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Jacques Bergerac

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Jacques Bergerac
Jacques bergerac.jpg
Jacques Bergerac in trailer for
Thunder in the Sun (1959)
Born(1927-05-26)26 May 1927
Died15 June 2014(2014-06-15) (aged 87)
Anglet, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France
Years active1954–1969
Spouse(s)Ginger Rogers (1953–1957; divorced)
Dorothy Malone (1959–1964; divorced)
AwardsForeign Newcomer Award - Male (1957)
Jacques Bergerac and Ginger Rogers, 1950s
Jacques Bergerac and
Ginger Rogers, 1950s

Jacques Bergerac (26 May 1927 – 15 June 2014) was a French actor who later became a business executive with Revlon.[1]

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Life and career

Jacques Bergerac was born in 1927 in Biarritz, France. He was recruited by the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios while a law student in Paris at the age of 25.

Bergerac met and married Ginger Rogers with whom he appeared in Twist of Fate (1954) (also known as Beautiful Stranger). He then appeared as Armand Duval in a television production of Camille for Kraft Television Theatre, opposite Signe Hasso. He played the Comte de Provence in Jean Delannoy's film, Marie Antoinette Queen of France.

In Strange Intruder (1956), he shared the screen with Edmund Purdom and Ida Lupino and in Les Girls (1957), he played the second male lead. He also appeared in Gigi (1958), Thunder in the Sun (1959), the cult horror film The Hypnotic Eye (1960) and A Global Affair (1964). In 1957, he received the Golden Globe Award for Foreign Newcomer.

He appeared in a few more films and on television including Batman, 77 Sunset Strip, Alfred Hitchcock Presents (3 episodes), The Lucy Show, Get Smart, The Dick Van Dyke Show and Perry Mason (Season 7, Episode 19). His last appearance was on an episode of The Doris Day Show in 1969, after which he left show business and became the head of Revlon's Paris office and of the Perfumes Balmain company. His younger brother Michel became CEO of Revlon six years later. [1]

He also managed the rugby club Biarritz Olympique from 1980 until 1981.

Personal life

Bergerac married screen star Ginger Rogers in February 1953, and they divorced in July 1957. In June 1959, he married actress Dorothy Malone in Hong Kong, where she was on location for her 1960 film The Last Voyage. They had daughters Mimi and Diane together, and divorced in December 1964.[2]

He died June 15, 2014, at his home in Anglet, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France.[2]


Year Title Role Director Notes
1954 Twist of Fate as Beautiful Stranger Pierre Clemont David Miller
1956 Marie-Antoinette reine de France Comte de Provence Jean Delannoy
1956 Strange Intruder Howard Gray Irving Rapper
1957 Les Girls Pierre Ducros George Cukor
1958 Un homme se penche sur son passé Jacques Monge Willy Rozier
1958 Gigi Sandomir Vincente Minnelli
1959 Thunder in the Sun Pepe Dauphin Russell Rouse
1960 The Hypnotic Eye Desmond George Blair
1961 Fear No More Paul Colbert Bernard Wiesen
1962 Una domenica d'estate Osvaldo Giulio Petroni
1962 The Fury of Achilles Hector Marino Girolami
1964 A Global Affair Guy Duval Jack Arnold
1965 La congiuntura Sandro Ettore Scola
1965 Taffy and the Jungle Hunter David Claveau Terry O. Morse
1966 Special Mission Lady Chaplin Kobre Zoltan Alberto De Martino and Sergio Grieco
1966 The Unkissed Bride Jacques Philippe Jack H. Harris


  1. ^ "Cinéma. Mort du comédien Jacques Bergerac, ex-mari de Ginger Rogers". Ouest-France (in French). 24 June 2014.
  2. ^ a b Barnes, Mike (June 25, 2014). "French Actor Jacques Bergerac Dies at 87". The Hollywood Reporter. Archived from the original on March 21, 2016. Retrieved June 19, 2017.

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