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Marcel Marceau Children: Michel Marceau, Aurélia Marceau, Camille Marceau, Baptiste Marceau

A French actor and mime artist by the name of Marcel Marceau, who was born Marcel Mangel and passed away on September 22, 2007, became well-known for his role as “Bip the Clown” in theater. Having performed professionally for more than 60 years, he referred to mime as the “art of silence.” He was a…

A French actor and mime artist by the name of Marcel Marceau, who was born Marcel Mangel and passed away on September 22, 2007, became well-known for his role as “Bip the Clown” in theater.

Having performed professionally for more than 60 years, he referred to mime as the “art of silence.”

He was a young Jew who operated with the French Resistance during most of World War Two while remaining hidden.

In August, after Paris had been freed, he performed for 3,000 soldiers for the first time. Following the war, he continued studies in mime and dramatic art in Paris.

Marcel Marceau Children: Michel Marceau, Aurélia Marceau, Camille Marceau, Baptiste Marceau

Michel Marceau, Aurélia Marceau, Camille Marceau, and Baptiste Marceau have all been named as Marcel’s offspring.

When Marceau joined Jean-Louis Barrault’s company, he was assigned the role of Arlequin in the pantomime Baptiste right away (which Barrault had interpreted in the film Les Enfants du Paradis).

The response to Marceau’s performance was so enthusiastic that the next year he decided to play his first “mimodrama,” Praxitele and the Golden Fish, at the Bernhardt Theatre. There was widespread acclaim for Marceau’s mime performances, and his career was well established.

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