Michel Constantin

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Michel Constantin (born Constantin Hokloff, July 13, 1924–August 29, 2003) was a French film actor.

Biography[edit]

Born to a Russian father and a Polish mother in Billancourt (near Paris), Constantin made his first film appearance in 1956. His first credited role was in the prison breakout drama Le Trou (aka The Hole) in 1960.

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