Marc Porel

Marc Michel Marrier de Lagatinerie (3 January 1949 – 15 August 1983), known professionally as Marc Porel, was a Swiss-born French film actor.[1] He appeared in 40 films between 1967 and 1983.

Marc Porel
Born
Marc Michel Marrier de Lagatinerie

(1949-01-03)3 January 1949
Died15 August 1983(1983-08-15) (aged 34)
OccupationActor
Years active1967–1983
Spouse(s)Bénédicte Lacoste (divorced)
(m. 1977)
Children2
Parent(s)Gérard Landry
Jacqueline Porel
RelativesGabrielle Réjane (great-grandmother)
Jean-Marie Périer (half brother)

LifeEdit

Marc Michel Marrier de Lagatinerie was born in Lausanne, Switzerland on 3 January 1949, the son of Jacqueline Porel (1918–2012), an actress and granddaughter of Gabrielle Réjane, and Gérard Landry, an actor.[2][better source needed] He had three half siblings, one from his mothers previous marriages to Henri Salvador, brother Jean-Marie Périer, and two from her marriage to actor François Périer, brother Jean-Pierre and sister Anne-Marie.

He was married twice, first to French model Bénédicte Lacoste, with whom he had a daughter. They divorced, and he remarried to Italian actress Barbara Magnolfi and had a daughter with her.

Porel died in Casablanca on 15 August 1983 of Meningitis. He is buried at Passy Cemetery in Paris with his family.

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Director Notes
1967 Shock Troops Octave Costa-Gavras
1967 Des garçons et des filles Pierre Étienne Périer
1969 Une fille nommée Amour Sergio Gobbi Uncredited
1969 Secret World [fr] Olivier Paul Feyder
1969 The Sicilian Clan Sergio Manalese Henri Verneuil
1970 La Horse Henri Pierre Granier-Deferre
1970 Last Leap Le danseur arrêté Édouard Luntz
1970 Road to Salina Rocky Georges Lautner
1970 Tumuc Humac Marc Jean-Marie Périer
1971 Les Aveux les plus doux Jean Dubreuil Édouard Molinaro
1971 Un peu de soleil dans l'eau froide Gilles Lantier Jacques Deray
1972 Don't Torture a Duckling Don Alberto Avallone Lucio Fulci
1973 Ludwig Richard Hornig Luchino Visconti
1973 Un officier de police sans importance Camille Jean Larriaga
1973 Tony Arzenta Domenico Maggio Duccio Tessari
1974 Virilità Roberto Paolo Cavara
1974 Die Ameisen kommen Alain Jochen Richter
1974 Nipoti miei diletti Marco Franco Rossetti
1975 Loaded Guns Manuel Fernando Di Leo
1975 Il marsigliese Pierre Toriel Giacomo Battiato TV Mini-Series, 3 episodes
1976 Soldier of Fortune Duke of Namur Pasquale Festa Campanile
1976 Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man Fred Ruggero Deodato
1976 The Innocent Filippo d'Arborio Luchino Visconti
1977 Sette note in nero Luca Fattori Lucio Fulci
1977 A Spiral of Mist Fabrizio Sangermano Eriprando Visconti
1977 Quand la ville s'éveille Alex Ridzi Pierre Grasset
1977 Difficile morire Umberto Silva
1978 Blazing Flowers Pino Scalise Gianni Martucci [it]
1978 Porci con la P 38 Morris Gianfranco Pagani
1978 La Sorella di Ursula Filippo Andrei / Gianni Nardi Enzo Milioni
1979 L'albero della maldicenza Mario Giacinto Bonacquisti
1980 Je vais craquer Christian dit Chris François Leterrier
1980 La pagella Ninì Grassia
1981 La disubbidienza Alfio Aldo Lado
1981 Il Marchese del Grillo Blanchard Mario Monicelli
1982 La Certosa di Parma [it] Lieutenant Robert Mauro Bolognini TV Mini-Series, 2 episodes
1983 Delitto carnale Max Cesare Canevari

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Marc Porel". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. Baseline & All Movie Guide. 2016. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016.
  2. ^ https://gw.geneanet.org/mkerembellec?lang=en&n=marrier+de+lagatinerie+dit+marc+porel&oc=0&p=marc+michel

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