Date of Birth: 11/29/1938
Place of Birth: Valenciennes
Michel Duchaussoy born November 29, 1938 in Valenciennes, Nord department in northern France, near the Belgian border.
Graduated CNSAD in Paris, he played in the troupe Comedie Francaise (1967-1984).
In the cinema since 1961 (the episode in the film directed by Louis Malle "Private Lives"), the first prominent role was played in the film directed by Alain Zhessyua "Playing in the bloodshed." Filmed in strips of Claude Chabrol, Roger Vadim, Costa-Gavras, the voice of his grandfather Archibald in the series about the adventures of the boy Arthur directed by Luc Besson. During a long career of the actor he starred in more than one hundred and seventy different roles, including work on television.
Member of the steering committee of the French international organization of artists "For a world without violence."
He died of a heart attack March 13, 2012.
Awards and nominations
The award "Cesar" for Best Actor ( "May Fools")