Fernand Ledoux

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Fernand Ledoux
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Born Jacques Joseph Félix Fernand Ledoux
(1897-01-24)January 24, 1897
Tirlemont, France
Died September 21, 1993(1993-09-21) (aged 96)
Villerville, France
Nationality French
Occupation Film director
Years active 1918-1982

Fernand Ledoux (born Jacques Joseph Félix Fernand Ledoux, 24 January 1897, Tirlemont – 21 September 1993, Villerville) was a French film and theatre actor of Belgian origin. He studied with Raphaël Duflos at the CNSAD, and began his career with small roles at the Comédie-Française. He appeared in close to eighty films, with his best remembered role being the stationmaster Roubaud in Jean Renoir's La Bête humaine (1938), but he remained primarily a theatrical actor for the duration of his career.

Ledoux was married to Fernande Thabuy, with whom he had four children; he was an amateur painter, and lived for many years at Pennedepie in Normandy. Later he moved to Villerville, where he died and where he is buried.

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