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Bruno Crémer (born 6 October 1929, in Saint-Mandé, France), is a French actor who spent a great part of his career on stage but has also had successful performances for the cinema and the television.

Biography

He is widely known in France and the French speaking world for his interpretation of the famous detective Maigret in a television series that started in 1991. In 2005, he acted in his 54th adaptation of a Maigret story. (See also [1]) (In the Washington, DC area, they can frequently be seen on the MHz cable network.)

His earlier career on the stage included creating the role of Thomas Beckett in the 1959 world premiere of the play Beckett by Jean Anouilh.

After ten years on stage, he had a credited role in the movies for the first time in 1957 in Send a Woman When the Devil Fails (UK), with Alain Delon, aka: When a Woman Meddles (USA: TV title) aka: When the Woman Gets Confused.

In December 1984, he married Chantal, having two daughters with her. From an earlier marriage he had another son: Stéphane, who is a writer.

In 2000, he published an autobiography, Un certain jeune homme (French: A certain young man).

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