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1. Achero Mañas

Director | El Bola

Born in 1966, Achero Mañas first followed in the steps of his mother, actress Paloma Lorena (who played in two of his films), but he soon turned from thespian to film director. He made three shorts before meeting with success - both public and critical - with El Bola (2000), the sensitive portrait ...

2. Adelina Abranches

Actress | Lisboa

A great name of the Portuguese theatre, Adelina Abranches was paid a national homage at the Teatro São Luiz as of 1928, and in the presence of General Carmona, the President of the Republic himself. And yet there had been nothing to suggest that Margarida Adelina, born into very poor Lisbon family ...

3. Akira Terao

Actor | Ran

Akira Terao is the son of the famous actor Jukichi Uno. After graduating from Bunka Gakuin University, he formed a rock band "The Savage" which experienced brief success thanks to their hit 'Itsumademo, Itsumademo'. In 1967, Kei Kuma hired him to play alongside his father in his film 'Tunnel of ...

4. Alberto Jiménez

Actor | La Reina del Sur

Born in Argentina, Alberto Jiménez graduated in Spain at the Royal Dramatic School of Madrid and soon worked regularly for the theater. After being noticed for his role in the very successful El Bola (2000), this excellent actor landed a lot of parts on the big as well as the small screen. Aside ...

5. Alex Dreier

Actor | Toma

Alex Dreier, a rare case of a well-known radio and TV news reporter and commentator turned actor late in life. Born in 1916, he graduated from Stanford University in 1939 and became a newsman shortly afterwards. His first assignment was as a correspondent for the United Press in Berlin. Put under ...

6. Alexander Engel

Writer | Just a Gigolo

Alexander Engel was born in Berlin on 4-6-1902. He studied drama at the Reicherschen Hochschule für dramatische Kunst. He debuted at the theater in Allenstein in 1923 and was later hired in Königsberg, in Rostock and, from 1931, in Berlin. One year later he started a film career that would occupy ...

7. Alexandre Astruc

Director | Les mauvaises rencontres

Born in Paris on July 13th 1923, Alexandre Astruc is the son of a couple of journalists. Very good at school, he attended a preparatory school for Polytechnique but finally became both a law and an arts graduate. First a literary critic, he soon specialized as a film critic and worked for various ...

8. Alfred Abel

Actor | Metropolis

This elegant actor of the golden age of German cinema appeared in several masterpieces, before the cameras of such inspired geniuses as Lang, Lubitsch and Murnau. Vocation had come rather late in his life, though. Abel was indeed already 33 when he made his first film. Beforehand, he had been a ...

9. Alfred Adam

Actor | Boule de suif

Tall, but never standing uptight, even looking a bit sloppy; a drowsy look but with a twinkle of irony in the eye; a grumbling tone but not without some sympathy underlying; a winning drawling Paris accent;

You may have recognized Alfred Adam, the French actor par excellence.

Adam could as well be ...

10. Ali Abdelwahab

Director | Om Abbes

Born in Tozeur, Tunisia, Ali Abdelwab worked for many years in the theatre. The self-taught man was still very young when he entered the Yenboua Company in Tozeur. Later on in Tunis, he was only 22 when he founded his own company named 'La Renaissance du théâtre'. In 1965, he was awarded the Ali ...

11. Alice Backes

Actress | Gable and Lombard

A long long career. 140 roles in films ('I Want to Live', 'The Glory Guys', 'The Cat from Outer Space'...) and on television ('Bachelor Father', 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents', 'Lux Video Theatre'...). And many many radio shows ('This Is Your FBI', 'Dangerous Assignment', 'Suspense, 'The Whistler '......

12. Alice Beardsley

Actress | Zelig

Born in Richmond, Virginia, Alice Beardsley stepped a stage at the early age of 12. The event took place in the festival hall of her junior high school. Disguised as a witch, she enjoyed playing the villain in 'Hansel and Gretel'. And that was not to be a flash in the pan. Alice wanted to be a ...

13. Alice Sapritch

Actress | L'affaire Marie Besnard

Alice Sapritch was unattractive and she knew it for a fact. She nevertheless decided to become an actress, aware that she would never be the love interest of the handsome hero or play the blushing ingénue. That's the reason why she set about emphasizing her lack of glamor instead of concealing it. ...

14. Amidou

Actor | Spy Game

Little known by the general public, Moroccan-born Amidou can nevertheless boast an onstage and on screen career spanning almost five decades. Appearing in French films most of the time, he also worked in Morocco, in Tunisia and in American action movies like William Friedkin's 'The Sorcerer' and '...

15. André Alerme

Actor | La kermesse héroïque

Mustachioed, serious-countenanced, bald with a remaining crown of hair, with an imposing round figure, André Alerme became for two decades the quintessential dignitary of French cinema. Indeed, between 1930 and 1950, the popular character actor divided his performances between the Army, the Church ...

16. André Lefaur

Actor | La fleur d'oranger

André Lefaur is undeniably part of the pantheon of French actors. One of those "eccentrics of the French Cinema" as Raymond Chirat and Olivier Barrot quite rightly dubbed them. One of these wonderful personalities of the stage and screen who alongside Michel Simon, Louis Jouvet, Saturnin Fabre, ...

17. Andrée Debar

Actress | Le secret du Chevalier d'Éon

Born in Maisons-Laffitte on 5-5-1920, Andrée Debar grew up in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg where she graduated from high school. Living in this tiny but bilingual country and having an English grandmother gave Andrée a definite advantage : being able to speak fluently French, German and English, ...

18. Anna Geislerová

Actress | Zelary

Born in 1976 in Prague, this prolific actress debuted before the cameras at the early age of 14. Also a top model, Anna Geislerová already has an impressive career behind her (110 films, TV films or series episodes in early 2013!) and has received several awards for her remarkable performances, ...

19. Anna Novion

Director | Rendez-vous à Kiruna

Born to a Swedish mother and to a French father, Anna (or Anne) Novion enrolled at the University of Saint-Denis to study cinema. A few years later not only had she got her diploma but she had obtained a practical master's degree as well. And as if was not enough to prove her qualities, the young ...

20. Annie Fratellini

Actress | Zazie dans le métro

The granddaughter of a famous clown and a member of the Fratellini circus family, Annie Fratellini continued the tradition by being a circus artist herself as of the age of fourteen. Later she became the first female circus clown in France and the founder of the first circus school of the country. ...

21. Antoinette Moya

Actress | Son frère

Even if theater has always been Antoinette Moya's prime activity (she has been in stage plays by such great names as Molière, Marivaux, Gorki, Pirandello, Jules Romain, Anouilh, Audiberti, Duras, Dario Fo, ...), the French actress is not averse to cinema. Agreed, her first appearances in the ...

22. Antonio Basile

Stunts | Due Magnum .38 per una città di carogne

Antonio Basile's imposing stature and craggy features made him the ideal choice for the roles of tough guys - the type who does not bother with roundabout phrases to settle accounts. Antonio's career as brutish second fiddle varied according to the Italian popular cinema of the 1960s and 1970s, ...

23. Armand Rocour

Director | Les dédales d'Icare

Born in 1932 in Amay, a Belgian municipality located in the Walloon province of Liège, Armand Rocour was a radio-TV repairman who developed two passions, aviation and filmmaking. He made his first film, an amateur documentary short, while on an African tour at the controls of his plane. Others ...

24. Artur Agostinho

Actor | Tu e Eu

Willing to be an actor, Artur Agostinho did become one and from his teens (when he was an amateur player at the Campelido Atlético Clube) to the last days of his long life, he appeared on the screen, big or small (O Leão da Estrela (1947), Encontro com a Vida (1960), Sonhos Traídos (...

25. Asaph Polonsky

Director | Shavua ve Yom

Asaph Polonsky was born in 1983, in Washington D.C. but grew up in Israel. At the age of 25, he directed his first short, Ritch-Ratch (2008), followed two years later by In Bed at 10 PM (2010). The young man then enrolled in the American Film Institute film school, where he studied direction. His ...

26. Assia Noris

Actress | Le voyageur de la Toussaint

At the beginning of the nineteen thirties a new star appeared in the skies of fascist-led Italy, a nineteen-year-old Russian-born named Assia Norris, soon to be nicknamed the country's sweetheart. Fresh and charming, she drew lots of fans into theaters. Not that the comedies she played in were ...

27. Atsuko Hirayanagi

Producer | Oh Lucy!

Atsuko Hirayanagi was born on 2-8-2015 in Nagano (Japan) and was raised in Chiba (Japan). She later studied fine arts at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts Asia, where she eventually passed an MFA (Master of Fine Arts) in Film Production. A resident of San Francisco, she is also a member of the ...

28. Bahman Ghobadi

Director | Lakposhtha parvaz mikonand

Bahman Ghobadi was born in 1969 in Baneh, in the province of Iranian Kurdistan, near the Iran-Iraq border. Shortly after graduating from the National Audiovisual School, he made his first short, immediately acclaimed by the local critics. One of these short films, "Life in Fog" (1999) is even ...

29. Benito Zambrano

Director | Solas

Born in the South of Spain, Benito Zambrano first studied drama for three years with a view to becoming a theater director. He then worked for the Spanish television as a photographer and a camera operator. After a while, he felt the urge to turn to movie-making. This was the early 1990s and, as ...

30. Benoît Lamy

Director | Home Sweet Home

Benoît Lamy, born in Arlon in 1945, was one of the few Belgian filmmakers (along with André Delvaux, Harry Kümel and Chantal Akerman ) whose films were known in the 1970s beyond the borders of his native Belgium. Lamy studied film in Brussels and soon became assistant director to filmmakers such as ...

31. Bernard Alane

Actor | Sur mes lèvres

Born in 1948 to French actress Annick Alane, this good-looking, eclectic thespian has never shown any disdain for any form of his art: theater (in which he served, among many others, Tchekhov, Shakespeare and Molière); musical comedy - both in England and in France ("Can Can", "South Pacific", "...

32. Bernard Dhéran

Actor | Le comte de Monte Cristo

Anyone living in France has necessarily seen or heard Bernard Dhéran, in a theater, in a movie house, on a DVD or on a TV screen. Didn't he interpret dozens and dozens of plays - plays he sometimes directed himself? Wasn't he in 112 films, TV movies or series? Didn't he dub scores of famous actors ...

33. Bohdan Sláma

Director | Venkovský ucitel

Bohdan Sláma was born in Opava, a city in the Northern Czech Republic (then Czechcoslovakia) on 29 May 1967. Thirty years later, in 1997, Sláma graduated from the FAMU, Prague's Faculty of Cinema. During his student years, he made a short, "Zahradka Raj" (Garden of Paradise, 1994) which was shown ...

34. Bojena Horackova

Actress | À l'est de moi

Born in Prague in the 1960s, Bojena Horackova, craving liberty, left her country for Paris when she was seventeen, an experience she evokes in "A l'est de moi", a semi-documentary she made in 2008. She studied cinema at the famous IDHEC Film School and started as an actress in shorts. She later ...

35. Boris Alekin

Actor | Golowin geht durch die Stadt

Slight, skinny, sweet-faced, with light blue eyes and wavy blond hair, young Boris Alekin fled the October Revolution and settled down in Germany. The young Russian who could speak four languages (Russian, German, English and French) soon became an actor in his host country, mainly in the theater (...

36. Brigitte Bellac

Actress | Claudine

For two decades and a half, the name of Brigitte Bellac (born in Paris in 1956) was associated with the big and the small screen, first as of 1976 as an actress and later, from 1987 to 2004 as a scriptwriter for TV films and series episodes. But there is much more to Brigitte Bellac's career than "...

37. Bruno Barnabe

Actor | The Message

Bruno Barnabe, was a manly British actor who worked from 1927 for the stage, the big and small screen. Born in London, he trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and took his first steps on the boards just one day after his twenty-second birthday. From then on he would be seen in various ...

38. Béla Barsi

Actor | Vasvirág

Béla Barsi was a hyper-active thespian who worked without any interruption from the age of 22 to his death in 1968 at the too early age of 62. Barsi started his acting career in 1928 in the Romanian town of Cluj. One year later he settled down in his native Hungary where he landed roles alternately...

39. Carlo Giuffrè

Once Upon a Time in America

Carlo Giuffrè, a name which has become inseparable from three others, Aldo Giuffrè, Naples and Eduardo De Filippo. Younger brother of Aldo Giuffrè, he has had, like him, a very long and fruitful career, in the theater, in the movies and on TV, both as good-looking manly protagonists or -and mainly ...

40. Charles Farrell

Actor | 7th Heaven

Popular Hollywood leading man of late silents and early talkies. He is best remembered for his teaming with Janet Gaynor in 12 screen romances between 1927 and 1934. He retired from films in the early 1940s, but TV audiences of the 1950s would see him as Gale Storm's widower dad in the popular ...

41. Charlotte Alexandra

Actress | Une vraie jeune fille

Born in England in 1955, Charlotte Alexandra Seeley was active as an actress in France as Charlotte Alexandra (her middle name) from 1974 to 1976 and in England as Charlotte Seeley (her last name) from 1977 to 1987. Not particularly beautiful but in no way shy about her body, she was the ideal ...

42. Chergui Kharroubi

Director | Africa Is Back

Algerian director living in Brussels, Chergui Kharroubi was born in 1953 in Hamr el-Ain, a small village 70 kilometers West of Algiers. The son of a a baker, young Chergui studied in his village first, then in the Blida high school. He later studied sociology at the Algiers College of Human ...

43. Chishû Ryû

Actor | Tôkyô monogatari

What an amazing career! Few can boast a longer one (64 years of activity). Few have been able to have to relate to three generations. And it is pretty sure that no one can compare with him in terms of faithfulness to a director: Chishu Ryu indeed appeared in no fewer than fifty-two out of ...

44. Chris Alcaide

Actor | Assassination

An arch-villain--the ultimate henchman!--Chris Alcaide has appeared in scores of film-noirs (mainly vintage Columbia B detective movies) and westerns. His steely look and his deep voice threatened for decades TV and movie stars, such as Glenn Ford, Tyrone Power, Lorne Greene, Richard Boone, Clint ...

45. Christian Alers

Actor | Au théâtre ce soir

For four decades and a half (from 1945 to 1991), this very active actor worked continuously in all the departments of his art, theater (including stage direction), cinema, TV and dubbing. Among all these activities Christian Alers always privileged the stage, appearing in countless plays, most of ...

46. Christian Duvaleix

Actor | Paris - When It Sizzles

A "funny face", Christian Duvaleix was for nearly four decades a faithful companion of French light theater (Alfred Adam's "Sylvie et le fantôme" in 1942, Sacha Guitry 's "Deburau" in 1950, Gaby Bruyère's "Ange pur" in 1966), music-hall (he was a member of Robert Dhéry's famous company of loonies "...

47. Christian Petzold

Director | Phoenix

Christian Petzold was born in Hilden in 1960. After studying German and Drama at the Freie Universität Berlin, he enrolled in Berlin's German Academy for Film and Television (DFFB). There he studied film direction while at same time working as an assistant director to Harun Farocki and Hartmut ...

48. Christie Molia

Producer | Ziba

To be sure, film producer Christie Molia has a strong sense of family. Not one film by her brother Xabi Molia, from his first short in 2003 to his two fiction features (8 fois debout (2009) and Les conquérants (2013)) to his documentary 'Le terrain' (2014), that has not been produced though ...

49. Christophe Alévêque

Actor | Salauds de pauvres

A particularly caustic comedian, Christophe Alévêque occasionally appears in theatrical or TV films, in supporting or lead roles, not necessarily in the comic register. As most of the projects he took part in did not meet with much success, he still has to make a name for himself as an actor. He ...

50. Chôsuke Ikariya

Actor | Odoru daisosasen

Chosuke Ikariya was born in Tokyo in 1931. First a factory worker, he aspired to be an artist. After learning the double bass he managed to become a renowned player of this instrument, performing in various bands, from an amateur Hawaiian music one to a country and western one to the fabulously ...


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