Robert André Louis Pizany
26 April 1896
|Died||17 June 1965 69) (aged|
|Occupation(s)||Stage and film actor|
Robert Pizani (26 April 1896 – 17 June 1965) was a French stage and film actor whose 45-year career encompassed leading roles in numerous plays, revues and operettas as well as dozens of films.     
Pizani's roles in operetta and musical theatre include: 
Pizani's film roles include: 
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