Legendary French actor Jean-Louis Trindignant has died at the age of 91
WASHINGTON: Jean-Louis Trinidad, Caesar’s actor and star of the French classic films Amore, Z and The Conformist, has died at the age of 91. According to the deadline, even the legendary actor. Known as ‘Three Colors: Red’ and ‘A Man and a Woman’, he died at his home in southern France on Friday.
In 1966, she starred opposite Anook Aimi in the Academy Awards for Best Screenplay and Foreign Language Film, winning a double Oscar for her role in “A Man and a Woman” (1966).
In 2019, he starred in his final role in retaliation for the role. He has appeared in more than 130 films and has acted in many stage plays in his long life. He won the Caesar Award for `Best Actor ‘three times; For three colors: red, fiesta and amor. His last win was in 2013.
He also won the Best Actor award at the 1969 Cannes Film Festival for the political thriller Z. Known for his withdrawal from public life, he always focused on his craft during his popularity, and is widely remembered as one of France. By the deadline, the best actors.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, in one of his last interviews, he reflected on his career. .It’s good to give Oscars to people who work who are not having fun, “he said.
His personal life was devastated by the tragedy, with the tragic loss of two daughters. One of her daughters was murdered in 2003 by rock star Bertrand Contott, while the other died as Paul’s nine-month-old baby. He is now survived by his son Vincent and his wife Marianne.