Isla Lang Fisher is an Australian film actress of Scottish descent, remembered by fans of world cinema for her participation in the films “Marrying the First Counter”, “The Illusion of Deception”, “The Great Gatsby” and “Uninvited Guests”. In addition, in her youth she published several children’s books.
A girl was born in the Arab country of Oman, and grew up in Australia. The fact is that the father of the future actress, Brian Fisher, was a financier at the United Nations and just at that moment was engaged in the banking structure in Muscat, the capital of this Asian country. A few months later, the Fishers returned to Scotland, to the town of Bathgate. The actress was named after one of the British Isles. And later, in the biography of Isla Fisher, the Australian city of Perth appears, where the family moved to permanent residence. Continue reading
Born Jean Raul Robert, he was born in 1930 in Paris into a Breton family. He studied at the Nantes Conservatory, and then at the Drama Center and the Higher National Conservatory of Dramatic Art. His classmates were Claude Risch, Jean-Pierre Mariel and Jean-Paul Belmondo.
On the theatrical stage, Rochefort – since 1949. He worked in many theaters, including the troupe of the National Folk Theater. The actor’s film debut took place in 1958.
Rochefort became a famous actor in 1962 – after the movie of Philippe de Brock “Cartouche”. And Rochefort developed this success in 1965, playing in the next picture of de Brock, “The misfortunes of the Chinese in China.” Continue reading
French actor, director, writer, artist, sculptor, stunt performer.
His real name is Jean Alfred Villain-Marais, but since he is “bad” in French, he removed it from his name.
Born on December 11, 1913 in Cherbourg (France), in the family of a veterinarian, but barely remembered his father: his parents divorced when he was five years old, and the further upbringing of Jean and his older brother fell on the shoulders of his mother, grandmother and aunt. Jean was born from childhood, he remained faithful to his childhood dreams and affections for life. He was an emotional, sensitive and very receptive child. At the age of four, when he first got into the cinema, little Jean dreams of becoming an actor. Continue reading