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Jean Marais’s height is 5ft 10.75in (1.8 m)

Jean-Alfred Villain-Marais, also known as Jean Marais, was a French actor, director and sculptor.

Jean Marais

Best Known For Movie: Beauty and the Beast
Height: 5ft 10.75in (1.8 m)
Born: December 11, 1913, Cherbourg-Octeville, France
Filmography: Stealing Beauty (1996), Les Misérables (1995), Les enfants du naufrageur (1992), Lien de parenté (1986), Parking (1985), Cher menteur (1982), Les parents terribles (1980), Vaincre à Olympie (1977), Joseph Balsamo (1973-1974), Karatekas and co (1973), Robert Macaire (1971), Donkey Skin (1970), La provocation (1970), Le jouet criminel (1969), Diamond Rush (1969), Fantomas vs. Scotland Yard (1967), Seven Guys and a Gal (1967), The Saint Lies in Wait (1966), Fantomas Unleashed (1965), Train d’enfer (1965), Killer Spy (1965), Thomas the Impostor (1965), Ivory Coast Adventure (1965), Fantomas (1964), Friend of the Family (1964), Cherchez l’idole (1964), The Reluctant Spy (1963), The Iron Mask (1962), Les mystères de Paris (1962), Pontius Pilate (1962), Romulus and the Sabines (1961), Napoléon II, l’aiglon (1961), Blood on His Sword (1961), Captain Fracasse (1961), Princess of Cleves (1961), Captain Blood (1960), The Battle of Austerlitz (1960), Testament of Orpheus (1960), Le Bossu (1959), Life Together (1958), Every Day Has Its Secret (1958), King on Horseback (1958), Girl in His Pocket (1957), Le Notti Bianche (1957), S.O.S. Noronha (1957), Typhoon Over Nagasaki (1957), Elena and Her Men (1956), The Whole Town Accuses (1956), Kiss of Fire (1956), If Paris Were Told to Us (1956), School for Love (1955), Napoleon (1955), Royal Affairs in Versailles (1954), The Count of Monte Cristo (1954), Le guérisseur (1953), Julietta (1953), Inside a Girls’ Dormitory (1953), Voice of Silence (1953), The Lovers of Midnight (1953), L’appel du destin (1953), Leathernose (1952), Miracles Only Happen Once (1951), Coriolan (1950), The Glass Castle (1950), Orpheus (1950), The Secret of Mayerling (1949), Ceux du Tchad (1949), Les parents terribles (1948), Aux yeux du souvenir (1948), The Eagle with Two Heads (1948), Ruy Blas (1948), The Royalists (1947), Beauty and the Beast (1946), Carmen (1944), Voyage Without Hope (1943), Love Eternal (1943), Le lit à colonnes (1942), Le pavillon brûle (1941), Abused Confidence (1937), Bizarre, Bizarre (1937), Nights of Fire (1937), Les hommes nouveaux (1936), Le bonheur (1935), L’aventurier (1934), Le scandale (1934), Étienne (1933), L’épervier (1933), Song of the Streets (1933), Les parents terribles (1980), Le bel indifférent (1975), Luchino Visconti (1999), Milice, film noir (1997), Thé ou café (1997), Jean Cocteau, mensonges et vérités (1997), Belmondo, le magnifique (1996), Joyeux anniversaire Monsieur Trenet (1995), Vincent à l’heure (1995), Studio Gabriel (1995), La fièvre de l’après-midi (1993), La nuit des Césars (1980-1993), Bouillon de culture (1993), Damia – Concert en velours noir (1989), Du côté de chez Fred (1989), Le divan (1988), Mardi cinéma (1988), Champs-Elysées (1986), Scoop à la Une (1986), Le grand échiquier (1983), Les nouveaux rendez-vous (1981), Il était une fois: Le gala de l’union des artistes (1980), Gala de l’union (1969-1980), Die 1000 Tode des Yvan Chiffre (1976), 30 millions d’amis (1976), Jean Marais, artisan du rêve (1975), Paris aktuell (1966-1970), Dim Dam Dom (1969), The Woman Is a Stranger (1968), Hinter der Leinwand (1966), Chansons von Jean Cocteau (1965), Le palmarès des chansons (1965), Tête de bois et tendres années (1965), Mysteries of Rome (1963), La joie de vivre (1958), Trente-Six Chandelles (1957), The Ed Sullivan Show (1957), Love, Madame (1952), Vedettes en liberté (1949), Cocteau Marais – Un couple mythique (2013), L’Occupation sans relâche – Les artistes pendant la guerre (2010), What War May Bring (2010), Nous nous sommes tant aimés (2010), René Deltgen – Der sanfte Rebell (2004), Louis De Funès, la comédie humaine (2003), Louis de Funès ou Le pouvoir de faire rire (2003), In the Shadow of Hollywood (2000), Fellini Narrates: A Discovered Self-Portrait (2000), The 71st Annual Academy Awards (1999), François Chalais, la vie comme un roman (1997), The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender (1997), The World of Jacques Demy (1995), My American Uncle (1980), Langlois (1970), Beach Casanova (1962).
Other Names: Marais, Maray
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Occupation: Actor
Died: November 8, 1998, Cannes, France
Spouse: Mila Parély (m. 1942–1944)
Children: Serge Marais
Albums: Jean Marais chante Jean Cocteau,
Jean Marais Quote: Life is unfair. I got nothing but the best. View More Jean Marais Quotes

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