Pierre Paul Vermoyal
18 October 1888
|Died||28 September 1925 36) (aged|
Pierre Paul Vermoyal (18 October 1888 – 28 September 1925) was a French stage and film actor.
Born in Braye-en-Laonnois, Aisne, Picardy, he began his career on the stages of the Grand Guignol theatre in the Quartier Pigalle area of Paris in the 1910s. His first known film appearance was in the 1916 Maurice Mariaud directed short film Le roi de l'étain, produced by Pathé Frères.He would go on to appear in a number of films during the 1910s directed by Mariaud, Abel Gance, Jean Manoussi and Robert Boudrioz, among others.
In 1922 he appeared in the Charles Burguet directed serial film The Mysteries of Paris as Maître Ferrand. The film serial ran in twelve installments and was based on the novel of the same name by Eugène Sue. Other prominent film roles of the era include appearances in the Léonce Perret directed Koenigsmark (1923), starring Maurice Lehmann and Huguette Duflos; the Edward José directed Terreur (1924), opposite American actress Pearl White; and the American film The Arab (1924), directed by Rex Ingram and starring Ramon Novarro and Alice Terry.His final film appearance was in the 1925 Benito Perojo directed Au-delà de la mort (also known as Plus loin que la mort and Pour l’amour de son frère.)
Paul Vermoyal died on 28 September 1925 at age 36 in Amélie-les-Bains-Palalda, France.
|1916||Le Roi de l'étain|
|1917||Le droit à la vie||Pierre Veryal|
|1917||The Torture of Silence (French release title: Mater dolorosa)||Jean Dormis|
|1917||Les mouettes||Jean Kervil|
|1917||The Zone of Death (French: La Zone de la mort)||Zésine|
|1919||La sultane de l'amour||Sultan Malik|
|1921||La nuit du 13||Jean Renez|
|1922||La nuit du 11 septembre||Ivan Goubine|
|1922||The Mysteries of Paris (French: Les mystères de Paris)||Maître Ferrand - le notaire||Serial|
|1923||Le costaud des Épinettes||Doizeau|
|1924||La cible||James Wood|
|1924||Au-delà de la mort||Burner||(final film role)|
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