2 July 1949|
27 December 2010 (aged 61)|
Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu (2 July 1949 – 27 December 2010) was a French actor.
Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu studied theater and film at the Sorbonne Paris III and began his career in film at the age of 25 by making appearances with acclaimed directors. He notably appeared in The Tenant by Roman Polanski, The Professional by Georges Lautner, The Return of Martin Guerre by Daniel Vigne and The Vanishing by George Sluizer. He had appeared in more than 100 movies for the big screen and television.
Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu grew up with his sister, Agnes Donnadieu, a Chicago photographer, in Canada after their parents divorced while living in France. After the separation, the youngest brother, Philippe, moved with his mother to Australia where she remarried. Pierre Donnadieu their father was also a great painter and sculptor unknown to the world.
Donnadieu died from cancer on 27 December 2010 at age 61. He left behind his daughter Ingrid Donnadieu, also an actress.
- Mon premier amour (1978)
- Judith Therpauve (1978)
- The Professional (1981)
- The Death of Mario Ricci (1983)
- Liberty Belle (1983)
- Rue barbare (1983)
- Urgence (1985)
- Among Wolves (1985)
- In the Shadow of the Wind (1987)
- La Passion Béatrice (1987)
- The Vanishing (1988)
- A Violent Life (1990)
- Shadow of the Wolf (1992)
- Tower of the Firstborn (1999)
- Druids (2001)
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