Thursday, December 31, 2020

RIP Robert Hossein


RIP Robert Hossein. French actor and director Robert Hossein, famous for his mega-productions of classics such as Les Miserables and The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, died Thursday at the age of 93. Hossein died in the hospital after suffering a "respiratory problem", his wife candice Patou said. Born in December 30, 1927 to an Iranian Zoroastrian composer father and a Russian Orthodox mother Hossein began acting in his teens. He made his name in the 1960s as the smoldering count of Peyrac in the "Angelique" series of baroque romances. Hossein appeared in three Euro-westerns: “The Taste of Violence” (1960) as Perez; “Cemetery Without Crosses” (1968) as Manuel and “Judge Roy Bean” (1971) as Black Bird/’The Sicilian’.

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