Death of Claude Brasseur: his son Alexandre pays homage to him and it’s overwhelming!


Touching words …

“Claude Brasseur died that day in peace and serenity surrounded by his family. He was not a victim of the Covid. He will be buried in Paris in accordance with sanitary rules and will rest alongside his father, in the Father’s cemetery. -Lachaise in Paris “, announced Elisabeth Tanner, head of the Time Art agency to AFP.

The actor died Tuesday, December 22 at the age of 84. Claude Espinasse, whose real name was, began his theater career in 1955 with Judas by Marcel Pagnol, before making his debut in cinema in 1956 with Rencontre à Paris by Georges Lampin. Known for his roles in La Boum (with Sophie Marceau in particular) and Camping (with Franck Dubosc), he has appeared in nearly a hundred films and obtained two Césars, that of best actor in a supporting role in 1977 for Un éléphant it deceives enormously and best actor in 1980 for The War of the Police.

We have also seen him in the thrillers Les Sein’s de glace (1974), L’Agression (1975) and We will all go to paradise (1977). This legend of French cinema has filmed with the greatest and alongside the greatest… For our colleagues from Paris Match, Alexandre Brasseur confided in his father and his words are moving…

” He left on December 22, the day his father was born. In their own way, they’ve come together forever. He left on December 22, three days before Christmas, one of the most precious of all. most delicious moments of my childhood. “He continues …” My father had his faults. […] Man sometimes fled from them in the ends of life. He erased them in big tables, friendship, fraternity, family, and in laughter. “

“Claude lived fully, shamelessly. He was often persuaded that I judged him. I never judged my father. In his place, maybe, sometimes, I would have done worse. We should not judge, we must seek to understand, to accept. I loved my father unconditionally. I will always remember the warmth of his hands when he vibrated. He was hot. He was alive. “