Robert Seller

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Robert Seller
Born(1889-08-01)1 August 1889
Paris, France
Died17 August 1967(1967-08-17) (aged 78)
Fréjus, France
Years active1930–1963

Robert Seller (1889–1967) was a French stage and film actor. [1]


Also known by his surname, Seller began his film career in 1931 in Maurice de Canonge's film, Olive se marie. He had parts in many films and plays by Sacha Guitry, including Deburau, Tu m'as sauvé la vie, Le Trésor de Cantenac and Toâ.

Selected filmography

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  1. Crisp p.156