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Achille Zavatta

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Achille Zavatta
Zavatta in 1974
Born(1915-05-06)6 May 1915
La Goulette, Tunisia
Died16 November 1993(1993-11-16) (aged 78)
Resting placePère Lachaise Cemetery

Achille Zavatta (6 May 1915 – 16 November 1993) was a French clown, artist and circus operator.


Zavatta was born in La Goulette, Tunisia, the son of Federico Zavatta, a circus owner. He started performing in his family's circus show at the age of three, forming with his brothers Michel and Rolph, the Zavatta Trio. He was the interval act at the 1962 Eurovision Song Contest in Luxemburg. To this day the Zavatta Circus tours France and surrounding countries, these performances include live tiger acts, which means the circus cannot tour Britain under the Animal Welfare Act. The circus is rated as a top show in France.

He became famous for his skills as a pantomime.[1]

He committed suicide[2] in 1993 in Ouzouer-des-Champs, Loiret and was interred in the Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.[3]


Year Title Role Notes
1951 Au fil des ondes Himself
1956 Trapeze Achille Zavatta Uncredited
1957 Du sang sous le chapiteau Boniface
1959 Visa pour l'enfer Le Gitan
1959 The Green Mare Déodat - le facteur
1959 Match contre la mort Le clown
1964 Rien ne va plus Achille
1964 Tintin and the Blue Oranges Un invité au château de Moulinsart Uncredited
1967 Fire of Love Pierre Michaux
1967 The Curse of Belphegor Hubert
1971 La grande maffia... Le papa #2


  1. ^ Achille Zavatta : «Le clown est un homme universel»
  2. ^ Vie et mort d'un Auguste
  3. ^ Paul Bauer. Deux siècles d'histoire au Père Lachaise Mémoire et Documents, 2006, ISBN 978-2914611480

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