas
- La rencontre (1986)
- Top Secret (1986)
- L'enquête (1986)
 1987 Qui c'est ce garçon? (TV Mini-Series)
- Le grand mariage (1987) ... André
- Les amours de Justine (1987) ... André
 1985 Adieu blaireau
 1985 L'été prochain
 1984 Emmanuelle IV
Docteur Santano (as Christian Marquant)
 1983 Pablo est mort (TV Movie)
 1983 Merci Sylvestre (TV Series)
Le metteur en scène
- Merveilleuse Daphné (1983) ... Le metteur en scène
 1981 Choice of Arms
 1981 Le beau monde (TV Movie)
Bertrand I
 1980 Le grand Poucet (TV Movie)
 1980 Je vous aime
 1979 Beggarman, Thief (TV Movie)
Inspector Charboneau
 1979 Cause toujours... tu m'intéresses!
Georges Julienne
 1979 Le maître-nageur
Paul Jouriace
 1978 Evening in Byzantium (TV Movie)
Inspector DuBois
 1977 Les apprentis sorciers
Ashe / Bezzerides
 1977 The Other Side of Midnight
Armand Gautier
 1976 Victory at Entebbe (TV Movie)
Captain Dukas
 1972 Ciao Manhattan
 1968 Candy
Film Director
 1967 La route de Corinthe
Robert Ford
 1967 The Corrupt Ones
 1965 Lord Jim
the French Officer
 1964 Behold a Pale Horse
 1964 La bonne soupe
Lucien Volard
 1962 The Longest Day
Cmdr. Philippe Kieffer - Commando Leader
 1962 Crime Does Not Pay
Louis Aubert (segment "L'affaire Fenayrou")
 1962 Tales of Paris
Christian Lénier (segment "Antonia")
 1961 Shadows of Adultery
 1961 La récréation
 1960 Schlußakkord
Frank Leroux
 1960 Sweet Deceptions
 1960 Altas variedades
 1960 Tendre et violente Elisabeth
Claude Walter
 1960 Sergeant X of the Foreign Legion
Michel Rousseau
 1959 Llegaron dos hombres
Pablo Morales
 1959 Temptation
 1957 Le désir mène les hommes
L'ingénieur Philippe Vincent
 1957 No Sun in Venice
Michel Lafaurie
 1956 ...And God Created Woman
Antoine Tardieu
 1955 Lady Chatterley's Lover
L'amant de Bertha
 1955 Plus de whisky pour Callaghan! (uncredited)
 1955 Impasse des vertus
Eugène Legrand
 1955 The Doctors
 1954 Siluri umani
Paolo (as Cristian Marquand)
 1954 Attila
Hun Leader
 1954 Senso
Un ufficiale boemo
 1953 Lucrèce Borgia
Paolo (as Christian Marquant)
 1952 La double méprise (Short)
 1951 Dirty Hands
Dimitri (as Chr. Marquand)
 1947 Quai des Orfèvres
Bit Part (uncredited)
 1946 La belle et la bête
Footman (uncredited)
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The son of a Spanish father and an Arab mother, he was a popular matinée idol, often playing heroic parts in French, Italian and (occasionally) American films. On stage from the age of seventeen, he achieved stardom after being picked by Jean Cocteau for a small part in La belle et la bête (1946). Turned to directing in the 60's and had a noteworthy hit with the spoof Candy (1968), before ... See more »

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