Jean-Pierre Léaud, ComM ( French: [ʒɑ̃pjɛʁ le.o]; born 28 May 1944) is a French actor, known for playing Antoine Doinel in François Truffaut 's series of films about that character, beginning with The 400 Blows (1959).
- Silver Bear for Best Actor (Berlin International Film Festival), 1966 Masculin Féminin, Best Actor (Thessaloniki Film Festival), 1996 Pour rire!, Honorary César (César Awards), 2000, FIPRESCI Prize, 2001 The Pornographer
- 28 May 1944 (age 78), Paris, France
Jean-Pierre Léaud, (born May 5, 1944, Paris, France), French screen actor who played leading roles in some of the most important French New Wave films of the 1960s and ’70s, particularly ones by François Truffaut.
Jean-Pierre Léaud Actor Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Director IMDbPro Starmeter See rank Play trailer 1:54 The Death of Louis XIV (2016) 12 Videos 96 Photos Jean-Pierre Léaud is not everybody's cup of tea for sure, but will remain an important name in film history.
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Mar 24, 2017 · Something more than an actor or even a movie star, Jean-Pierre Léaud is a man who has lived his life on film. After making his screen debut at 13, Mr. Léaud is now, at 72, the subject of a...
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Mar 31, 2017 · Jean-Pierre Léaud Speaks: How a Cinematic Icon Nearly Killed Himself for His Best Role Since ‘The 400 Blows’ The reclusive actor put himself through hell to play a dying man, but how much of what...
Jean-Pierre Léaud naît le 28 mai 1944 à Paris 2, note 1. Il est le fils de la comédienne Jacqueline Pierreux et du scénariste Pierre Léaud 3, 4 .