- Menez, Bernard
- (August 8, 1944, Mailly-le-Château, Yonne, France - )Parallel with his work as a mathematics and physics teacher, he attended acting courses with Raymond Girard. He made his stage debut in 1967 and entered films two years later (Du Côté dOrouet, Jacques Ro-zier). Seen in more than forty movies, including La Nuit américaine / Effetto notte / USA: Day for Night (François Truffaut, France / Italy, 1973), La Grande Bouffe / La grande abbuffata / UK: Blow-Out / USA: The Grande Bouffe (Marco Ferreri, France / Italy, 1973), Pleure pas la Bouche pleine / USA: Don't Cry with Your Mouth Full (Pascal Thomas, 1973), Le Chaud Lapin (Pascal Thomas, 1974), Nono Nénesse (Pascal Thomas, 1976) and Maine Océan, he wrote, directed, and performed a comedy.Filmography1982 ◘ Les P'tites Têtes (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist, actor)
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