intimate ceremony with Marianne and Nadine, united

Leah Bitton


The funeral of Jean-Louis Trintignant, who died on June 17, took place on Wednesday morning at the Pont de Justice cemetery in Nîmes.

It is in the greatest intimacy that Jean-Louis Trintignant was buried. The funeral of the French actor, who died on June 17 at the age of 91, took place on Wednesday morning at the Pont de Justice cemetery in Nîmes, in the south of France. According to information from “Midi Libre”, several personalities came to surround Marianne Hoepfner, the actor’s widow, such as Claude Lelouch, Charles Berling, Marc Lavoine and journalist Claude Sérillon. His ex-wife and mother of his three children, Nadine Trintignant, was also present. Also according to the daily, musicians were gathered at the foot of a large cypress for the ceremony.

In images, in pictures : Jean Louis Trintignant in the Paris Match photo archives

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The actor of “And God … created woman” and “Love” died “peacefully, of old age, this morning, at his home, in the Gard, surrounded by his loved ones”, his wife said in a press release. Entered the history of cinema with “A man and a woman” by Claude Lelouch, where he played a racing driver in love with Anouk Aimée, he won an interpretation prize at Cannes for “Z” by Costa Gavras in 1969 and a César for best actor for “Amour” (2012) by Michael Haneke, a film awarded a Palme d’or.

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Find our tribute in number 3816, on sale from Tuesday in Ile-de-France and Wednesday throughout France.