- Lux, Guy
- (Maurice Guy / June 21, 1919, Paris, France - June 13, 2003, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France)After studying at the Ecole des Arts Appliqués and the Beaux-Arts, he vainly tried his luck as a writer of songs. In 1952, he began working for ORTF (French TV at the time). In the 1960s and 1970s, he created, produced, and hosted some of the most popular TV programs (1962-2008 Intervilles; 1965-1968 Le Palmarès des Chansons). He appeared in some films (1962 Clémentine chérie, as himself, Pierre Chevalier; 1967 Bang Bang / L'ammazzo o la sposo, Serge Piollet, France / Italy; 1972 Les Fous du Stade, Claude Zidi; 1973 Le Dingue, as himself, Daniel Daërt; 1977 Comme sur des Roulettes, Nina Companéez; 1983 Le Bourreau des Cœurs, as himself, Christian Gion) and directed one comedy.Filmography1977 ◘ Drôles de Zèbres (also screenwriter, dialogist)
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