Jean Bouise

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Jean Bouise (3 June 1929 in Le Havre - 6 July 1989 in Lyon) was a French actor. In the 1950s he helped to found Théâtre de la Cité, and was a player in the company. He entered films in the 1960s, and played a supporting roles in The Shameless Old Lady, Z, L'Aveu, Out 1, The Return of the Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe, Section spéciale, and Monsieur Klein. He received César nominations for his roles in Le vieux fusil and Le Juge Fayard dit Le Shériff, before winning the Best Supporting Actor award for Coup de tête. Subsequently he appeared in Édith et Marcel, Le Dernier Combat, Subway, and Nikita.

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Awards
Preceded by
Jacques Villeret
for Robert et Robert
César Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
1980
for Coup de tête
Succeeded by
Jacques Dufilho
for Un mauvais fils