Charles Boyer

Charles Boyer

Highest Rated: 100% How to Steal a Million (1966)

Lowest Rated: 20% The Madwoman of Chaillot (1969)

Birthday: Aug 28, 1899

Birthplace: Figeac, Lot, Midi-Pyrénées, France

By his twenties he was already half bald and wore toupees for his movies.Fluent in French, English, German, Italian and Spanish.Boyer's French voice and mannerisms inspired Chuck Jones' cartoon skunk Pepé Le Pew.Met wife Pat Paterson at a dinner party in 1934 and became engaged after just two weeks of courtship.On February 8, 1960, was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet La fortuna di essere donna (Lucky to Be a Woman) Actor 2012
No Score Yet Julia, Du bist zauberhaft (Adorable Julia) Actor 2012
No Score Yet La Parisienne (Une Parisienne) Actor 2011
No Score Yet The Louvre Host 1978
71% A Matter of Time Count Sanziani 1976
91% Stavisky... Jean Raoul 1974
No Score Yet Lost Horizon High Lama 1973
20% The Madwoman of Chaillot The Broker 1969
No Score Yet The April Fools Andre 1969
26% Casino Royale Le Grand 1967
83% Barefoot in the Park Victor Velasco 1967
100% How to Steal a Million DeSolnay 1966
71% Is Paris Burning? (Paris brûle-t-il?) Monod 1966
No Score Yet A Very Special Favor Michel Boullard 1965
No Score Yet Love Is a Ball M. Etienne Pimm 1963
No Score Yet The 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Marcelo Desnoyers 1962
No Score Yet Fanny Cesar 1961
No Score Yet The Buccaneer Dominique You 1958
No Score Yet Une Parisienne Prince Charles 1957
71% Around the World in 80 Days Monsieur Casse 1956
No Score Yet What a Woman Actor 1956
No Score Yet Nana Count Muffat 1955
83% The Cobweb Dr. Douglas Devanel 1955
No Score Yet The Wild Bunch George Burrel 1955
97% The Earrings of Madame De... (Madame de...) Général André De 1954
No Score Yet The Happy Time Jacques Bonnard 1952
No Score Yet Thunder in the East Prime Minister Singh 1952
No Score Yet Four Star Playhouse Actor 1952
86% The 13th Letter Dr. Paul Laurent 1951
No Score Yet The First Legion Father Marc Arnoux 1951
No Score Yet The Battle of the Rails (Bataille du rail) Narrator 1949
No Score Yet Arch of Triumph Dr. Ravic 1948
No Score Yet A Woman's Vengeance Henry Maurier 1948
93% Cluny Brown Adam Belinski 1946
No Score Yet Confidential Agent Actor 1945
87% Gaslight Gregory Anton 1944
No Score Yet Flesh And Fantasy Paul Gaspar Producer 1943
No Score Yet The Constant Nymph Lewis Dodd 1943
No Score Yet The Heart of a Nation Commentator 1943
No Score Yet Tales of Manhattan Paul Orman 1942
100% Hold Back the Dawn Georges Iscovescu 1941
No Score Yet Back Street Actor 1941
83% All This, and Heaven Too Duke De Praslin 1940
No Score Yet When Tomorrow Comes Philip Andre Durand 1939
86% Love Affair Michel Marnet 1939
No Score Yet Algiers Pepe le Moko 1938
No Score Yet Tovarich Prince Mikail Alexandrovitch Ouratieff 1937
100% Conquest Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte 1937
100% History Is Made At Night Paul Dumond 1937
40% The Garden of Allah Boris Androvsky 1936
No Score Yet Mayerling Archduke Rudolph of Austria 1936
No Score Yet Break of Hearts Franz Roberti 1935
No Score Yet Private Worlds Dr. Charles Monet 1935
No Score Yet Le bonheur Phillipe 1934
100% Liliom Liliom Zadowski 1934
No Score Yet Caravan Latzi 1934
No Score Yet Red Headed Woman Albert 1932
No Score Yet Captain Fracasse (La Capitaine Fracasse) Actor 1929
No Score Yet L'épervier Actor 1926
No Score Yet Man Of The Sea (L'homme Du Large) Actor 1920


No Score Yet I Love Lucy
Himself 1956


Susan Bonnard says: Bibi, what have you got on your sleeves?

Bibi says: They're too long. Before he left town, Uncle Desmond gave me some garters to hold them up.

Susan Bonnard says: Women's garters! Take them off! Look at them! Off some... stranger's legs!

Grandpere Bonnard says: To Desmond she was not a stranger.

Susan Bonnard says: Jacques!

Jacques Bonnard says: Calm yourself, my love. My brother is young.

Susan Bonnard says: Your son is younger.

Jacques Bonnard says: And after all, there is no great harm in catching garters that are thrown from the stage of the Casino Burlesque. It's done by some of our most distinguished citizens. It's a form of sport.

Susan Bonnard says: I don't want garters from the burlesque on my son's arms.

Bibi says: Only one is from the burlesque! The other was obtained privately!