Albert Remy

Albert Remy was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Remy began his acting career with roles in such films as the Jean Gabin musical "French Can-Can" (1955), "Crime and Punishment" (1956) with Jean Gabin and the crime adaptation "Razzia" (1957) with Jean Gabin. He also appeared in the Gina Lollobrigida dramatic adaptation "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1957) and "The 400 Blows" (1959). His film career continued throughout the sixties in productions like the crime adaptation "Shoot the Piano Player" (1960) with Charles Aznavour, the Jackie Gleason comedic drama "Gigot" (1962) and the Jack Hawkins biopic "Lafayette" (1962). He also appeared in "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" (1962) with Glenn Ford. In the latter part of his career, he continued to act in "Tomorrow Is My Turn" (1962) with Charles Azanavour, "Mata Hari, Agent H-21" (1964) and the Jean-Paul Belmondo dramatic adaptation "Week-End a Zuydcoote" (1964). He also appeared in the action movie "The Train" (1965) with Burt Lancaster. Remy more recently acted in the dramatic sports film "Grand Prix" (1966) with James Garner. Remy passed away in January 1967 at the age of 56.