Claude Brasseur has left us, but his presence, his raucous and warm voice, recognizable among all, and his obvious pleasure to play will remain in the memories of lovers of cinema and theatre.

Coming from a long line of actors, he expressed himself with the same passion on stage, on television and in cinema.

His first steps under the direction of Marcel Carné (The Country I come from), Jean-Luc Godard (Separate band) to popular hits such as that an elephant deceives a lot Yves Robert (for whom he won in 1977 the César of the second role), La Boum, by Claude Pinoteau, the delicious Orchestra chairs by Danièle Thomson or the series of films Camping by Fabien Onteniente, Claude Brasseur will have a lasting impact on several generations of spectators.

Multi-faceted actor, he won the César for best actor in 1980 for his role in The Police War.

Touching, atypical, charming, disillusioned, flamboyant… His interpretation, always so correct, gives us the feeling of having known him personally.

Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin extends her condolences to her family, her loved ones and all those who loved her.