The French comedian Michel Galabru is photographed on 12 November 1980 in front of a teletypewriter at the Agence France-Presse office in Nice. Galabru received at the Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris, entered the Comédie Française in 1950 and debuted in the cinema in "My wife, my cow and me" by J. Devaivre in 1951. He will shoot in more than 150 films and a quarantine of TV movies, made famous among others in "The policeman of Saint Tropez" (1964), "The gendarme gets married" (1968), "The policeman and the gendarmettes" (1982). His awards: César for Best Actor (1977) and Césars for Supporting Men (1986 and 1991).
Keywords used by Agence France-Presse to describe this photograph: horizontal, width, actor, comedian, person-cinema, cigar, afp, attitude, press, press agency
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