|Born||Romuald Charles Eugène Goudens Jean Sylve Joubé
20 June 1876
Mazères, Ariège, France
|Died||14 September 1949
Gisors, Eure, France
Romuald Charles Eugène Goudens Jean Sylve Joubé (20 June 1876 – 14 September 1949) was a French stage and film actor whose career on the stage and in films lasted approximately thirty years.
Born in Mazères, Ariège, Romuald Joubé began his stage career at the Odéon theatre under the direction of André Antoine. He was in residence at the Comédie Française from 1921 to 1922. Joubé's career was spent primarily on the theatre stage. However, he managed a lengthy film career as well, beginning in 1909. Joubé got his start in films in productions made by the early French film company Studio Film d'Art. In total, Joubé would appear in over forty films during a period of more than thirty years. He would appear in both the 1919 Abel Gance-directed silent film drama J'accuse! and Gance's 1938 eponymously titled sound film remake.
- J'accuse! (1919)
- Mathias Sandorf (1921)
- Le Miracle des loups (1924)
- Les Perles de la couronne (1937)
- J'accuse! (1938)
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