Julien Guiomar

A French actor who appeared in a wide range of films, Julien Guiomar played everything from an army colonel in the political thriller "Z" to an abbot in Louis Malle's "The Thief of Paris". Guiomar worked in theater ... Read more »
Born: 05/03/1928 in Morlaix, Finistère, FR

Filmography

Actor (50)

J'ai faim !!! 2001 (Movie)

(Actor)

Leolo 1993 (Movie)

Grandfather (Actor)

My Name Is Victor 1993 (Movie)

Emile (Actor)

Plein Fer 1990 (Movie)

Fabiani (Actor)

African Timber 1989 (Movie)

Girolles (Actor)

Asterix and the Big Fight 1989 (Movie)

of Le Devin (Voice)

Terre sacree 1988 (Movie)

(Actor)

Flag 1987 (Movie)

Leon Terzakian (Actor)

Les Deux crocodiles 1987 (Movie)

Julien Derouineau (Actor)

Last Summer in Tangiers 1986 (Movie)

Gomez (Actor)

Le Debutant 1986 (Movie)

Lucien Berger (Actor)

Les Ripoux 1985 (Movie)

Commissioner Bloret (Actor)

Bizet's Carmen 1984 (Movie)

Lillas Pastia (Actor)

Le Matou 1984 (Movie)

Picquot--the Thief (Actor)

L' Arbre sous la mer 1983 (Movie)

Lucas (Actor)

Equateur 1982 (Movie)

Bouilloux (Actor)

Papy Fait de la Resistance 1982 (Movie)

Le colonel Vincent (Actor)

Un Chien dans un Jeu de Quilles 1982 (Movie)

Alexandre (Actor)

Est-ce bien raisonnable? 1979 (Movie)

Raymond (Actor)

Inspecteur la Bavure 1979 (Movie)

Vermillot (Actor)

Le Bar du Telephone 1979 (Movie)

(Actor)

Sono Fotogenico 1979 (Movie)

Carlo Simoni (Actor)

Caro Papa 1978 (Movie)

Parrella (Actor)

Je vous ferai aimer la vie 1978 (Movie)

Soltier (Actor)

Milo Milo 1978 (Movie)

Louis (Actor)

Ils sont fous ces sorciers 1977 (Movie)

Stumpf Bachelier (Actor)

La Zizanie 1977 (Movie)

Doctor Landry (Actor)

Les Ringards 1977 (Movie)

Jeannot (Actor)

Barocco 1976 (Movie)

Gauthier (Actor)

L' Animal 1976 (Movie)

Fechner (Actor)

Mort d'un pourri 1976 (Movie)

Feraddi (Actor)

L' Aile et la Cuisse 1975 (Movie)

Boss (Actor)

Mado 1975 (Movie)

Boss (Actor)

L' Incorrigible 1974 (Movie)

Camille (Actor)

Souvenirs d'en France 1974 (Movie)

Victor (Actor)

Dites-Le avec des fleurs 1973 (Movie)

Comolli (Actor)

La Grande Trouille 1973 (Movie)

Producer (Actor)

La Moutarde me monte au nez 1973 (Movie)

Albert Renaudin (Actor)

Une Baleine qui avait mal aux dents 1973 (Movie)

Julien (Actor)

Doucement Les Basses! 1971 (Movie)

Francisco (Actor)

Borsalino 1970 (Movie)

Boccace (Actor)

Home Sweet Home 1970 (Movie)

Father (Actor)

Les Maries de l'an Deux 1970 (Movie)

Commissaire (Actor)

The Milky Way 1969 (Movie)

Spanish Priest (Actor)

The Strangler 1969 (Movie)

Inspector (Actor)

Z 1969 (Movie)

Colonel (Actor)

La Fiancee du pirate 1968 (Movie)

(Actor)

King of Hearts 1967 (Movie)

Monseigneur Marguerite--Bishop Daisy (Actor)

The Thief of Paris 1966 (Movie)

Lamargelle (Actor)

Flagrante Delicto (Movie)

Leon Terzakian (Actor)

Biography

A French actor who appeared in a wide range of films, Julien Guiomar played everything from an army colonel in the political thriller "Z" to an abbot in Louis Malle's "The Thief of Paris". Guiomar worked in theater before making a name for himself on TV and then later in films. He appeared several times on the theatrical anthology show "Le théâtre de la jeunesse " in the early '60s, and in his first feature film role he played a monsignor in "King of Hearts", a 1966 war film starring Alan Bates. He had a supporting role in Malle's "The Thief of Paris" in 1967 and appeared in the Costa-Gavras film "Z" in '69. In Luis Buñuel's "The Milky Way", he again played a religious figure, this time a Spanish priest. He could also play comedic roles, as he demonstrated in the Louis de Funès comedy "The Wing and the Thigh" in 1976. Another significant role was the part of a surgeon in the romantic drama "Je vous ferai aimer la vie" in '79. In one of his last roles, he played God in the offbeat comedy fantasy "Let There Be Light" in 1998.

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