The actor Jacques Herlin, supporting actor who had an impressive filmography, died Saturday June 7th at the age of 86 in a Paris hospital, his talent agency Artmedia told AFP..
Born August 17, 1927 in Paris, Jacques Herlin had more than one hundred films to his credit in nearly 60 year career. His last major role was that of brother Amédée in "Of Gods and Men" by Xavier Beauvois film awarded the Grand Jury Prize of the Cannes Film Festival in 2010.
This spring, he appeared in "Street ravishing" based on a novel by Boris Vian, to be released in September on France 2.
HERLIN, Jacques (Jacques Dejouette)
Born: 8/17/1927, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Died: 6/7/2014, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Jacques Herlin’s westerns – actor:
Buffalo Bill, Hero of the Far West - 1964 (Indian chief)
Fort Yuma Gold - 1966 (Riggs’ henchman)
Yankee – 1966 (Filosofo)
7 Pistols for a Massacre – 1967 (Mr. Pink)
Two Faces of the Dollar – 1967 (Mathematician/Mad Michael)
Westerns, Italian Style – 1968 [himself]