- Chevreuse, Christian
- (Christian Daurade / May 23, 1937, Paris, France - )An excellent horseman, he graduated with a instruc-torship of equitation at age seventeen. After attending acting courses with Béatrix Dussane, Maurice Escande, and Emile Dars, he was spotted by Jean Vilar and joined the TNP (Théâtre National Populaire), where he notably played in William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, directed by Raymond Hermantier. He was an assistant to Hermantier and Jean-Louis Bar-rault before making his film debut in Le Chien fou (Eddy Matalon). Seen in movies of Jean-Pierre Mocky (1967 Les Compagnons de la Marguerite / UK: Order of the Daisy; 1968 La Grande Lessive; 1970 L'Etalon; 1972 Chut! / Mocky s'moque No. 1; 1974 L'Ombre d'une Chance) and Charles Matton (1973 L'Italien des Roses; 1976 Spermula;1999 Rembrandt, France / Germany / Netherlands), he appeared in soft erotic flicks in the 1970s and directed one of them.Filmography1976 ◘ Les Petits Dessous des grands Ensembles / Ça glisse au pays des merveilles (also co-screenwriter, actor)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.