Louis Seigner

Louis Seigner
Born (1903-06-23)June 23, 1903
Saint-Chef, Isère, France
Died January 20, 1991(1991-01-20) (aged 87)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Occupation Actor
Years active 1933–1982

Louis Seigner (23 June 1903 – 20 January 1991) was a French actor.

He was born in Saint-Chef, Isère, France, the son of Louise (Monin) and Joseph Seigner,[1] and died in Paris. He is the father of actress Françoise Seigner, with Marie Cazeaux, and the grandfather of Emmanuelle Seigner, Mathilde Seigner and Marie-Amélie Seigner.


Year Title Role Notes
1982 Les Misérables
1975 Section spéciale
Bons baisers de Hong Kong
1972 Les Rois maudits Spinello Tolomei Miniseries
1964 Les amitiés particulières
1962 L'Eclisse
1960 The Truth
1955 Girls of Today
1954 The Count of Monte Cristo
1953 Les Amants de minuit
1952 Judgement of God
The Long Teeth
Holiday for Henrietta
1951 Le Dindon
Clara de Montargis
1950 A Certain Mister
1948 Man to Men
La chartreuse de Parme
1946 A Lover's Return
1943 Le Corbeau
Angels of the Streets
1939 Entente cordiale


  1. Europa Publications (1989). The International Who's Who, 1989-90. Europa Publications. ISBN 9780946653508. Retrieved 2015-02-09.
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