Jacques Perrin Biography
Jacques Perrin was a French actor and filmmaker whose filmography includes roles in almost 70 films, as well as participation in plays and documentaries, as well as production of many feature films by Costa Gravas and Jean-Jacques Annaud.
He was born in Paris in 1941 and made his first film when he was five years old. In the late 1950s, he launched a professional career that would see him become a familiar figure on French screens over the years.
Costa Gavras, Vittorio de Seta, Jacques Demy, Pierre Schoendoerffer, Giuseppe Tornatore, and Agnès Varda used him in films like Le Crabe-tamour, L’honneur du capitaine, The Little Ladies of Rochefort, Peau d’âne, Cinema Paradiso, and The Choristas, which had a huge international box office success.
For the documentary Microcosmos: People of the Grass, he won the César Award for Best Producer in 1997.
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Jacques André Simonet
13 July 1941
|Died||21 April 2022 (aged 80)
|Spouse(s)||Valentine Perrin (1 December 1995 – 2022)|
Jacques Perrin Real Age
Jacques Perrin died at the age of 80.
Jacques Perrin Wife
Before his death, Jacques Perrin was married to Valentine Perrin. Jacques Perrin and Valentine got married in 1995 and were married for 27 years.
Jacques Perrin Children
Jacques Perrin left behind three children; Mathieu Simonet Perrin, Maxence Perrin, and Lancelot Perrin.
Jacques Perrin Parents
Jacques Perrin was born to Alexandre Simonet, a director of the theatre, and Marie Simonet a former actress.
Jacques Perrin Net Worth
Jacques Perrin had an estimated net worth of $4 million at the time of his death.
Jacques Perrin Cause of Death
Jacques Perrin’s cause of death is currently unknown.