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Rufus (born 19 December 1942; Riom, Puy-de-Dôme) is the stage name of French actor Jacques Narcy. He is best known by the international film audience for his performance as Raphaël, the father of Amélie Poulain in Amélie (2001). He has appeared in numerous French TV series and productions, including most of the films directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. He had the lead role in the movie Train de vie (1998), an award-winning tragicomedy about the Holocaust.

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Rufus (born 19 December 1942; Riom, Puy-de-Dôme) is the stage name of French actor Jacques Narcy. He is best known by the international film audience for his performance as Raphaël, the father of Amélie Poulain in Amélie (2001). He has appeared in numerous French TV series and productions, including most of the films directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. He had the lead role in the movie Train de vie (1998), an award-winning tragicomedy about the Holocaust.

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Personal Info

Gender Male

Known Credits 62

Birthday 1942-12-19

Place of Birth Riom, Puy-de-Dôme, France

Official Site http://www.rufus.fr/

Also Known As

  • Rufus Narcy
  • Monsieur Rufus

Acting TV ShowsMovies

2017 Broers as Emile
2017 Vive la crise ! as Lucien
2017 Chacun sa Vie as Le chauffeur de taxi
2016 The African Doctor as Jean
2015 Winter Song as Concierge
2014 Salaud, on t'aime as Le Ruf
2014 La déesse aux cent bras as Le Dantec
2013 Marius as Piquoiseau
2013 Pas très normales activités as Levantour
2011 Je m'appelle Bernadette as Monseigneur Forcade
2011 Les Insomniaques as Le commissaire
2011 Crédit pour tous as Pistille
2009 King Guillaume as Roi Cyril John Delagny
2007 It Had to be You as le père de Thomas
2007 His Majesty Minor as Rectus
2006 La volière aux enfants as The Bishop
2006 Les vauriens
2006 Qui m'aime me suive as Jean-Pierre
2006 Les Irréductibles as Edmond
2006 Les Aiguilles rouges as Marullaz
2006 Du jour au lendemain as Cremer
2004 A Very Long Engagement as Un Breton
2004 The Great Role as Monsieur Silberman
2004 Madame Edouard as Valdès, l'homme à l'oiseau
2003 Saint-Germain ou La négociation as M. de Biron
2003 Les Contes de l'horloge magique
2003 Comme si de rien n'était
2003 That Day as Hubus
2001 Amélie as Raphaël Poulain
1998 Train of Life as Mordechai
1998 Le Radeau de la Méduse as Harmonica
1998 Let There Be Light! as Dieu le chauffeur de Harper
1998 Let There Be Light! as Dieu l'infirmière
1997 Love, Math and Sex as Un spectateur au cinéma
1996 Tendre Piège
1995 The City of Lost Children as Peeler
1995 Les Miserables as Thénardier 1830 / 1990
1991 Delicatessen as Robert Kube
1990 L'Autrichienne as L'abbé Girard
1989 En attendant Godot as Vladimir
1986 What Every Frenchwoman Wants as Le moine
1983 Side Roads
1979 Zoo zéro as Yves, le chauffeur ventriloque
1978 Chaussette surprise as Antoine
1978 La part du feu
1977 March or Die as Sgt. Triand
1976 The Tenant as Georges Badar
1976 Jonah Who Will Be 25 in the Year 2000 as Mathieu
1975 La adúltera as Lucien (as Rufus Narcy)
1975 Le chant du départ
1975 Trop c'est trop as Gendarme
1975 Lily aime-moi as Claude
1975 Au long de rivière Fango as Jérémie
1975 Mariage as Henri
1973 Valparaiso, Valparaiso as Un méchant
1972 Les Camisards as Jacques Combassous
1971 Laisse aller... c'est une valse as Mister Ferglough, le prof d'anglais
1971 Fantasia chez les ploucs as Wesson
1971 The Wedding Ring as L'éleveur de pigeons
1970 Scene of the Crime(1 episode) as Hacker
1970 The Cop as Raymond Aulnay
1969 Les Patates as Larobesse
1900 Mon père, il m'a sauvé la vie as Grinval

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