Jean Lefebvre

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For the merchant in early Quebec, see Jean Lefebvre (merchant). For the French Canadian filmmaker, see Jean Pierre Lefebvre.
Jean Lefebvre
Born (1919-10-03)October 3, 1919
Valenciennes, France
Died July 9, 2004(2004-07-09) (aged 84)
Marrakesh, Morocco
Occupation Actor

Jean Lefebvre (October 3, 1919, Valenciennes, Nord, France[note 1] – July 9, 2004, Marrakesh, Morocco) was a French film actor.

His erratic studies were interrupted by World War II. Taken prisoner and then requisitioned as a laborer, he escaped to join his family evacuated near Châteauroux and Neuvy-Saint-Sépulcre. He was a tram driver time in Limoges and seller of underwear. At the end of the war he returned to his home, in his house in Valenciennes, where he worked briefly for his father, and then entered the Conservatoire in Paris in 1948.

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  1. ^ Some sources indicate he was born in 1922.

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