Michel Pierre Victor Charrel was born in Tarare, Rhône, France on September 13, 1936. Coming from a family of peasants and miners, Michel Charrel was a miner in Saint-Etienne for seven years, then worked in Paris as a writer, before starting a career of intermittent entertainment, as an actor and TV technician. He offered his pen to a help young Muslim woman to testify to her physical and psychological suffering. He is an actor whose career began in 1962 and he’s appeared in over 140 films and TV series. He’s also been an assistant director and is best known for his appearances in “Belle de Jour” (1967), “Her and She and Him” (1970) and “Gandahar” (1988). Charrel has also been active as a theater actor in over 10 plays and stage productions. His lone Euro-western appearance was as Ringo in the 1973 film “The Girls of the Golden Saloon”
CHARREL, Michel (Michel Pierre Victor Charrel) [9/13/1936, Tarare, Rhône, France - ] – asisstant director, theater, film, TV actor.
The Girls of the Golden Saloon – 1973 (Ringo)