Jean De Briac

Active - 1921 - 1972  |   Born - Aug 15, 1891   |   Died - Oct 18, 1970   |   Genres - Drama, Comedy, Musical, Romance, Action

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Biography by Hans J. Wollstein

A debonair, mustachioed supporting actor from France, Jean De Briac played prominent roles in the silent era -- Fred Thomson's fisherman brother in Mary Pickford's The Love Light (1921), the notorious "The Knifer" in Clara Bow's Parisian Love (1925), the stage director in Greta Garbo's The Divine Woman (1928) -- but mainly bit parts thereafter. De Briac, whose career continued well into the '50s, even turned up in a 1949 episode of television's The Lone Ranger.

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