The ceremony will take place at Saint-Roch church in Paris on Tuesday. He will then be buried in Père-Lachaise. Claude Brasseur died last Tuesday at the age of 84.
Quite a symbol. The actor Claude Brasseur will be buried in “the artists’ parish”, the famous Saint-Roch church in the 1st arrondissement of Paris this Tuesday, December 29 at 11 am. The place is in fact considered to be the church of performing artists.
The burial will then take place at Père-Lachaise, where his father, actor Pierre Brasseur, rests. “in strict privacy”, according to the wishes of the family.
Claude Brasseur died Tuesday, December 22 at the age of 84 (“he was not a victim of the Covid”, had specified Elisabeth Tanner of the Time Art agency).
110 films and a very large repertoire
In total, in more than 60 years of career, he will have appeared in more than 110 films, also passing through the television and theater cases.
Following the generations of spectators, he will be remembered as Vidocq; Daniel, member of the band of “Un éléphant ça trompe enormously” and “We will all go to paradise” alongside Victor Lanoux, Jean Rochefort and Guy Bedos; François, father of Sophie Marceau in “La Boum”, or Jacky, in “Camping” and its suites.
In addition to comedies and thrillers, this former resident of the Conservatory, jack-of-all-trades, has also toured with figures from the New Wave such as François Truffaut or Jean-Luc Godard.
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