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Herzensbrecher Alain Delon wird 85Er galt einst als einer der schönsten Männer Frankreichs - noch vor wenigen Monaten erhielt Alain Delon die Ehrenpalme in Cannes. Nun wird bekannt: Der. Der Schauspieler Alain Delon wird 85 - Nachrichten in Bildern auf mbtschuhekaufengunstig.com Bilder, Nachrichten und Berichterstattung aus. Alain Delon gilt bis heute als Schauspiel-Ikone des französischen Films. Nun feiert der "eiskalte Engel" seinen Geburtstag.
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Es wre kein Mel Gibson Film, Jane and 3 Alain Delon. - Wählen Sie Ihre NachrichtenUnser kleines Festival-ABC gibt den Ein- und Überblick. Alain Fabien Maurice Marcel Delon (French: [alɛ̃ dəlɔ̃]; born 8 November ) is a French actor and mbtschuhekaufengunstig.com is known as one of Europe's most prominent actors and screen sex symbols from the s and s. He achieved critical acclaim for roles in films such as Rocco and His Brothers (), Plein Soleil (), L'Eclisse (), The Leopard (), The Yellow Rolls-Royce ( 8/26/ · Alain Delon was born November 8, , in the town of Bourg-la-Reine, one of the southern suburbs of Paris. He was the most loved and attractive French mbtschuhekaufengunstig.com the longest time, he was regarded as the screen sex symbol in France in the s. Končila léta a Delon, chlouba Francie byl na vrcholu, když noviny plní složitá a neprůzračná aféra zavražděného Jugoslávce, který byl hercovým osobním strážcem, přítelem a taky milencem Nathalie. V tisku se propíraly sexuální orgie, kterých se měl Delon a jeho přítel účastnit. Alain Delon was born November 8, , in the town of Bourg-la-Reine, one of the southern suburbs of Paris. He was the most loved and attractive French actors. For the longest time, he was regarded as the screen sex symbol in France in the s. Delon had a sensation career which he embodied a young, energetic, often morally corrupted man. Alain Fabien Maurice Marcel Delon (French pronunciation: [alɛ̃ dəlɔ̃]; born 8 November ) is a French actor. He became famous quickly, and by the age of 23, he was already being compared to French actors like Gérard Philipe and Jean Marais. He was also compared to American actor James Dean. Alain Fabien Maurice Marcel Delon (French: [alɛ̃ dəlɔ̃]; born 8 November ) is a French actor and mbtschuhekaufengunstig.com is known as one of Europe's most prominent actors and screen sex symbols from the s and s. Alain Delon gives news of his state of health after his stroke For a year, Alain Delon will have remained silent. Victim of a stroke in June , the year-old actor focused on his convalescence. For the first time, he has just given news of his state of health. Alain Delon, in full Alain Fabien Maurice Marcel Delon, (born November 8, , Sceaux, Hauts-de-Seine, France), French film actor whose striking good looks helped make him one of the principal male stars of the French cinema in the s and ’70s. Delon had an unsettled childhood and was a rebellious student. November wird der Schauspieler 85 Jahre alt. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Neu In Prime bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. Nachdem seine Beziehungen zu Mireille Darc und dem niederländischen Model Rosalie van Breemen 54 ebenfalls scheiterten, lebt Alain Delon heute alleine und zurückgezogen mit vielen Tieren auf einem Gut in Douchy, etwa Kilometer von Paris entfernt. Icon: Der Spiegel.
Another gangster role was in the film the samurai in , The Sicilian Clan in His first role as a lead in a romantic film was a year later in the film Christine alongside Romy Schneider.
This opened him up to fame as he gained international attention from his role in the film Plein Soleil in He has several other successful films in the subsequent years.
They had one request for him, he needed to start learning English. Alain, however, rejected this offer and settled for a French production firm.
He worked with director Yves Allegra who gave him a role in the film When a woman intervenes. With each film that Alain featured in, it boosted his status and fame of the films.
Many critics believe that this largely contributed to his dark temperament. He was idolised in France and Europe by both men and women who loved his films.
He even featured in a Japanese film. Alain recently confessed that he is not fascinated by the modern cinema, his reason being that the content is shallow and is all about money, not talent.
He cherishes the old film production methods that used film and not the digital cameras of today.
Alain claimed that this has made many film producers not put in all the work. Apart from not being a great fan of modern-day film making, Alain confirmed that he no longer watches his old films.
In he appeared on the stage in "'Tis a Pity She's a Whore", directed by Visconti, in Paris. In he formed his own production company, Delbeau Productions, and he produced a short film directed by Guy Gilles.
In he found himself involved in murder, drug and sex scandal that indirectly implicated major politicians and show-business personalities, but he was eventually cleared of all charges.
In the late s he formed another company. Adel Film, and the next year he began producing features. In he directed his first film, Pour la peau d'un flic Delon was a sensation early in his career; he came to embody the young, energetic, often morally corrupted man.
With his breathtaking good looks he was also destined to play tender lovers and romantic heroes, and he was a French embodiment of the type created in America by James Dean.
His first outstanding success came with the role of the parasite Tom Ripley in 'Rene Clement''s sun-drenched thriller Purple Noon Delon presented a psychological portrait of a murderous young cynic who attempts to take on the identity of his victim.
A totally different role was offered to him by Visconti in Rocco and His Brothers In this film Delon plays the devoted Rocco, who accepts the greatest sacrifices to save his shiftless brother Simon.
After several other films in Italy, Delon returned to the criminal genre with Jean Gabin in Any Number Can Win This work, a classic example of the genre, was distinguished not only by a soundly worked-out screenplay, but also by the careful production and the excellent performances of both Delon and Gabin.
It was only in the late s that the sleek and lethal Delon came to epitomize the calm, psychopathic hoodlum, staring into the camera like a cat assessing a mouse.
In he had a huge success in the bloodstained Borsalino --which he also produced--playing a small-time gangster in the s who, with Jean-Paul Belmondo , becomes king of the Marseilles underworld.
Delon later won critical acclaim for his roles, against type, in Joseph Losey 's Mr. Klein in which he played brilliantly the icily sinister title role, and the art-movie Swann in Love He has an older son Anthony Delon who has also acted in a number of movies from his first marriage to Nathalie Delon , and has a young son and daughter, Alain-Fabien and Anouchka with Rosalie.
All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. He acquired Swiss citizenship in His paternal grandmother was Corsican , from Prunelli-di-Fiumorbo.
He attended a Catholic  boarding school, the first of several schools from which he was expelled because of unruly behavior. Delon left school at 14, and worked for a brief time at his stepfather's butcher shop.
He enlisted in the French Navy three years later, aged 17, and during — he served as a fusilier marin in the First Indochina War.
He has said that, of his four years of military service, he spent 11 months in a military jail for being "undisciplined". In , after being dishonorably discharged from the military, Delon returned to France.
He spent time working as a waiter, a porter, a secretary and a sales assistant. During this time he became friends with the actress Brigitte Auber , and joined her on a trip to the Cannes Film Festival , where his film career would begin.
At Cannes , Delon was seen by a talent scout for David O. After a screen test Selznick offered him a contract, provided he learn English. He was then given his first lead, supporting Romy Schneider in the period romance Christine , based on a novel by Arthur Schnitzler.
He and Schneider began a highly publicised romance in real life. The film was the seventeenth most popular movie at the French box office that year.
Delon was given the lead in the comedy Women Are Weak This was a big hit in France  and was the first of Delon's films to be seen in America.
Delon made some personal appearances in New York to promote the movie. He was a known friend of Serbian-born gangster Vojislav Stanimirovic.
Delon next made two films that ensured his international reputation. Delon played protagonist Tom Ripley to critical acclaim; Highsmith was a fan of his portrayal.
He then played the title role in Luchino Visconti 's Rocco and His Brothers Critic Bosley Crowther of The New York Times wrote that Delon's work was "touchingly pliant and expressive".
Delon made his stage debut in in the John Ford play 'Tis Pity She's a Whore alongside Romy Schneider in Paris. Visconti directed the production which broke box office records.
It was a minor success. More popular was an all-star anthology film Famous Love Affairs ; Delon's segment cast him as Albert III, Duke of Bavaria , opposite Brigitte Bardot.
Around this time Delon was mentioned as a possibility for the lead in Lawrence of Arabia. Instead he was cast by Michelangelo Antonioni opposite Monica Vitti in L'Eclisse ,  a major critical success, although audiences were small.
More popular was another all-star anthology film, The Devil and the Ten Commandments ; Delon's segment cast him with Danielle Darrieux.
Producer Jacques Bar was making a heist film with Jean Gabin with backing from MGM , titled Any Number Can Win Gabin's co-star was meant to be Jean-Louis Trintignant until Delon lobbied Bar for the role.
He took the film's distribution rights in certain countries instead of a straight salary. Because this had never been done before in France, this was known as "Delon's method.
However, in , Delon claimed "no one else has tried it since and made money. He also signed a five-picture deal with MGM, of which Any Number Can Win was the first.
His reputation was further enhanced when he worked with Visconti again for Il Gattopardo The Leopard with Burt Lancaster and Claudia Cardinale.
This was the seventh biggest hit of the year in France; Any Number Can Win was the sixth. Delon was now one of the most popular stars in France.
He starred in a swashbuckler, The Black Tulip , another hit. The latter was distributed by MGM, but it was not a success. They produced a film called The Unvanquished L'insoumis , where Delon played an OAS assassin.
It had to be re-edited because of legal issues. Despite being distributed by MGM, audiences were small.
Typecast as a "Latin Lover", Delon spent the next few years focused on making it in Hollywood. They make tremendous profits around the world.
My pictures are the most popular in Russia. I am a superstar in Europe. I would like to be a star in America.
In order to do so I would have to live and work in Hollywood. I can't do that. My Adel productions makes at least one film a year.
I do everything from A to Z. I find a story, hire writers, choose a director, collect a cast, and then put it all together. I even handle the finances, distribution, and publicity.
I refuse to accept the director who thinks himself a genius and tries to put his stamp on my films. It is my stamp that counts I don't mean to sound egotistical.
The simple truth is that I am an enormous star all over the world. I like that because it enables me to live well. In he made a final attempt at Hollywood stardom, signing with agent Sue Mengers and starring in The Concorde Airport '79 Delon returned to French films which he produced: The Medic and Three Men to Kill Teheran 43 was a change of pace.
In this big Soviet production he co-starred with Claude Jade and Curd Jürgens in a co-starring role beside Russian actors. Then it was back to crime: For a Cop's Hide , Le choc , Le Battant which Delon directed.
The thrillers resumed: Parole de flic , The Passage , Let Sleeping Cops Lie , and Dancing Machine One notable film during this time was Jean-Luc Godard 's Nouvelle Vague in , in which Delon played twins.
Delon's last major role was in Patrice Leconte 's Une chance sur deux in , another box office disappointment. Delon announced his decision to give up acting in , although he still occasionally accepts roles.
Delon acquired Swiss citizenship on 23 September , and the company managing products sold under his name is based in Geneva.
In , Delon starred in the French television drama Fabio Montale. He played an ageing policeman dressed in stylish clothes, a "signature Delon" role for audiences.
The show was a big hit. In , Delon tried to recreate the success of Fabio Montale and produced and starred in another French television police drama, Frank Riva.
It did well but less so than Fabio Montale. Around this time he mostly took roles in TV movies and also played some roles on the French stage.
He directed a TV movie himself in co-starring Anouk Aimee, titled Love Letters based on a play by A. In , after a seven-year hiatus from cinema, Delon was planning to star in a new movie, titled La Maison Vide , co-starring Juliette Binoche and directed by Patrice Leconte.
However, in November the French media announced that the project was canceled. No specific reason was given for the cancelation.
In April , at 83, Delon released a new single. The track, titled Je n'aime que toi , was composed by Rick Allison and Julia Paris.
Already in Delon scored a huge international hit duetting with Egyptian-French singer Dalida on the song Paroles In he collaborated with Shirley Bassey on the international hit song Thought I'd ring you.
At the Cannes Film Festival, which was held from 14 to 25 May, Delon was the recipient of an honorary Palme d'Or for his long standing career in the movies.
A retrospective of some of his films played at the festival. There was much controversy surrounding Delon receiving this award because of his presumed remarks he made concerning the treatment of women during his career and in his private life.
Thierry Fremaux, the artistic director of the festival, told the Cannes audience during a homage at the ceremony, "We know that intolerance is back, we're being asked to believe that if we all think the same it will protect us from the risk of being disliked or being wrong, but Alain Delon is not afraid of being wrong, being disliked, and he doesn't think like others, and he's not afraid of being alone".
It's the end of a life. It feels that I'm receiving a posthumous tribute while being alive," said Delon. He received the award from his daughter Anouchka Delon.
In the s, Delon expanded his interests. He bought trotters [ clarification needed ] and promoted fights. Delon reportedly wrote a letter thanking Chow for helping the sunglasses sell out in the region.
On 20 March , Delon was engaged to actress Romy Schneider , whom he met when they co-starred in the film Christine The child was raised mostly by Delon's mother and stepfather.
In December , Schneider and Delon decided to break the engagement. Their son, Anthony Delon , was born in September. In late , Delon filed for divorce but they continued to live under the same roof.
In , during the shooting of the film Jeff , Delon met French actress Mireille Darc with whom he started a relationship that lasted until They had two children: Anouchka Delon 25 November and Alain-Fabien Delon 18 March The relationship ended in During an interview in , Delon came out in support of the French far-right political party National Front , saying "The National Front, like the MCG [Geneva Citizens' Movement] in Geneva, is very important I encourage it and I perfectly understand it".
In September , Ari Boulogne Christian Aaron Boulogne sued Alain Delon for recognition of paternity. Fabio Montale. Julien Manda. Airport '79 Capt.
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