Gerard Depardieu


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Noun1.Gerard Depardieu - French film actor (born in 1948)
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"Actor Gerard Depardieu plays Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev in a film about the events in Prague in the spring of 1968", the film's producer, APA reports citing VAAJU.
Representatives of the B-Tween French production company reportedly visited Uzbekistan on June 15 as part of preparations for shooting a documentary about the historical and architectural heritage, as well as cultural and gastronomic traditions of Uzbekistan with French actor Gerard Depardieu in the cast, Uzreport reports.
French-born actor Gerard Depardieu "utterly denies any sexual assault,anyrape, any criminal conduct," his lawyer Herve Temime told the French BFM broadcaster on Thursday, following reports that a 22-year-old woman had filed a complaint against the performer.
Gerard Depardieu attends the premiere of the movie 'Tour de France,' in Paris.
HOLLYWOOD star Gerard Depardieu is being probed after a young actress claimed he raped and sexually assaulted her.
Gaston, a French soldier voiced by Gerard Depardieu, is something of an exception: a vivid if standard-issue jolly giant.
| BIRTHDAYS: Christopher Benjamin, actor, 83; Janet Street-Porter, broadcaster, 71; Gerard Depardieu, actor, 69; Duncan Ferguson, former footballer, 46; David Knopfler, musician, 65; Gilles Simon, French tennis player, 33; Salman Khan, Bollywood actor, 52; David Dunn, footballer, 38.
We don't know about Simone Signoret, Alain Delon and Philippe Noiret-but in Gerard Depardieu's case, he's resurfaced on TV as the host and tour guide of the cooking and eating show, 'Bon Appetit: Gerard Depardieu's Europe.'
Brasserie Des Sources Bellerose, 6.5% ABV, 330ml bottle, available at Marks & Spencer THE Brasserie Des Sources is based in North-East France, close to the Belgian border and the present company was formed in 2010, taking over a business that was originally founded by actor Gerard Depardieu and others in 1997.
France is likely to become a Disneyland for foreigners, populated by imbeciles making wine and stinky cheese for tourists - French actor Gerard Depardieu I swear to god, if I was intentionally going to flash any part of my body to the nation, it would not have been my thighs - they're like uncooked Cumberland sausages left on the sideboard - Helen Skelton, BBC TV sports reporter A peacocking manchild - Former Great British Bake-finalist Ruby Tandoh criticises Paul Hollywood over his to stay on the show as it to Channel 4.
ROME: Larger-than-life actor Gerard Depardieu said his homeland France is becoming a playground for foreigners "populated by imbeciles making ...
Prescindible y sin embargo capaz de despertar el interes o el morbo por observar una ocasion mas a ese fenomeno actoral y mediatico llamado Gerard Depardieu.