Monday, October 28, 2013

Remembering Marcel Bozzuffi

Marcel Louis Edouard Bozzuffi was born on October 28, 1928 in Renes, Rennes Île- et Vilaine, Bretagne, France. A stage, screen and TV actor Bozzuffi appeared in over 90 films and TV appearances. Often he was confined to roles of "evil" which he gave a dark and ominous tone. Bozzuffi also wrote and directed a film ( The American in 1969 ), three films and a collection of short stories ( Forfana - Stories , published posthumously in 1990). Bozzuffi appeared in only one Euro-western as Maral in 1973’s “Chino” with Charles Bronson.
He also can be heard as a voice dubber for such actors as Paul Newman and Charles Bronson. He was also the voice of Lucky Luke in “Daisy Town” (1971).
In 1963, he married actress Françoise Fabian, with whom he remained until his death on February 2, 1988 in Paris, following a brain hemorrhage.
Today we remember Marcel Bozzuffi on what would have been his 85th birthday.

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