Bernard Tapie

  1. Aldo Maccione, L’Aventure, c’est l’aventure (US: Money, Money, Money), France, 1972.        The US title was perfect for him…! The would-be singer tested and withdrew – insecure about acting. Twenty-three years later, realisateur Claude Lelouch decided to use the by now charismatic and discredited ex-tycoon and former French government minister – “a mix of Gabin, Raimu and Belmondo” – in his film, Hommes, femmes; mode d’emploi. Once he got out of jail.


 Usual occupation: Tycoon, Politician, ConvictBirth year: Death year: Other name: Casting Calls:  1