Jean Murat

Highest Rated: 100% Carnival in Flanders (1935)
Birthday: Jul 13, 1888
Birthplace: Not Available
After serving in WWI as a news correspondent, Jean Murat began an acting career, making his first movie appearance in 1922. Even in his forties, Murat retained the youthful leading man looks that had vaulted him to stardom. He was particularly well served by his roles in Feyder's La Kermesse Heroique (in 1935 as the Duke) and Delannoy's L'Eternal Retour (in 1943 as Marc). Murat's handful of English-languages appearances include Hollywood's On the Riviera (1951) and Rich, Young and Pretty (1951), neither of which were worthy of his talents. Jean Murat was at one time the husband of French leading lady Annabella, who later was the wife of Tyrone Power.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet La Galerie Des Monstres Actor 2013
No Score Yet Paris-Méditerranée (Companion Wanted) Actor 2012
No Score Yet L'équipage (Flight Into Darkness) Actor 2012
No Score Yet Bethsabée Actor 2012
No Score Yet It Happened in Athens Decoubertin 1962
No Score Yet Paris Holiday Judge 1958
No Score Yet Der Fuchs von Paris Yvonne's Father 1957
No Score Yet Rich, Young and Pretty Mons. Henri Milan 1952
No Score Yet On the Riviera Periton 1951
No Score Yet L'Éternel retour (The Eternal Return) Marc 1943
No Score Yet Love Eternal Actor 1943
No Score Yet Anne-Marie Actor 1936
No Score Yet La Guerre des Gosses (Generals Without Buttons) Jean Delcourt 1936
100% Carnival in Flanders Duke d'Olivares 1935
No Score Yet Last Flight (L'équipage) Actor 1928
No Score Yet Divine Voyage Actor 1928
No Score Yet La Proie du Vent The husband 1926


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