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Francois Truffaut’s height is 5ft 6½in (1.69 m)

François Roland Truffaut (6 February 1932 – 21 October 1984) was a French film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, and film critic, as well as one of the founders of the French New Wave. In a film career lasting over a quarter of a century, he remains an icon of the French film industry, having worked on over 25 films. Truffaut’s film The 400 Blows came to be a defining film of the French New Wave movement.

Francois Truffaut

First Name: Francois
Last Name: Truffaut
Birth Full Name: François Roland Truffaut
Other Names: Le Petit Caporal
Born: 6 February, 1932
Birthplace: Paris
Died: 21 October, 1984
Death Location: Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France
Cause of Death: Brain Cancer
Height: 5ft 6½in (1.69 m)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Brown – Dark
Hair Color: Black
Astrological Sign: Aquarius
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: French
Occupation: Writer, Director, Producer
Father: Roland Lévy,Roland Truffaut (step father)
Mother: Jeanine de Montferrand
Filmography: Confidentially Yours (1983), The Woman Next Door (1981), The Last Metro (1980), Love on the Run (1979), The Green Room (1978), The Man Who Loved Women (1977), Small Change (1976), The Story of Adele H (1975), Day for Night (1973), Une belle fille comme moi (1972), Les deux Anglaises et le continent (1971), Bed & Board (1970), The Wild Child (1970), Mississippi Mermaid (1969), Stolen Kisses (1968), The Bride Wore Black (1968), Fahrenheit 451 (1966), The Soft Skin (1964), Jules et Jim (1962), Love at Twenty (1962), Antoine et Colette (1962, Short Film), A Story of Water (1961, Short Film), The Army Game (1960), Shoot the Piano Player (1960), The 400 Blows (1959), Les Mistons (1957, Short Film), Une visite (1955, Short Film), Confidentially Yours (1983), The Woman Next Door (1981), The Last Metro (1980), Love on the Run (1979), The Green Room (1978), The Man Who Loved Women (1977), Small Change (1976), Ce gamin, là (1976), Bed & Board (1970), L’enfance nue (1968), Stolen Kisses (1968), Jules et Jim (1962), Le scarabée d’or (1961, Short Film), The Army Game (1960), Testament of Orpheus (1960), The 400 Blows (1959), Anna la bonne (1958, Short Film), Belle Époque (1995, TV Show), The Little Thief (1988), Breathless (1983), Confidentially Yours (1983), The Man Who Loved Women (1983), The Woman Next Door (1981), The Last Metro (1980), Love on the Run (1979), The Green Room (1978), The Man Who Loved Women (1977), Small Change (1976), The Story of Adele H (1975), Day for Night (1973), Une belle fille comme moi (1972), Les deux Anglaises et le continent (1971), Bed & Board (1970), The Wild Child (1970), Mississippi Mermaid (1969), Stolen Kisses (1968), The Bride Wore Black (1968), Fahrenheit 451 (1966), Mata Hari, agent H21 (1964), The Soft Skin (1964), Jules et Jim (1962), Love at Twenty (1962), A Swelled Head (1962), A Story of Water (1961, Short Film), Breathless (1960), The Army Game (1960), Shoot the Piano Player (1960), Me faire ça à moi (1960), The 400 Blows (1959), Les surmenés (1958, Short Film), Les Mistons (1957, Short Film), Une visite (1955, Short Film), Ces chers disparus: Françoise Dorléac (1984, TV Show), La leçon de cinéma: François Truffaut (1983, TV Show), Ciné parade (1982, TV Show), Les nouveaux rendez-vous (1981), AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock (1979, TV Show), The Making of ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’ (1977, TV Show), La nuit des Césars (1976, TV Show), Apostrophes (1975, TV Show), I’m a Stranger Here Myself (1975), Les rendez-vous du dimanche (1974, TV Show), Vive le cinéma (1972, TV Show), Le grand échiquier (1972, TV Show), Langlois (1970), Omnibus (1967, TV Show), Monsieur Cinéma (1967), Carl Th. Dreyer (1966), Bibliothèque de poche (1966), Cinéastes de notre temps (1964, TV Show), À tout prendre (1964), The Merv Griffin Show (1962, TV Show), Pariser Journal (1962), Cinépanorama (1956, TV Show), Reflets de Cannes (1952, TV Show), Reputations (-, TV Show)
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