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Roger Pierre (30 August 1923 – 23 January 2010) was a French actor of mostly comedies as part of a duo with Jean-Marc Thibault.

Career

Roger Pierre and his comedic partner were once one of France's most popular comedy acts. Working regularly throughout the 1950s, 60s, 70s and beyond, Roger Pierre's first film was the 1957 "Beautiful Mind." Pierre went on to appear in such comedies as "Mary Mary," "Who Is This Woman?' "The Legatee," and, in the 1990s, "The Night of Barbizon" and "Fire's Mother Madam." Roger Pierre also co-hosted the show "Incredible But True."

Filmography

Realizer and actor




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