Marcel Marceau


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Noun1.Marcel Marceau - French mime famous for his sad-faced clown (born in 1923)Marcel Marceau - French mime famous for his sad-faced clown (born in 1923)
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Handsome, with deep blue eyes, and well-built, he was a runner, specializing in the 400-meter race, and a cousin of the famous mime Marcel Marceau.
It sets the scene for a vaudevillian show, partly inspired by the clownish monochrome aesthetic of French mime artist Marcel Marceau.
Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg is to play Marcel Marceau in a new film about World War II.
I speak as someone who has made the embarrassing mistake of dressing my daughter Jesse in the same stripy Breton top as myself, and ended up looking like Marcel Marceau and his mini-mime.
Barry is very sensitive to the spirit world, he got into contact with the spirit of Marcel Marceau the other day.
Eliot, Marcel Marceau, Paul Auster, Ornette Coleman, Vaclav Havel, Bob Dylan, Jim Jarmusch, Yohji Yamamoto, Sean Connery, Robert Redford, Meryl Streep, and Uma Thurman.
Two entrants dressed from head to toe as mime artist Marcel Marceau broke their silence as they gasped for air at the end of the gruelling course, happy to have conquered tough stretches including the notorious 'Cardiac Hill' in Sutton Park.
Washington, April 21 ( ANI ): Russell Crowe has revealed that he has been a big fan of mime ever since he saw famed star Marcel Marceau on his first theatre trip as a youngster, although he was made fun of for his delight with the silent art.
BEYOND WORDS Bill Bowers, often compared to Chaplin, Keaton and his teacher, Marcel Marceau, for his gift of performing wordlessly, brings his one-man show to the Historic Asolo Theater Feb.
Influenced by artists like Chaplin, Marcel Marceau and Engibarov, Polunin and his company have taken clowning out of the world of the circus, and brought it to theatre lovers, fellow practitioners and families worldwide.
Influenced by leading artists including Chaplin, Marcel Marceau and Engibarov, Slava Polunin and his company have taken clowning out of the world of the circus, and brought it to theatre lovers.
He is inspired by Charlie Chaplin, Marcel Marceau and Leonid Engibarov.