1897 - 1989
The actor Noël-Noël was born as Lucien Noël in Paris. He first worked for a bank before he entered an artistic career as a caricaturist. Finally he became a chansonnier and shortly afterwards he conquered the big screen.
Especially funny roles helped him to gain enormous popularity.
When he impersonated the figure of Adémaï in the movie "Adémaï aviateur" (33) this marked the breakthrough of his career. It followed two sequels with "Adémaï au moyen âge" (35) and "Adémaï band it d'honneur" (43). The figure of Adémaï - a clumsy soldier - came from his cabaret time, which came into being for the stage in 1926.
In the 40's followed other well-known productions like "Sur le plancer des vaches" (40), "La femme que j'ai le plus aimée" (42), "La cage aux rossignols" (45), "Le père tranquille" (46) and "Retour à la vie" (49).
The following two decades brought his last cinematical works to light.
He played demanding roles in "Les sept péchés capitaux" (52),
"Les carnets du Major Thompson" (55), "A pied, à cheval et en voiture"
(57), "Le septième ciel" (58), "Les vieux de la vieille" (60) and
Other movies with Noël-Noël: