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Gérard Barray

Gérard Barray

Gérard Barray * 2 november 1931 is a French film actor and television actor.\nHis parents split up quickly and his mother, who came from Montauban decided to return to her hometown with her little boy. Around the age of 15 he discovered jazz and the passion he feels for this genre will never fade; he participated in a few shows in nightclubs while pursuing his studies and obtained a bachelor's degree at the Faculty of Toulouse. Camille Ricard, an actress and teacher at the Conservatory of Toulouse, who advised him to go to Paris with a letter of recommendation for a friend, Noel Roquevert. He starts study at the Cours Simon. Four years later, Gérard Barray won the Jury Prize. It will then excel in the roles of knights with a big heart. He stars as D'Artagnan, Pardaillan, Surcouf and Scaramouche. In total there practice gender in a dozen feature films, most of which are box-office success, widely known abroad. Besides films swashbuckling as Pardaillan and Scaramouche and adventure films like Surcouf Gèrard Barray turns as police commissioner in two San Antonio movies. In 1969 he starred beside young actress Claude Jade in \"The Witness\".
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