Marcel Marceau    (March 22, 1923, Strasbourg, France-September 22, 2007, Paris, France). French mime. Born Marcel Mangel.

Marcel Marceau (March 22, 1923, Strasbourg, France-September 22, 2007, Paris, France). French mime. Born Marcel Mangel.

El Rey del Silencio - Marcel Marceau -El arte del mimo es el grito desgarrado del alma.

El Rey del Silencio - Marcel Marceau -El arte del mimo es el grito desgarrado del alma.

Marcel Marceau. S) I loved Mimes ! Are they a lost art now ? I think so.

Marcel Marceau. S) I loved Mimes ! Are they a lost art now ? I think so.

Marcel Marceau, 84, (1923 - 2007) For 50 years, he acted out the entire spectrum of human emotions, touring tirelessly with his mime character, Bip. A French Jew, he escaped deportation and worked in the French Resistance. He said Charlie Chaplin was his greatest influence. He also was famously chatty offstage. "Never get a mime talking; he won't stop," he once said. Of his chosen art, he said: "Do not the most moving moments of our lives find us without words?"

Marcel Marceau, 84, (1923 - 2007) For 50 years, he acted out the entire spectrum of human emotions, touring tirelessly with his mime character, Bip. A French Jew, he escaped deportation and worked in the French Resistance. He said Charlie Chaplin was his greatest influence. He also was famously chatty offstage. "Never get a mime talking; he won't stop," he once said. Of his chosen art, he said: "Do not the most moving moments of our lives find us without words?"

French mime artist, Marcel Marceau, 1988. "Music and silence combine strongly because music is done with silence, and silence is full of music."

French mime artist, Marcel Marceau, 1988. "Music and silence combine strongly because music is done with silence, and silence is full of music."

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