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Jean Peyrière

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Jean Peyrière
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Born
Marie Henri Georges Jean Vaysse

(1885-10-02)2 October 1885
Died7 September 1965(1965-09-07) (aged 79)
OccupationActor
Years active1910–1937

Jean Peyrière (born Marie Henri Georges Jean Vaysse, 10 October 1885 – 7 September 1965) was a French stage and film actor. He appeared in several popular serial films during his career.

Biography

Jean Peyrière was born Marie Henri Georges Jean Vaysse in Vesoul, Haute-Saône, Franche-Comté.[1] He began his career in the film industry in 1913, with an appearance in the Henri Pouctal directed short film Denise opposite actor Philippe Garnier. Following his role in Denise, he would appear in the André Calmettes directed two part serial Les trois mousquetaires (The Three Muskateers), released the following year. Les trois mousquetaires was an early film adaptation of the 1884 Alexandre Dumas novel of the same name.[2]

Peyrière would spend the remainder of the 1910s appearing in films directed by Louis Mercanton, René Hervil, Jean Kemm and René Plaissetty.[3] In 1919, he appeared in the Henri Pouctal directed serial Travail, which ran in seven installments. In 1923 he appeared in the popular Henri Fescourt directed serial Mandrin, starring Romuald Joubé and followed with a role in the Charles Maudru directed serial Le roi de Paris, starring Jean Dax.[4] Other film serials of the 1920s Peyrière appeared in include Surcouf (1924), directed by Luitz-Morat and starring Jean Angelo; Le Vert Galant (1924), directed by René Leprince; Fanfan la Tulipe (1925), directed again by René Leprince and starring Aimé Simon-Girard; and Le juif errant (1926), directed by Luitz-Morat and starring Gabriel Gabrio.[5]

Jean Peyrière's last film of the 1920s silent film era was the 1929 René Barberis and René Leprince directed drama La tentation (Temptation), starring Lucien Dalsace. Peyrière would only make one sound film, which would also be his last appearance on screen, in the Robert Péguy directed 1937 comedy Monsieur Breloque a disparu, starring Lucien Baroux and Junie Astor.[6]

Following his retirement from the film industry Jean Peyrière settled in Paris where he died in 1965 at age 79.[7]

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1913 Denise
1913 Les trois mousquetaires Duc de Buckinham
1915 Sadounah
1916 L'énigme du château
1917 Midinettes Xavier de La Herpinière
1919 Le destin est maître
1920 Au travail Boisgelin
1920 Fille du peuple François Barjac
1920 Le Lys du Mont Saint-Michel
1923 Le roi de Paris (The King of Paris) Jean Hiénard
1924 Mandrin
1924 Les amours de Rocambole (The Loves of Rocambole)
1924 Le vert galant Sully
1924 The Loves of Rocambole Le duc de Sallendrera
1925 Surcouf William Pitt
1925 Fanfan la Tulipe M. Favart
1926 Titi premier, roi des gosses Coquebot
1926 Le Juif errant Le Christ et Rennepont Serial
1928 Princess Masha Kerdiakoff
1929 La tention (Temptation) Maurice Brinon
1938 Monsieur Breloque a disparu (final film role)

References

  1. ^ Les gens du cinéma Retrieved 18 September 2016.
  2. ^ Les gens du cinéma Retrieved 18 September 2016.
  3. ^ Le Cinéma Français Retrieved 18 September 2016.
  4. ^ Le Cinéma Français Retrieved 18 September 2016.
  5. ^ Notré Cinéma Retrieved 18 September 2016.
  6. ^ Le Cinéma Français: Monsieur Breloque a disparu Retrieved 18 September 2016.
  7. ^ Notré Cinéma Retrieved 18 September 2016.


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