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Pierre Mondy
Pierre Mondy (cropped).jpg
Mondy in 2007.
Born
Pierre Cuq

(1925-02-10)10 February 1925
Died15 September 2012(2012-09-15) (aged 87)
Paris, France
OccupationActor
Height1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Spouse(s)

Pierre Mondy (born Pierre Cuq; 10 February 1925 – 15 September 2012) was a French film and theatre actor and director.[1]

Personal life

He was married four times: to Claude Gensac, Pascale Roberts, Annie Fournier, and Catherine Allary, all actresses.[2] He died on 15 September 2012, aged 87, from lymphoma.[3]

Career

Mondy's first on-screen appearance was in 1949 in Jacques Becker's Rendez-vous de juillet and he appeared in over 140 films over the course of his career.[1] In 1960, he received international recognition for the role of Napoléon Bonaparte in the film Austerlitz directed by Abel Gance.[3] In the 1970s, his most successful film was the comedy Mais où est donc passée la septième compagnie?.[1] From 1992 until 2005, he appeared in the French television series Les Cordier, juge et flic.[3]

As a voice actor, he voiced Caius Obtus in Asterix et la Surprise de Cesar (Asterix vs. Caesar; 1985) and Cetinlapsus in Asterix Chez Le Bretons (Asterix in Britain; 1986).[4]

Mondy directed four films and thirteen television episodes, and wrote two television screenplay adaptions. He also directed over 60 theatre productions, many of them at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal in Paris.[1] In 1973 he directed the first production of La Cage aux folles starring Jean Poiret and Michel Serrault.[3]

Television

Year Title Role Director Notes
2009 Kaamelott Emperor Caesar Alexandre Astier

Theater

Year Title Author Director Notes
1987 Two into One Ray Cooney Pierre Mondy Nominated - Molière Award for Best Director
1989 La Présidente Maurice Hennequin & Pierre Veber Pierre Mondy Nominated - Molière Award for Best Director

Filmography

Year Title Role Director Notes
1949 Rendezvous in July The student's friend Jacques Becker Uncredited
1950 Les anciens de Saint-Loup Le marquis Patrice de Puy-Tirejol Georges Lampin
Souvenirs perdus The Agent Christian-Jaque (segment "Le violon"), Uncredited
1951 Without Leaving an Address Forestier's Friend Jean-Paul Le Chanois
Victor An inmate Claude Heymann
1952 Le costaud des Batignolles Bébert Guy Lacourt
Souvenirs perdus Georges Un jour avec vous
Matrimonial Agency Le client de l'agence 'Nuptia' #2 Jean-Paul Le Chanois (2)
Le plus heureux des hommes Inspector Gaston Yves Ciampi
1953 Les Compagnes de la nuit Sylvestre Ralph Habib
Capitaine Pantoufle Henri Guy Lefranc
Le Guérisseur Robert Yves Ciampi (2)
1954 Crainquebille La Trogne Ralph Habib
Tout chante autour de moi Paul Nollier Pierre Gout
1955 Les Chiffonniers d'Emmaüs Thomas Robert Darène
Casse-cou, mademoiselle! Marchand Christian Stengel
Cherchez la femme Georges Tessard Raoul André
The Case of Poisons Le capitaine François Desgrez Henri Decoin
1956 People of No Importance Pierrot Berty Henri Verneuil
Folies Bergère Roger Henri Decoin
1957 Que les hommes sont bêtes Josélito Roger Richebé
Demoniac André Vilsan Luis Saslavsky
La roue Jean Marcereau André Haguet and Maurice Delbez
Méfiez-vous fillettes Tonio Yves Allégret
Send a Woman When the Devil Fails Commissaire Verdier Yves Allégret
Le triporteur Un gendarme Jack Pinoteau
Tous peuvent me tuer Émile Chanu Henri Decoin
The Lady Doctor Romeo, cammeriere di De Vitti Camillo Mastrocinque
1958 Le temps des oeufs durs Le maître nageur Norbert Carbonnaux
Neither Seen Nor Recognized M. Bluette Yves Robert
Chéri, fais-moi peur Le commissaire Morel Jack Pinoteau
En légitime défense Petit Bob André Berthomieu
Life Together Monsieur Lebeaut Clément Duhour
Cigarettes, Whiskey and Wild Women Max Maurice Régamey
1959 Women Are Weak André, Agathe's Husband Michel Boisrond
Vous n'avez rien à déclarer? Alfred Dupont Clément Duhour
Way of Youth Lulu Michel Boisrond
1960 Les Loups dans la bergerie Charlot Hervé Bromberger
Austerlitz Napoléon Bonaparte Abel Gance
It Happened All Night Antoine Fiesco Henri Verneuil
Love and the Frenchwoman Edouard, Bichette's father various directors (segment "Adolescence, L'")
Boulevard Dicky Julien Duvivier
1961 Dans la gueule du loup Commissaire Rémy Jean-Charles Dudrumet
Les moutons de Panurge Un voisin de table au restaurant Jean Girault Uncredited
The Count of Monte Cristo Caderousse Claude Autant-Lara
1962 Girl on the Road Le manager Jacqueline Audry
Le Crime ne paie pas Clerget, le détective Gérard Oury (segment "L'affaire Hugues"), Uncredited
The Law of Men Le juge Béguin Charles Gérard
The Mysteries of Paris Le Chourineur André Hunebelle
1963 Jusqu'au bout du monde Pierre François Villiers
People in Luck Henri Duchemin Philippe de Broca and Jean Girault (segment "Le yacht")
Bebert and the Train Parmelin Yves Robert
Son of the Circus Philip Nardelli Sergio Grieco
1964 Mission to Venice Paul Trégard André Versini
À couteaux tirés Robert Antonini Charles Gérard
Requiem pour un caïd Antoine Delille Maurice Cloche
Weekend at Dunkirk Dhéry Henri Verneuil
1965 Les copains Broudier Yves Robert
The Sleeping Car Murders Le commissaire Tarquin Costa-Gavras
1966 Le facteur s'en va-t-en guerre Massenet Claude Bernard-Aubert
Monsieur le Président Directeur Général (Appelez-moi Maître) Denis Bonneval Jean Girault
1967 The Night of the Generals Kopatski Anatole Litvak
1969 Pierre et Paul Pierre René Allio
Appelez-moi Mathilde Le commissaire Pierre Mondy Uncredited
1971 Papa les petits bateaux... Jeannot le Corse Nelly Kaplan
1972 Les malheurs d'Alfred François Morel Pierre Richard
1973 Forbidden Priests Paul Lacoussade Denys de La Patellière
Now Where Did the 7th Company Get to? Sergent Louis Chaudard Robert Lamoureux
1974 Vos gueules les mouettes! Bibi Kenavec Robert Dhéry
Impossible Is Not French Antoine Brisset Robert Lamoureux
1975 L'agression Sauguet Gérard Pirès Voice, Uncredited
Vous ne l'emporterez pas au paradis Olivier Galmisch François Dupont-Midi
Le téléphone rose Benoît Castejac Édouard Molinaro
On a retrouvé la 7ème compagnie ! Sergent Chaudard Robert Lamoureux
1977 Dernière sortie avant Roissy Marlys Bernard Paul
The Seventh Company Outdoors Chaudard Robert Lamoureux
1978 Le beaujolais nouveau est arrivé Georges Jean-Luc Voulfow
Vas-y maman Jean-Pierre Larcher Nicole de Buron
La Cage aux Folles Renato Baldi Édouard Molinaro (French version), Voice
1979 Démons de midi François Christian Paureilhe
1980 Retour en force Roger Jean-Marie Poiré
1981 Signé Furax Amédée Gonflard Marc Simenon
1982 Bankers Also Have Souls Grégoire Dufour Michel Lang
1983 Le braconnier de Dieu Brother Grégoire Jean-Pierre Darras
Le Battant Rouxel Alain Delon
Si elle dit oui... je ne dis pas non Marcel Thiebault Claude Vital
1984 Pinot simple flic Rochu Gérard Jugnot
1985 Slices of Life Le Président François Leterrier
Asterix Versus Caesar Caius Obtus Gaëtan Brizzi and Paul Brizzi Voice
1986 Asterix in Britain Cetinlapsus Pino Van Lamsweerde Voice
1992 Cerveny cigán
1994 The Favourite Son Le dentiste usurier Nicole Garcia
2003 Lovely Rita, sainte patronne des cas désespérés Marcel Stéphane Clavier
2008 A Man and His Dog Baptistin Francis Huster

References

  1. ^ a b c d Agence France Presse. "L'acteur Pierre Mondy, 87 ans, est mort" (in French). Le Monde. Retrieved 15 September 2012.
  2. ^ Vely, Yannick. "Pierre Mondy. La disparition du commissaire Cordier" (in French). Paris Match. Retrieved 15 September 2012.
  3. ^ a b c d Simon, Nathalie. "Décès de Pierre Mondy, grand comédien populaire" (in French). Le Figaro. Retrieved 15 September 2012.
  4. ^ Minovitz, Ethan. "Director, "Asterix" actor Pierre Mondy dead at 87". Big Cartoon News. Retrieved 27 January 2018.

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