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Robin Renucci (born 11 July 1956, in Le Creusot, Saône-et-Loire)is a French film and television actor and film director.
+ [(Credit Bonheur)] (1996) : Paul Choquet
|Since 2009||Un village français||drama||Daniel Larcher||television series||1996||Maigret in Finland||drama||Prof. Jean Duclos||television series|
|1998||La femme d'un seul homme||television film|
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