Louis VELLE

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FrenchBorn Louis VELLE

French actor

Born on May 29, 1926 in Paris , France

Died on February 3, 2023 in Morainvilliers , France

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Louis Velle (29 May 1926 – 2 February 2023) was a French actor. He appeared in numerous films including Stopover in Orly, The Impossible Mr. Pipelet, and Kings for a Day.

...   Louis Velle (29 May 1926 – 2 February 2023) was a French actor. He appeared in numerous films including Stopover in Orly, The Impossible Mr. Pipelet, and Kings for a Day.


Personal
Louis Velle was married since 1949 to writer, director, actress and novelist Frédérique Hébrard, with whom he lived for over 70 years and with whom he has three children, Catherine, Nicolas and François, director and screenwriter.
He died on 2 February 2023 at the age of 96.


Filmography


Feature films
1951: Marriage agency of Jean-Paul Le Chanois
1953: The Three Musketeers by André Hunebelle
1953: A boy's life by Jean Boyer
1954: The Eye behind the scenes by André Berthomieu
1954: I had seven daughters by Jean Boyer
1954: Stopover at Orly by Jean Dréville
1955: The Impossible Monsieur Pipelet by André Hunebelle
1955: The Best Part of Yves Allégret
1956: The Joyful Prison by André Berthomieu
1956: The Inspector loves the fight by Jean Devaivre
1957: The Quiet Corner by Robert Vernay
1961: Over the Wall by Jean-Paul Le Chanois
1962: Because, because of a woman by Michel Deville
1964: Among the Vultures (Unter geiern) by Alfred Vohrer
1966: Martin soldier by Michel Deville
1968: The Unfaithful Night by Antoine d'Ormesson
1971: La Poudre d'escampette by Philippe de Broca
1972: The Angels by Jean Desvilles
1973: Jean Girault 's driving license
1974: The walls have ears by Jean Girault
1975: Intrepid by Jean Girault
1975: When the City Awakens by Pierre Grasset
1976: A husband is a husband by Serge Friedman
1985: Kikuo Kawasaki 's Private Passions
1987: Duo solo by Jean-Pierre Delattre (unreleased in theaters)
1996: Like Kings by François Velle


Short films
1972: The Line of Seals by Jean-Paul Torok
1996: Bitumen by François Velle


Television
1958: Snow Hotel by Jean Vernier
1962: Just published by Édouard Bourdet , directed by André Pergament
1963: Things see by André Pergament
1964: Subscriber to line U by Yannick Andréi: Monsieur Roux
1965: How Not to Marry a Billionaire by Roger Iglésis: Robert de Gissac (television adaptation of the novel by Spanish author Luisa-Maria Linarès: Sous la coupe de Barbe-Bleue ).
1966: The blue train stops 13 times by Serge Friedman, episode: Beaulieu, the trap
1966: The Happy Age of Odette Joyeux: Frédéric Aubry
1970: The Thursdays of Madame Giulia (I giovedi della signora Giulia): Luciano Barsanti[6]
1972: La Demoiselle d'Avignon by Michel Wyn: François Fonsalette
1972: The Man Who Returns from afar by Michel Wyn based on the novel by Gaston Leroux
1972: The 16th at Kerbriant by Michel Wyn: Captain Franz Madelin
1973: Docteur Caraïbes by Jean-Pierre Decourt (+ short version theatrically released): title role
1974: Laurels for Lila by Claude Grinberg
1979: The Strange Mr. Duvallier by Victor Vicas
1982: The Lys in the Valley by Fabrice Maze based on the novel by Honoré de Balzac: Monsieur de Mortsauf
1988 : The Happiness Opposite by Teff Erhat (episode 24)
1990 : The Ambassador 's Husband by François Velle : Pierre-Baptiste Lambert
1993 : The Castle of Olive Trees by Nicolas Gessner
1997 : Le Grand Batre by Laurent Carceles
2005 : We only lend to the rich by Arnaud Sélignac
2006 : The Secrets of the Volcano by Michaëla Watteaux
2010 : Chestnuts of the Desert by Caroline Huppert


At the theater tonight
1969: The Love of the Four Colonels by Peter Ustinov, adapted by Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon, directed by Jean-Pierre Grenier, directed by Pierre Sabbagh, Théâtre Marigny
1972: Scrap metal and rags by Garson Kanin , directed by Pierre Mondy, directed by Pierre Sabbagh, Théâtre Marigny
1972: Eve and the Men by Gabriel Arout , directed by Bernard Dhéran, directed by Pierre Sabbagh, Théâtre Marigny
1979: Nina by André Roussin , directed by Jean-Laurent Cochet, directed by Pierre Sabbagh, Théâtre Marigny
1980: Ninotchka by Melchior Lengyel , adapted by Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon, directed by Jacques Ardouin, directed by Pierre Sabbagh, Théâtre Marigny


Voice-over
1964: 1989 by Roger Leenhardt (short film): Narrator
1964: The Archives of France by Henri Calef (short film): Narrator
1971: In war as in war (Le eccitanti guerre di Adeline) by Bernard Borderie: Narrator


Dubbing
1968: Bullitt: Senator Walter Chalmers (Robert Vaughn)


Radio
1982: Chloé by Jérôme Touzalin.


Theater


Playwright
1956: At the Pope 's Currency by Louis Velle, directed by René Dupuy, Théâtre Gramont
1959: Mousseline by Louis Velle, directed by the author, Théâtre Fontaine
1967: The Sentimental Life of Louis Velle, directed by Michel Fagadau, Théâtre des Ambassadeurs


Actor
1946: The Holy Family by André Roussin, directed by Jean Meyer, Théâtre Saint-Georges
1948: The Revenge of a Russian Orphan by Henri Rousseau, directed by René Dupuy, Théâtre de l'Œuvre
1949: The Revenge of a Russian Orphan by Henri Rousseau, directed by René Dupuy, Studio des Champs-Elysées
1949: L'Habit vert by Gaston Arman de Caillavet and Robert de Flers , directed by Pierre Aldebert , Théâtre de Chaillot
1952: Vice-Versa by Louis Velle, Fontaine Theater
1953: Hamlet de Tarascon by Jean Canolle, directed by Christian-Gérard, Théâtre La Bruyère
1954: The Love of the Four Colonels by Peter Ustinov, directed by Jean-Pierre Grenier, Théâtre Fontaine
1959: Mascarin by José-André Lacour, directed by Jean Négroni, Théâtre Fontaine
1959: Mousseline by Louis Velle, directed by the author, Théâtre Fontaine
1960: Histoire de rire by Armand Salacrou, directed by Jean Meyer, Théâtre de la Madeleine
1960: My father was right by Sacha Guitry, directed by André Roussin, Théâtre des Célestins
1963: Laure and the Jacques by Gabriel Arout, directed by Jean Piat, Saint-Georges Theater
1963: Six Men in Question by Frédéric Dard & Robert Hossein, directed by Robert Hossein, Théâtre Antoine
1963: You Can Never Say by George Bernard Shaw, directed by René Dupuy, Théâtre Gramont
1965: La Crécelle by Charles Dyer, directed by Michel Fagadau, Théâtre des Célestins, Georges Herbert tour
1966: Tonight in Samarkand by Jacques Deval, directed by Jean Piat, Théâtre de Paris
1967: The Sentimental Life of Louis Velle, directed by Michel Fagadau, Théâtre des Ambassadeurs
1973: The Arc de Triomphe by Marcel Mithois , directed by Jacques Charon , Saint-Georges Theater
1976: Nina by André Roussin , directed by Jean-Laurent Cochet, Théâtre des Nouveaux
1978: Nina by André Roussin, directed by Jean-Laurent Cochet, Théâtre des Célestins, Karsenty-Herbert tour
1992: The Girl in the Back Seat by Bernard Slade, directed by Jacques Sereys, Antoine Theater
1995: The Absence of War by David Hare, directed by Daniel Benoin, Comédie de Saint-Étienne
1995: The Rubicon by Maurice Horgues, directed by Daniel Delprat, Boulogne-Billancourt Theater
2002: Festen by Thomas Vinterberg, directed by Daniel Benoin, National Theater of Nice
2003: Festen by Thomas Vinterberg, directed by Daniel Benoin, Théâtre du Rond-Point
2004: Festen by Thomas Vinterberg, directed by Daniel Benoin, National Theater of Nice, Theater La Criée


Director
1959: Mousseline by Louis Velle, Fontaine Theater
Sentimental Life, Antoine Theater.


Publications
Louis Velle is co-author, with his wife Frédérique Hébrard of:

The Lady of Avignon, 1971
The Protestant and the Catholic , 1999 (memorabilia)
As long as there are cats... in a family, 2010
The young lady of Avignon is back, 2014Louis Velle is also the author of the books:

Triumph in the Stock Market Despite Hard Times, 1989 (Le Rocher)
Ma petite femme, 1953 (Éditions La Bougie du Sapeur, taken over in club edition by France Loisirs), Prix Alphonse-Allais


References


External links
Louis Velle at IMDb



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