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
Lausanne, Switzerland
Died15 August 1983(1983-08-15) (aged 34)
Casablanca, Morocco
OccupationActor
Years active19671983
Spouse(s)Bénédicte Lacoste (divorced)
Barbara Magnolfi (m.1977)
Children2
RelativesGabrielle Réjane (great-grandmother)

Life

Marc Michel Marrier de Lagatinerie was born in Lausanne, Switzerland on 3 January 1949, the son of Jacqueline Porel (19182012), an actress and granddaughter of Gabrielle Réjane, and Gérard Landry, an actor. [2] 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.

Filmography

Year Title Role Director Notes
1967Shock TroopsOctaveCosta-Gavras
1967Des garçons et des fillesPierreÉtienne Périer
1969Une fille nommée AmourSergio GobbiUncredited
1969Secret WorldOlivierPaul Feyder
1969The Sicilian ClanSergio ManaleseHenri Verneuil
1970La HorseHenriPierre Granier-Deferre
1970Last LeapLe danseur arrêtéÉdouard Luntz
1970Road to SalinaRockyGeorges Lautner
1970Tumuc HumacMarcJean-Marie Périer
1971Les Aveux les plus douxJean DubreuilÉdouard Molinaro
1971Un peu de soleil dans l'eau froideGilles LantierJacques Deray
1972Don't Torture a DucklingDon Alberto AvalloneLucio Fulci
1973LudwigRichard HornigLuchino Visconti
1973Un officier de police sans importanceCamilleJean Larriaga
1973Tony ArzentaDomenico MaggioDuccio Tessari
1974VirilitàRobertoPaolo Cavara
1974Die Ameisen kommenAlainJochen Richter
1974Nipoti miei dilettiMarcoFranco Rossetti
1975Loaded GunsManuelFernando Di Leo
1975Il marsigliesePierre TorielGiacomo BattiatoTV Mini-Series, 3 episodes
1976Soldier of FortuneDuke of NamurPasquale Festa Campanile
1976Live Like a Cop, Die Like a ManFredRuggero Deodato
1976The InnocentFilippo d'ArborioLuchino Visconti
1977Sette note in neroLuca FattoriLucio Fulci
1977A Spiral of MistFabrizio SangermanoEriprando Visconti
1977Quand la ville s'éveilleAlex RidziPierre Grasset
1977Difficile morireUmberto Silva
1978Blazing FlowersPino ScaliseGianni Martucci
1978Porci con la P 38MorrisGianfranco Pagani
1978La Sorella di UrsulaFilippo Andrei / Gianni NardiEnzo Milioni
1979L'albero della maldicenzaMarioGiacinto Bonacquisti
1980Je vais craquerChristian dit ChrisFrançois Leterrier
1980La pagellaNinì Grassia
1981La disubbidienzaAlfioAldo Lado
1981Il Marchese del GrilloBlanchardMario Monicelli
1982La Certosa di ParmaLieutenant RobertMauro BologniniTV Mini-Series, 2 episodes
1983Delitto carnaleMaxCesare Canevari

References

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