Georges Grey

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Georges Grey
Born Georges-Jean-Joseph Gacon
(1911-01-19)January 19, 1911
Lyon, France
Died April 2, 1954(1954-04-02) (aged 43)
Passy, Haute-Savoie
Resting place Guillotière Cemetery
Nationality French
Occupation Actor
Years active 1937-1949

Georges Grey, born Georges-Jean-Joseph Gacon (1911–1954) was a French actor. In 1948 he starred in the film The Lame Devil under Sacha Guitry.


He studied engineering at university, before going to the Cavalry School of Saumur. He then went to Paris to begin a career as an actor, where he was noticed by Sacha Guitry who began giving him roles in his films. He toured with Marcel Pagnol and Gilles Grangier later on in life.

He died of tuberculosis in a sanatorium on April 2 1954 in Passy.




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