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Jacques Copeau (1879–1949)

Jacques Copeau was born on February 4, 1879, in Paris, France. He started as an art dealer in Paris during the 1890's. From 1904-1906 he was a drama critic for the 'L'Ermitage', and , from 1907-1910, for the 'La Grand Revue'. He earned a reputation as a well known literary critic. In 1909 he became co-founder with André Gide, Jean Schlumberger, ... See full bio »


(age 70) in Beaune, France

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La Vénus de l'or Harfstrong
La dame de Malacca Lord Brandmore
Conflit Judge Brissac


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 1938 Conflit
Judge Brissac
 1938 La Vénus de l'or
 1937 L'affaire du courrier de Lyon
Le procureur-juge Daubenton
 1937 La dame de Malacca
Lord Brandmore
 1936 Under Western Eyes
 1926/II Camille (Short)
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 1966 Jacques Copeau (Documentary short)

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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Brothers Karamazov. Written by Jacques Copeau and 'Jean Croue'. Based on the novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Translated by Rosalind Ivan. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 3 Jan 1927- Feb 1927 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Herbert Ashton, William Boren (as "Ensemble"), Charles Carden (as "Trifon ... See more »

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