Actor, Actor FRANCE

Michel PICCOLI

Michel PICCOLI
Biography

Michel Piccoli makes his stage debut at the age of 18. We catch a glimpse of him in the cinema as early as 1945, but it's only in 1963 in Jean-Luc Godard's Contempt that he truly achieves fame. In 1967, My Love, My Love by Nadine Trintignant, is the first film he presents in Competition at the Festival de Cannes. He meets Luis Buñuel with whom he shoots five films, including Belle de jour. He becomes the fetish actor of Claude Sautet whom he accompanies to Cannes in 1970 for The Things of Life. He co-stars in 1973 in Marco Ferreri's La Grande Bouffe that sets off a scandal in Cannes. In 1980, he wins the Best Actor's Award for his performance in Marco Bellochio's Leap into the Dark, while The Beautiful Troublemaker by Jacques Rivette, in which he plays an ageing painter, wins the 1991 Grand Prix of the Jury. In 2005, he presents at Cannes the 3rd feature which he's directed, C'est pas tout à fait la vie dont j'avais rêvé.

Films presented at Cannes

Awards

LE SAUT DANS LE VIDE
SALTO NEL VUOTO 1980 Award for Best Actor Actor
Jury members
Member - Feature films - 2007
President - Caméra d'Or - 1999
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Directors

Jean-Luc GODARD

Jean-Luc GODARD

Director
Ken LOACH

Ken LOACH

Director
Kon ICHIKAWA

Kon ICHIKAWA

Mathieu AMALRIC

Mathieu AMALRIC

Director, Actor
Michael BAY

Michael BAY

Michel FRANCO

Michel FRANCO

Director
Wim WENDERS

Wim WENDERS

Director
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