Monday, January 25, 2016
RIP Marc Cassot
French stage and film actor Marc Cassot died in Paris, France on January 21, 2016. He was 92. Born in Paris on June 16, 1923, Cassot was first a theater actor then went into films but was best remembered as a voice dubber for such actors as Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, Richard Harris, Christopher Lee and many others. He voiced actors and animated characters in over one hundred films. As far as Euro-westerns go he was the voice of a guard in “God Forgives.. I Don’t (1967) and the voice of George Peppard in Cannon for Cordoba (1970).
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