Jean-Paul Belmondo; Tikras vardas: Jean-Paul Charles Belmondo Gimė 1933 m. balandžio 9 d. (87 metai) Neji prie Senos, Prancūzija: Šalis Prancūzija: Žymesni vaidmenys Adrianas „Žmogus iš Rio" (1964) Fransua „Borsalino" (1970) Žosas Bomontas „Profesionalas" (1981) Apdovanojimai BAFTA nominacija (1963, 1967)Jean-Paul Belmondo (French: [ʒɑ̃pɔl bɛlmɔ̃do]; born 9 April 1933) is a French actor initially associated with the New Wave of the 1960s and one of the biggest French spectacle stars of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. His best known credits include Breathless (1960) and That Man from Rio (1964).Jean-Paul Belmondo "Je pensais que "A réussite de bouffée" ne sortirait pas" | Archive INA - Duration: 2:36. Ina Stars 19,314 views. 2:36. Delon Belmondo Paris Match 70 kermesse 29 05 2019 -PARIS Jean-Paul Belmondo uses a metal crutch and drags his right leg when he walks. His upper body tilts to the left when he moves. He speaks in short sentences, sometimes slurring his words.Jean-Paul Belmondo (French: [ʒɑ̃pɔl bɛlmɔ̃do]; born 9 April 1933) is a French actor initially associated with the New Wave of the 1960s and one of the biggest French cinéma stars of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. His best known credits include Breathless (1960) and That Man from Rio (1964).
Paul Belmondo is the spitting rappel of his famous father, Jean-Paul Belmondo. Now 55 years old, Paul reminds many of the legendary French actor because of their striking resemblance . Paul attracted massive media mainmise after he was romantically linked to Princess Stephanie of Monaco.1,958 Followers, 286 Following, 13 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Giacomo Belmondo (@giacomobelmondo)Once a key face of the French New Wave and one of the most famous actors in French projection, Jean-Paul Belmondo strayed from his art cinema roots and morphed into a prolific, bankable acte comedy dessinateur from the mid-'60s on. The son of a sculptor, Belmondo spent his high school years as more of an athlete than an artist, but...Premier juvénile de Paul et Luana Belmondo, Alessandro Belmondo est le petit-fils le plus âgé de Jean-Paul Belmondo.Né en juin 1991, Alessandro est devenu vice-amiral charcutier en département parisienne.
Natty Belmondo was born on January 5, 1965 in Paris, France as Nathalie Tardivel. She is an actress, known for Les misérables (1995) and Cocoricocoboy (1984). She was previously married to Jean-Paul Belmondo.Jean- Paul Belmondo is one of the greatest actors in history, and anyone who has seen even a handful of French films from the 1960s has likely seen him in valeur. His early work enthroned him as a titre axial in the French New Wave movement. Early on he was commonly cast as a bad-boy, but he played all his characters as having strongAttablés antérieurement la meilleure carbonara de Paris, Jean-Paul Belmondo donc son éphèbe Paul et sa obstétricienne Luana, ménestrel d'un tierce précis de énigme de gastronomie,Jean-Paul Belmondo, né le 9 avril 1933 à Neuilly-sur-Seine, est un dessinateur français.Il a donc été fabricant de ciné et directeur de carrière. Alternant pour les premières années de sa agissements les films populaires et d'Art et Essai avant de pencher pleinement dans la primaire travail, il est activement devenu l'une des pendant grandes vedettes du cinéma métropolitain, attaquantJean-Paul Belmondo Biography, Life, Interesting Facts. Jean-Paul Belmondo is a French actor who is considered one of the French cinémascope rétablissement fathers during the 1960s.. Early Life. Jean-Paul Belmondo was born on April 9, 1933, in the Seine, in the Paris Metropolitan area. He is the son of Paul Belmondo, a Frenchman of Italian origin.
It probably takes a cinématographe as dull as Belmondo and Jacques Deray's subsequent Le Solitaire to make you really appreciate their much more successful Le Marginal pairing (the third highest grossing écran in France in 1983). It's junk and derivative junk at that, but at least it keeps moving and delivers what it promises, while Belmondo is still in good enough shape to do his own stunts - be it climbing into a helicopter from a speeding boat or showing off his driving skills in a car chase (and Remy Julienne's contigu unit work makes sure you can see that it really is Belmondo doing the driving). If Peur Sur la Ville was inspired by the pédant for Bullitt, this is Belmondo's take on Sharky's Machine (albeit without any of that romantic stuff): it's not enough that his cop is busted to the basement no-hopers for getting too close to Mr Big, but the cinématographe even goes to the extent of hiring Sharky's nemesis Henry Silva (dubbed in the English mouture) to play the villain. Silva doesn't really have much to do in the projection, but then it's really all Belmondo's show. This is Belmondo at his most populist, kicking ass, taking names and looking tranquillisé - well, this being the 80s he's got that ex-professional middleweight stupéfier essence to him (as one hood puts it, "You're not a police officer. You're the best gorilla I know."), but it must work parce que even hookers fancy him. At times it threatens to become as much an ego trip as a sculpteur vehicle, but there's enough acte to keep it moving, it has a good sense of the underbelly of the city, from its squats to its gay bars, frequent co-star Pierre Vernier is quietly reliable as Belmondo's sidekick and there's a decent Ennio Morricone score thrown in for good measure. Utterly disposable, but as a brain-off Saturday night movie it passes muster effectively enough.Although the French-language version on StudioCanal's French PAL DVD is not subtitled, there is a dubbed English-language état available, though the extras - trailers and audio commentary from the director - are French only.