Jacques B. Brunius Net Worth

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Jacques B. Brunius Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Jacques B. Brunius, French actor, director and writer, was born Jacques Henri Cottance in Paris on September 16, 1906, died Exeter, Devon (UK), on April 24, 1967. He was cremated in Sidmouth, with a tribute by Mesens.Assistant director to Luis Buñuel on L'Âge d'or, he appeared in more than 30 movies, using several alternate names: Jacques Borel, J.B. Brunius, Jacques-Bernard Brunius, Jacques Brunius, Brunius, J.B.Brunius. He acted in many of the early, more political, movies of his friend Jean Renoir. He married French-English actress Cecile Chevreau in 1951. Their son Richard was born in 1956.Member of the surrealist group in France and then in England, with his friend E.L.T. Mesens, Conroy Maddox, Ithell Colquhoun, Simon Watson Taylor and Roland Penrose. Brunius attacked Toni del Renzio, who was married to Colquhoun and who was attempting to reanimate an inactive English group in 1942–3. Brunius' countersigned the tract Idolatry and Confusion, which condemned and mocked del Renzio unjustifiably. In reality, Mesens feared a takeover of the group leadership by del Renzio.He never missed an opportunity to defend surrealism, and participated in many a radio show. In 1959, he undertook a vigorous defense of the poetic valor of nursery rhymes.The text was published by John Lyle in Transforma(c)tion n°7 under the title Language and lore of children.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthSeptember 16, 1906, Paris, France
DiedApril 24, 1967, Exeter, United Kingdom
Place Of BirthParis, France
ProfessionActor, Director, Miscellaneous Crew
SpouseCecile Chevreau (m. 1951)
ChildrenRichard Brunius
Star SignVirgo
1Real name Cottance. Studied at the Ecole Aeronautique et d'Automobile, but left before graduation to pursue a career in the cinema as a critic, technician, actor, and director. Became assistant to directors René Clair and Jean Renoir. Turned to acting. Latterly resident in Britain, longtime employee of the BBC. Also general correspondent for the French literary revue Fontaine, contributor of articles on cinema to La Revue du Cinéma and L'Ecran français. Member of surrealist groups in both France and in England.
2Was committed to the ideal of making literature available across national and linguistic boundaries.
3Worked for Michel Saint-Denis during World War Two broadcasting on the BBC from London as one of the voices of the Free French.
4Novelist and actor


Return from the Ashes19651st Detective (as Jacques Brunius)
Le chant du monde1965as Jacques Borel
The Yellow Rolls-Royce1964Duc de d'Angouleme (England) (uncredited)
Loss of Innocence1961Monsieur Joubert
BBC Sunday-Night Play1961TV Mini-SeriesFerdie Legrange
The Four Just Men1960TV SeriesMayor
Charlesworth1959TV SeriesInspector Theriault
Charlesworth at Large1958TV SeriesInsp. Theriault
Orders to Kill1958Cmndt. Morand (as Jacques Brunius)
The Golden Egg1958TV MovieDr. Wenster
Dangerous Exile1957De Chassagne (uncredited)
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre1955-1957TV SeriesDoctor / Pierre Chassaigne
True as a Turtle1957Monsieur Charbonnier
Triple Deception1956Lessage
Wicked as They Come1956Inspector Caron (as Jacques Brunius)
Barbie1955TV SeriesMr. Morrisot
The Cockleshell Heroes1955French Fisherman (as Jacques Brunius)
Bobby in France1955TV SeriesMonsieur Leblanc
Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion1955TV SeriesPakka
To Paris with Love1955Monsieur Marconne
Forbidden Cargo1954Det. Pierre Valance
Laughing Anne1953Frenchie
Always a Bride1953Inspector (as Jacques Brunius)
Sea Devils1953Fouche (as Jacques Brunius)
The Golden Mask1953Kress (as Jacques Brunius)
Affair in Monte Carlo1952Concierge, Pension Lisa (as Jacques Brunius)
To the Rescue1952ShortMr. Black
The Lavender Hill Mob1951Customs Official (as Jacques Brunius)
Une fille à croquer1951as Jacques Borel
El sueño de Andalucía1951uncredited
The Wooden Horse1950André (as Jacques Brunius)
L'héritier des Mondésir1940Le médecin (uncredited)
La bête humaine1938Un garçon de ferme (uncredited)
Le schpountz1938L'accessoiriste (as Borel)
Le temps des cerises1938Le petit-fils du directeur (as Brunius)
A Day in the Country1936ShortRodolphe (as Jacques Borel)
The Crime of Monsieur Lange1936Mr. Baigneur (as J.B. Brunius)
L'hôtel du libre échange1934Le monsieur du train
L'affaire est dans le sac1932Adrien, le client au béret (as J.B.Brunius)
L'Age d'Or1930Passer-by in the Street (uncredited)


Love and the Frenchwoman1960English commentary
The Wooden Horse1950french advisor - uncredited
The Spider and the Fly1949french advisor - as Jacques Brunius
Le dernier tournant1939story editor - as J.B. Brunius
A Day in the Country1936Short administrator - as Brunius
A Severa1931production assistant - as Bernard Brunius


The Blakes Slept Here1953Short as Jacques Brunius
Brief City1952Documentary short as Jacques Brunius
The Changing Face of Europe1951Documentary segment "3 "Somewhere to Live"
Violons d'Ingres1939Short
La vie est à nous1936Documentary


Le Cinéma Français1961TV Mini-Series narrative script
The Blakes Slept Here1953Short script - as Jacques Brunius
Violons d'Ingres1939Short writer
La vie est à nous1936Documentary
A Severa1931uncredited

Assistant Director

L'Age d'Or1930assistant director - as Brunius
Le requin1930assistant director
Le chauffeur de Mademoiselle1928assistant director


French Communique1940Documentary short
Violons d'Ingres1939Short
La vie est à nous1936Documentary

Production Manager

Ernest le rebelle1938unit production manager - as Borel


Mon frère Jacques1961TV Movie documentaryHimself
Le Cinéma Français1961TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Presenter
The Changing Face of Europe1951DocumentaryNarrator
La vie est à nous1936DocumentaryLe président du conseil d'administration

Archive Footage

Renoir at Work2015Documentary shortRodolphe / Himself
The Road to 'A Day in the Country'2015Documentary shortHimself
Un tournage à la campagne1994Documentary

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