Claude Brasseur, the last elephant in cinema, has just arrived in paradise

He is one of them who has taught us that an elephant is very deceitful. Comedian and actor Claude Brasseur died on Tuesday at the age of 84. A man who would have marked generations with over a hundred films, immense roles, as well as still roles for films, television and series. His agent specifies that he died peacefully, surrounded by his family. He will be buried at Père-Lachaise in Paris where he will rest with his father.

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