Didier Bezace is confirmed dead at the age of 74.
Didier was best known as a French actor (The Little Thief).
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Didier Bezace Wikipedia article edited anonymously from [FR] Societe Nationale de Radiodiffusion Radio France
Tristesse
Didier Bezace, 2019
Didier Bezace nuit de la lecture 1001108.jpg
Born(1946-02-10)10 February 1946
Died11 March 2020(2020-03-11) (aged 74)
Paris
OccupationActor
Years active1976 – 2020
Didier Bezace (10 February 1946 - 11 March 2020) was a French actor.
Contents
1 Life and career
1.1 2005 works
1.2 2006-2007 season
2 Filmography
3 Television
4 References
Life and career
Theatre student at the International Dramatic University Centre in Nancy, Didier Bezace received lessons from Bernard Drot, Jean-Marie Patte, Gilles Sandier, María Casares and Henri Gourbion.
Co-founder with Jean-Louis Benoît and Jacques Nichet of the theatre of l'Aquarium-Cartoucherie de Vincennes, he participated in all the shows that the company produced as author, stager and actor. Didier Bezace is the director of the théâtre de La Commune in Aubervilliers since 1997 and continues to act in cinema and television.
2005 works
Avis aux intéressés by Daniel Keene
With Séverine Magois, he was honoured with a Molière for his production of La Version de Browning by Terence Rattigan, for "best adaptation of a foreign work".
He staged works by Georges Feydeau, Emmanuel Bove, and Molière whose (The School for Wives) opened the Festival d'Avignon in July 2001.
Other work includes La Femme changée en renard by David Garnett, Pereira prétend by Antonio Tabucchi...
In cinema, he has worked with Claude Miller (La Petite Voleuse), Bertrand Tavernier, Jeanne Labrune, Anne Théron, Valérie Guignabodet, Claude Zidi and Rémi Bezançon.
In television, he can be seen in Les Thibault, Sissi and recently in Mon fils d'ailleurs.
He has also been in the film Le Pressentiment, working with Jean-Pierre Darroussin based on the novel by Emmanuel Bove (Released in October 2006).
2006 pieces at the Théâtre de La Commune Objet perdu: 3 short pieces from memory, crying, recital, violin by Daniel Keene, Festival of here and now by Daniel Keene.
2006-2007 season
Themes of 'Mothers' with La Maman bohême based on Médée by Dario Fo and Franca Rame and May by Hanif Kureishi
Filmography
1976 : Guerres civiles en France, sketch Premier Empire by François Barat
1988 : The Little Thief by Claude Miller
1989 : Dédé by Jean-Louis Benoît
1991 : Sur la terre comme au ciel by Marion Hänsel
1991 : L.627 by Bertrand Tavernier
1992 : Taxi de nuit by Serge Leroy
1993 : Petits arrangements avec les morts by Pascale Ferran
1993 : Profil bas by Claude Zidi
1995 : Les Voleurs by André Téchiné
1997 : La Femme de chambre du Titanic by Bigas Luna
1998 : Le Plus beau pays du monde by Marcel Bluwal
1998 : La Dilettante by Pascal Thomas
1998 : Ça commence aujourd'hui by Bertrand Tavernier
1999 : Voyous voyelles by Serge Meynard
1999 : La Face cachée de la lune (La otra cara de la luna) by Lluis Josep Comeron
2000 : Ça ira mieux demain by Jeanne Labrune
2001 : Ceci est mon corps by Rodolphe Marconi
2002 : C'est le bouquet! by Jeanne Labrune
2002 : Nuit noire by Daniel Colas (uncredited)
2003 : Mariages ! by Valérie Guignabodet
2003 : Ce qu'ils imaginent by Anne Théron
2004 : Cause toujours ! by Jeanne Labrune
2005 : Ma vie en l'air by Rémi Bezançon
2006 : Le Pressentiment by Jean-Pierre Darroussin
2011 : The Minister
2016 : The Origin of Violence
Television
2005 : La Belle et le sauvage by Bertrand Arthuys
2006 : Les Camarades by François Luciani
2007 : Les Liens du sang by Régis Musset : Juge Dugourd
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