About Lucien Baroux
September 21, 1888 - May 21, 1968
|Place of Birth||:||Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, France|
|Also Known As||:||Marcel Lucien Edouard Barou, Lucien Barou|
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Lucien Baroux (born Marcel Lucien Barou) (Toulouse, 21 September 1888 – Hossegor, 21 May 1968) was a French actor. He began his career working in the theatre, moving on to a long career in films from the 1930s. In the field of musical comedy he created roles in Brummell in 1931 (Jim), Déshabillez-vous ! in 1928 (Dumontel), Passionément in 1926 (Captain Harris), and J'adore ça in 1925 (Jacques Cocardier). He appeared as Laurent XVII in the 1935 film and 1956 recording of La mascotte. He took part in the complete recording of Le Malade imaginaire (as Monsieur Diafoirus), in 1964 starring Michel Galabru on L'Encyclopédie Sonore Hachette. Source: Article "Lucien Baroux" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.