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Jean Gaven
Born(1918-01-16)16 January 1918
Died5 May 2014(2014-05-05) (aged 96)
Years active1945-1998
Spouse(s)Dominique Wilms

Jean Gaven (16 January 1918 – 5 May 2014) was a French actor. He appeared in more than sixty films between 1945 and 1996.[1]

Life and career

Born in Saint-Rome-de-Cernon, France on January 16, 1922, Gaven began acting sometime after the end of World War II, amassing a filmography of more than 60 motion pictures during a career spanning more than five decades. Married to the actress Dominique Wilms, he died at the age of 92 in Paris, France, on May 5, 2014.[2]


Year Title Role Notes
1945 Les cadets de l'océan Albertini, dit Tino
1946 Son of France Le lieutenant Brévannes
1946 The Murderer is Not Guilty Le jeune inspecteur Gustave Perkinson
1946 Dropped from Heaven Robert
1947 Six Hours to Lose Antoine
1947 Histoire de chanter Jack Bing
1948 Night Express Un des deux complices
1949 La bataille du feu Jacques Legrand
1949 At the Grand Balcony Belfort
1951 Demain nous divorçons Johnny Buck
1951 La peau d'un homme Moussac
1951 Ils étaient cinq Marcel - le boxeur
1951 Duel in Dakar Fred
1952 Les quatre sergents du Fort Carré Finot
1952 Le crime du Bouif Michel
1952 Plume au vent François Bontemps
1953 Le Boulanger de Valorgue Le curé
1954 Le grand pavois Le lieutenant Lachenal
1954 Obsessio Alexandre Buisson
1955 Les pépées font la loi Frédéric Langlet - le mari de Christine
1955 Madonna of the Sleeping Cars Don Armando Félix
1955 Girl on the Third Floor Ernest Sapinaud
1955 Môme Pigalle Félix Michaux
1956 If All the Guys in the World Jos - le second
1956 La Loi des rues André Remoulin dit Dédé la Glace
1957 The River of Three Junks Capitaine Brichet
1957 The Crucible Peter Corey
1957 Young Girls Beware Petit Jo
1958 Les aventuriers du Mékong Le Scaph
1959 Du rififi chez les femmes James
1959 Visa pour l'enfer Carlos
1960 Amour, autocar et boîtes de nuit Paul
1961 Leon Garros ishchet druga Grégoire
1962 Le bateau d'Émile
1964 Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno Paul
1965 Trap for Cinderella Gabriel
1966 Our Men in Bagdad General Yuri Fiodorenko
1968 Pasha Marc
1970 Rider on the Rain Toussaint
1971 Un aller simple Dietrich
1971 Où est passé Tom? Anton Caras
1972 And Hope to Die Rizzio
1975 Histoire d'O Pierre
1976 Les mal partis Gargantua
1976 Le trouble-fesses Un tueur sicilien
1977 The French Woman Gustave Lucas
1978 Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? Salpetre
1979 Un jour un tueur Hugo Klein
1981 Signé Furax L'agent sans panier à salade
1983 One Deadly Summer Leballech, the boss of the sawmill
1984 Vénus Waldo
1988 Juillet en septembre Monsieur Challe
1993 L'oeil écarlate Etienne Delvaux
1996 Les Bidochon Maître Nerval (final film role)


  1. ^ "Décès de Jean Gaven, le héros de Maurin des Maures - L'Express" (in French). Retrieved 6 May 2014.
  2. ^ Lentz IIII, Harris. Obituaries in the Performing Arts, 2014, p. 126. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Publishers, 2015.

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