He acted in Jean Anouilh's play, "L'Alouette," at the Theatre Montparnasse Gaston Baty in Paris, France with Suzanne Flon, Michel Etcheverry, Maurice Jacquemont, Marcel Peres, Claude Richard, and Henry Grange in the cast.
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He won the "Prix du Syndicat de la critique" for his stage performances for a record three times, more than any other actor: in 1967 (1966/1967 season) for "Inadmissible Evidence", in 1976 (1975/1976 season) for "Monsieur Klebs et Rozalie " and in 1983 (1982/1983 season) for "Rameau's Nephew". Delphine Seyrig
is his female counterpart with three Best Actress wins.
Often appears in crime movies, many of them centred around revenge