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Alain Delon

Alain Delon

Alain Delon (born November 8, 1935) is a French actor, one of the best known outside his native country.

Delon was born in Sceaux, France. His breakthrough as a film star came with Plein Soleil, a 1962 adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's Talented Mr Ripley. He also gave tremendous performances in Lucino Visconti's "The Leopard" and, perhaps his finest moment, "Le Samourai". His later work has not reached these hights, and his decline is characteristic of the nouvelle vague of French actors, such as Jean-Paul Belmondo.

After a string of box office disasters in the 1980s and 1990s, culminating in the unexpected failure of Patrice Leconte's film Une Chance sur deux, Alain Delon announced his decision to give up acting in 1997. In 1969, Delon and his wife were at the center of a massive scandal when their bodyguard was found shot dead in a garbage dump.


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In 1969, Delon and his wife were at the center of a massive scandal when their bodyguard was found shot dead in a garbage dump. 1Kettering Magazine (http://www.bodnotbod.org.uk/kettering) Issue #2. After a string of box office disasters in the 1980s and 1990s, culminating in the unexpected failure of Patrice Leconte's film Une Chance sur deux, Alain Delon announced his decision to give up acting in 1997. Feldman was an active member of the Communist Party of Great Britain. His later work has not reached these hights, and his decline is characteristic of the nouvelle vague of French actors, such as Jean-Paul Belmondo. The songs were written, not by him, but by Dennis King, John Junkin and Bill Solly (a writer for Max Bygraves and The Two Ronnies).1. He also gave tremendous performances in Lucino Visconti's "The Leopard" and, perhaps his finest moment, "Le Samourai". He also released one long playing record called I Feel A Song Going Off (1969), re-released as The Crazy World of Marty Feldman.

His breakthrough as a film star came with Plein Soleil, a 1962 adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's Talented Mr Ripley. He directed and starred in The Last Remake of Beau Geste and died from a heart attack in Mexico filming his last performance in the film Yellowbeard. Delon was born in Sceaux, France. Feldman appeared in The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes's Smarter Brother and several Mel Brooks films, including Silent Movie and Young Frankenstein. Alain Delon (born November 8, 1935) is a French actor, one of the best known outside his native country. He is remembered for his role as the hunchback Igor in Young Frankenstein - in which, as usual, many of his lines were improvised. His performances on American television included The Dean Martin Show and Marty Feldman's Comedy Machine.

Following his success on At Last the 1948 Show, Feldman had a memorable series of his own shows on the BBC, called It's Marty. The sketch was revived as part of the Monty Python stage show repertoire (without Feldman). In one memorable sketch, first broadcast on March 1, 1967, Feldman harassed a patient shop assistant (John Cleese) for a series of fictitious books, finally achieving success with Ethel the Aardvark goes Quantity Surveying. The television sketch comedy series At Last the 1948 Show featured Feldman's first screen performances.

He was also a writer on The Frost Report with several future Pythons. For British television they wrote sitcoms The Army Game, Bootsie and Snudge, and most notably the ground-breaking BBC radio show Round the Horne, which starred Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams. Like Spike Milligan, Feldman started his show-business career as a trumpet player, but soon turned to comedy. He formed a flourishing writing partnership with Barry Took in 1954. English writer, comedian and film and television actor, famous for his bulging eyes, which were the result of a thyroid condition.

Marty Feldman (July 8, 1933 - December 2, 1982).

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