Jean Topart est un acteur français né le 13 avril 1922 à Paris et mort le 29 décembre 2012 au Port-Marly (Yvelines). Il fut membre de la troupe du TNP de Jean Vilar dans les années 1950-1960.

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  • Jean Topart est un acteur français né le 13 avril 1922 à Paris et mort le 29 décembre 2012 au Port-Marly (Yvelines). Il fut membre de la troupe du TNP de Jean Vilar dans les années 1950-1960. Il a joué de nombreux rôles au théâtre, ainsi que dans plusieurs grandes fictions de la télévision française : il est Le Bret aux côtés de Daniel Sorano dans le fameux Cyrano de Bergerac de Claude Barma à Noël 1960, Sir Williams dans le feuilleton Rocambole de Jean-Pierre Decourt (1964-1965) et Émile Zola dans Émile Zola ou la Conscience humaine, de Stellio Lorenzi (1978). Son timbre et son élocution en font également une des voix les plus singulières de la télévision et de la radio françaises.
  • Jean Topart (April 13, 1922 – December 29, 2012) was a French actor and voice actor. He was considered one of the best known voices on French television for decades. In addition to providing the voices and narration for television series and animated films, Topart often dubbed American and other foreign films into French.Topart was born in Paris, on April 13, 1922. His sister, actress Lise Topart, died in a plane crash in Nice, France, on March 3, 1952.In 1973, Topart starred in the French science fiction animated film, Fantastic Planet, which was directed by René Laloux. Best known for his voice work, Topart co-starred in the 1981 Franco-Japanese animated television series, Ulysses 31, and The Mysterious Cities of Gold in 1982. He narrated the 2000 French animated series, Argai: The Prophecy.Topart was cast in the version French version of numerous foreign language films, including DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp for Disney in 1990. He was cast as narrator for the French-language release of the 2002 Walt Disney Animation Studios film, Treasure Planet, known as La Planète au trésor, un nouvel univers in French. Topart also dubbed the French-language voices for many foreign live-action films, including The Elephant Man in 1980, Birdy in 1984, and Amadeus in 1984.Outside of animation, Topart was a member of the Théâtre national populaire (TNP), a French theater troupe, from 1950 to 1960 before entering film and television. His live-action film credits included Angélique, Marquise des Anges by Bernard Borderie in 1964 and Claude Chabrol's Chicken with Vinegar in 1985. His last on-screen film was the 2000 comedy, Les Acteurs, directed by Bertrand Blier.Topart died in Le Port-Marly, Yvelines department, France, on December 29, 2012, at the age of 90. He was survived by his two daughters and five grandchildren. French Minister of Culture Aurélie Filippetti released a statement following Topart's death calling him, "one of the inimitable voices of French cinema."
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  • Jean Topart (April 13, 1922 – December 29, 2012) was a French actor and voice actor. He was considered one of the best known voices on French television for decades. In addition to providing the voices and narration for television series and animated films, Topart often dubbed American and other foreign films into French.Topart was born in Paris, on April 13, 1922.
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