Marie Émile Eugène André Joly
November 9, 1903
|Died||May 8, 1998 94) (aged|
|Resting place||Miribel Cemetery, Miribel, Ain|
|Other names||Jacques Joly|
|Children||Pierre Joly dit Dumesnil|
Jacques Dumesnil (born Marie Émile Eugène André Joly; November 9, 1903 – May 8, 1998) was a French film and television actor.
Jacques Dumesnil was born as Marie Émile Eugène André Joly on November 9, 1903 in Paris, France. Before becoming an actor, he received training as a mechanical engineer. After starting as a secretary at the aviation school, he became an industrial designer, a profession he left to devote himself to the theater.
He adopted the pseudonym Dumesnil because of the admiration he had to French actor Camille Dumény. 
He started out as a fanciful singer in a café located in Paris Place de l'Hôtel de Ville, he was paid in sandwiches and glasses of beer.
Dumesnil started on stage in 1927 and divided his career between theater and cinema. Having spent two years at the Comédie-Française, he played among other things in Les Tontons flingueurs and provided the French voice of Charlie Chaplin in Monsieur Verdoux (1947) and A King in New York (1957).
His role as Duke of Plessis-Vaudreuil in the television series Au plaisir de Dieu, earned him a resurgence of popularity and the 7 d'Or for best actor.
Jacques Dumesnil had a son, Pierre Joly dit Dumesnil, who was a French swimming champion and participated in the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. 
Dumesnil died on May 8, 1998 in Bron, Rhône. He was buried three days later in the Miribel Cemetery in Miribel, Ain, the town where his sister Odette Joly had been a teacher and where he had chosen to study. install at the end of its life. Since then, a rue de Miribel has also been called “rue Jacques-Dumesnil”.
|1932||Mon amant l'assassin||Bondizi|
|1933||Rivaux de la piste||Banz|
|1933||The Ironmaster||Le duc Gaston de Bligny|
|1934||La belle de nuit||Jean Fournier|
|1934||Three Sailors||Stephen Warren|
|1934||Le Roi des Champs-Élysées||Un gangster|
|1935||Un homme de trop à bord||Clay|
|1935||Lucrezia Borgia||Giannino Sforza, Duke of Milano|
|1936||Bach the Detective||Stefani|
|1937||Wells in Flames||Garcia|
|1937||Le coeur dispose||Le baron Houzier|
|1938||Rail Pirates||André Rolland|
|1938||Return at Dawn||Dick Farmer aka 'Keith'|
|1939||Behind the Facade||Albert Durant, le jouer de poker|
|1939||Yamilé sous les cèdres||Osman Hel Hussein|
|1940||The Man from Niger||Le lieutenant Jacques Parent|
|1940||L'Empreinte du dieu||Gomar|
|1942||Le mariage de Chiffon||Max de Bray|
|1942||Twisted Mistress||Guy Carbonnel|
|1943||Les ailes blanches||Gérard Clairval|
|1943||Pierre and Jean||Le docteur Henri Marchat|
|1944||Sowing the Wind||Le sculpteur Bruno Horp|
|1944||Le bal des passants||Claude Amadieu|
|1944||Night Shift||Pierre Jansen|
|1945||La Grande Meute||Côme de Lambrefaut|
|1945||Father Serge||Le prince Stéphane|
|1947||La dernière chevauchée||André Valérian|
|1947||Les trafiquants de la mer||L'inspecteur principal Gardy|
|1949||56 Rue Pigalle||Jean Vigneron|
|1949||The Farm of Seven Sins||Paul-Louis Courier|
|1950||Julie de Carneilhan||Léon de Carneilhan|
|1951||Anna||Il professor Ferri|
|1954||The Count of Bragelonne||d'Artagnan|
|1955||Napoleon||Le maréchal Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte|
|1956||If Paris Were Told to Us||Richelieu|
|1956||Plucking the Daisy||General Dumont|
|1956||Mitsou ou Comment l'esprit vient aux filles||Eugène|
|1957||The Seventh Commandment||Gilbert Odet|
|1958||Life Together||Le professeur Henri Girane|
|1958||La p... sentimentale||Pierre Berger|
|1960||La tricheuse||Le docteur Armand Merville|
|1961||Famous Love Affairs||Maître Hans - le bourreau||(segment "Agnès Bernauer")|
|1961||¿Pena de muerte?||Padre de Pablo|
|1962||First Criminal Brigade||Commissar Masson|
|1962||Dossier 1413||Docteur Pira|
|1962||La planque||Garnier - le directeur|
|1963||Les Tontons flingueurs||Louis le Mexicain|
|1964||Que personne ne sorte||Le directeur de la police|
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