Duchaussoy was a French film actor, who appeared in 130 films from 1962 onwards. He acted in many great French classic plays including Molière, Marivaux, Corneille and Ionesco and in 2003 he received the prestigious Molière award as best supporting actor, for his performance in Phèdre. In 1967 he got his first break in films with a role in Alain Jessua’s “Jeu de massacre”. Louis Malle chose him to appear in “Vie privée” and « Milou en mai » and he also featured in three Claude Chabrol films « La femme infidèle », « Que la bête meure” and also “La rupture”.
His deep voice was a good match for Marlon Brando’s in the dubbed version of Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather”, and he was widely praised for his performance in “L’Ennemi public numero 1”, directed by Jean-François Richet, where he played Jacques Mesrine’s father.
More recently, in 2010 he starred alongside Sophie Marceau in Yann Samuell's "L'age de raison."
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