Michel Robin (Dies At 90) Biography: Wiki, Age, Career, Death Cause

Who is Michel Robin? Michel Robin Bio/Wiki

Michel Robin was a film, stage, and television actor from France. A member of the Comédie-Française since 1996, he has starred from 1966 to 2018 in 120 films. He was born on 13 November 1930 in Reims, France.

This Wednesday, Michel Robin died of the effects of Covid-19.


He was 90 years old.



From the 1950s, Molière, Shakespeare, or even Beckett played on the Parisian floors. In 1990, he was awarded the Molière by Yasmina Reza for the best supporting role for The Winter Traversee.

He was then, from 1994 to 2009, a member of the Comédie-Française.

Thanks to his many appearances, he is popular at the cinema, especially in La Chèvre by Francis Veber (1981), with Gérard Depardieu or even in Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain (2001).

Michel Robin also crosses the small screen, playing in Commissioner Maigret’s inquiries or in Louis la Brocante, in particular.

On Twitter, by publishing an interview carried out in 2019, the Comédie-Française paid tribute to him.

For Yasmina Reza’s La Traversée de hiver (1989), he was awarded a Molière for best supporting role.

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Death Cause

The actor and member of the Comédie française, Michel Robin, died on Thursday 19 November 2020, one of his relatives, journalist Kamel Boudra, reported. The Comédie Française reported the news a few hours later, reporting that this death was associated with infection with Covid-19.

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