Jean-Claude Drouot was born in 1938 in Belgium. He has had a very profilic stage career. His movies include “The Devil’s Tricks” in 1965, “Laughter in the Dark” with Nicol Williamsom in 1969 and “The Light at the Edge of the World” with Kirk Douglas, Samantha Eggar and Yul Brynner in 1971. In 1982 he starred in the mini-series “The Year of the French” as General Humbert.
Jean-Claude Drouot was born on December 17, 1938 in Lessines, Belgium as Jean-Claude Constant Nestor Gustave Drouot. He is an actor, known for Thierry la Fronde (1963), Le Bonheur (1965) and Nicholas and Alexandra (1971). He has been married to Claire Drouot since 1960. They have two children.