Charles Aznavour

Actor - France
Born May 22, 1924 in Paris
Died October 1, 2018 in Mouriès, Bouches-du-Rhône, France

Mini-Biography:
Charles Aznavour was born under the given name Chahnour Varinag Aznavourian on May 22, 1924 in Paris. He was a French Actor, known for Tirez sur le pianiste (1959), La métamorphose des cloportes (1965), Un Taxi pour Tobrouk (1961), Charles Aznavour's first movie on record is from 1936. Charles Aznavour died on October 1, 2018 in Mouriès, Bouches-du-Rhône, France. His last motion picture on file dates from 2002.
Biographical Notes in German: Singer-actor-composer-songwriter Charles Aznavour was born Chahnour Varinag Aznavourian in 1924 in Paris, France, after his parents fled Turkey in the wake of the Turkish massacre. He is one of France's legendary entertainers whose extraordinary career has spanned six decades. Aznavour is considered to have reinvented the French chanson, has composed more than 600 songs, has sold more than 100 million records and has appeared in over 60 films.Aznavour made his theatrical debut as a dancer at the age of nine. He went on to become an international singing sensation and movie star, working with the likes of musical legends Edith Piaf and Maurice Chevalier and film directors such as Andre Cayatte (Tomorrow Is My Turn, for which Aznavour received the 1960 Best Actor Award at the Cannes Film Festival); René Clair (Three Fables of Love); Julien Duvivier (Devil and The Ten Commandments); Claude Chabrol (The Hatter's Ghost, The Twist); Volker Schlondorff (The Tin Drum); and Francois Truffaut, with whom he created perhaps his most memorable role as the lead in Shoot the Piano Player.Some of his numerous career highlights include his 1964 sell-out performance at Carnegie Hall; his 1967 London debut at Royal Albert Hall, which was also sold-out; his UK No. 1 hit single, "She" (which was recently re-recorded by Elvis Costello for the soundtrack of the film, Notting Hill); and his honourary Cesar Award (France's equivalent of the Academy Awardr), which he received in 1997 for his invaluable contributions to French cinema.More recent accomplishments include his compositions for the musical comedy "Lautrec"; his latest album Jazznavour; his appearance with Sting, Elton John, Billy Joel and other popular music stars in Sting's annual rain-forest benefit concert at Carnegie Hall; and his being chosen "Entertainer of the Century" in an online poll sponsored by TIME Magazine, edging out the likes of Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and Bob Dylan.

Charles Aznavour Filmography [Auszug]
2002: [] Ararat (Cast: Edward Saroyan), Directed by Atom Egoyan, with David Alpay, Eric Bogosian,
1997: [/ /1] Hinter den Horizonten des Paradieses (Cast), Directed by Marianne S.W. Rosenbaum, Gérard Samaan, with F. Murray Abraham, Julie Christie,
1994: [/ /1] Baldipata (Cast), Directed by Michel Lang, with Annie Cordy, Yves Jacques,
1989: [/ /1] Laura (Cast), Directed by Vittorio Sindoni, Jeannot Swarc, with Mireille Darc, Sophie Renoir,
1988: [/ /1] Il Maestro (Cast: Romualdi), Directed by Marion Hänsel, with Andréa Ferréol, Francis Lemaire,
1986: [/ /1] Mauvais sang (Bad blood) (Composer), Directed by Léos Carax, with Denis Lavant, Michel Piccoli, Julie Delpy,
1986: [/ /1] Yiddish Connections (Cast), Directed by Paul Boujenah,
1983: [/ /1] Viva la vie (Cast), Directed by Claude Lelouch, with Anouk Aimée, Charlotte Rampling, Michel Piccoli,
1983: [] Die Fledermaus (Cast: Orlovskys Gast), Directed by Leopold Lindtberg, Humphrey Burton, with Kiri Te Kanawa, Hermann Prey, Hildegard Heichele,
1982: [/ /1] Les fantômes du chapelier (Hatter's Ghost) (Cast), Directed by Claude Chabrol, with Aurore Clément, Cristine Paolini,
1981: [/ /1] Der Zauberberg (The Magic Mountain) (Cast), with Rolf Zacher, Margot Hielscher, Irm Hermann,
1979: [05.03] Die Blechtrommel (The Tin drum) (Cast: Sigismund Markus), Directed by Volker Schlöndorff, with , Mario Adorf, David Bennent,
1975: [/ /1] Folies bourgeoises (The Twist) (Cast: Doctor), Directed by Claude Chabrol, with Stéphane Audran, Jean-Pierre Cassel,
1975: [/ /1] Sky riders (Cast: Nikolidis), Directed by Douglas Hickox, with Harry Andrews, James Coburn,
1975: [/ /1] Ten little Indians (And then there were none, Zehn kleine Negerlein, Diez negritos) (Cast), Directed by Peter Collinson, with Richard Attenborough, Adolfo Celi,
1973: [/ /1] The blockhouse (Cast), Directed by Clive Rees, Peter Vaughan,
1972: [/ /1] L' intrus (Cast: Charles Bernard), Directed by Sergio Gobbi, with Katia Aznavour, Marie-Christine Barrault,
1971: [/ /1] La part des lions (Cast: ERic), Directed by Jean Larriage, with Michel Constantin, Robert Hossein,
1970: [/ /1] The adventurers (Cast: Champion), Directed by Lewis Gilbert, with Alan Badel, Bekim Fehmiu,
1969: [/ /1] For me - Formidable (Cast), Directed by Jean-Christophe Averty,
1968: [/ /1] Caroline Cherie (Dear Caroline) (Cast), Directed by Denys de la Patellière, with France Anglade, Bernard Blier,
1968: [/ /1] Candy (Cast: Hunchback), Directed by Christian Marquand, with , Nicoletta Machiavelli, John Huston,
1966: [01.07] Paris au mois d'août (Paris in August, Paris in the Month of August) (Cast: Henri Plantin), Directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre, with Susan Hampshire, Michel de Ré,
1965: [/ /1] La métamorphose des cloportes (Cloportes) (Cast: Edmond), Directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre, with Maurice Biraud, Pierre Brasseur,
1965: [/ /1] La fabuleuse aventure de Marco Polo (Marco the Magnificent, The Fabulous Adventures of Marco Polo) (Cast), Directed by Denys de la Patellière, Noel Howard, with Orson Welles, Omar Sharif, Anthony Quinn,
1964: [/ /1] Alta infedeltà - La sospirosa (Haute infidélité) (Cast), Directed by Franco Rossi, with Nino Manfredi, ,
1964: [] Les fables de La Fontaine (Cast: La Fontaine ), Directed by René Clair, Fernand Marzelle, with Anna Karina, Rossano Brazzi,
1962: [12.21] Les quatre vérités (Three Fables of Love) (Cast: Charles (segment 'Les deux pigeons')), Directed by René Clair, Hervé Bromberger, with Leslie Caron, Raymond Bussières,
1962: [/ /1] Le diable et les dix commandements (Cast), Directed by Julien Duvivier, with Françoise Arnoul, Madeleine Robinson, Micheline Presle,
1962: [03.07] Douce violence (Sweet Ecstasy, Sweet Violence) (Composer), Directed by Max Pécas, with Pierre Brice, Elke Sommer, Vittoria Prada,
1961: [/ /1] Un Taxi pour Tobrouk (Taxi para Tobruk) (Cast: Samuel Goldmann), Directed by Denys de la Patellière, with Maurice Biraud, German Cobos,
1961: [/ /1] Tu ne tueras point (Thou shalt not kill) (Composer), Directed by Claude Autant-Lara, with Vledeta Dragutinovic, Suzanne Flon, Horst Frank,
1960: [/ /1] Le passage du Rhin (Cast), Directed by André Cayatte, with Nicole Courcel, Arne Madin,
1959: [] Tirez sur le pianiste (Cast: Charlie), Directed by Francois Truffaut, with Jacques Aslanian, Claude Mansard, Richard Kananian,
1959: [] Les dragueurs (The Chasers, The Dredgers) (Cast), Directed by Jean Pierre Mocky, with Anouk Aimée, Jacques Charrier,
1959: [/ /1] La tête contre les murs (Cast: Heurtevent), Directed by Georges Franju, with Pierre Brasseur, Paul Meurisse, Jean Pierre Mocky,
1953: [05.22] Le rat d'Amérique (Cast: Charles), Directed by Jean-Gabriel Albicocco, with Marie Laforêt, Franco Fabrizi,
1936: [] La Guerre des gosses (Cast), Directed by Eugene Deslaw, with Jean Murat, Saturnin Fabre, Claude May,

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