Bruno Cremer was born on October 6, 1929 in Saint-Mande, Seine [now Val-de-Marne], France and he is a famous TV and film actor. He started his career in 1952 with the film called "Les dents longues" in which he played the role of L'homme qui sort de la boiģte, directed by Daniel Gelin and writers of the film are Michel Audiard etc, released on March 28, 1955 and the cast of the film includes: Danii®le Delorme, Daniel Gelin, Jean Chevrier, Jean Debucourt, Olivier Hussenot, Colette Mars, Louis Seigner etc.
He acted in many other TV series and films such as: "En votre iĘme et conscience", "La 317i®me section", "Un homme de trop", "La bande i† Bonnot" etc.
Why is he famous?
His rise to fame became shortly after "Les dents longues".
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