Daniel Emilfork (Daniel Emilfork)

Daniel Emilfork

Actor. He was born in Chile. At the age of 25 he left his homeland and settled in France because he suffered problems over his open homosexuality. There he became a prolific and beloved character actor, appearing in over 100 films. He worked with such noted directors as Fellini, George Cukor and Jean Pierre Jeunet. His many credits include “Futures Vedettes” (1955), “Notre Dame de Paris” (1956), “What’s New Pussycat?” (1965), “Travels with My Aunt” (1972), Fellini’s “Casanova” (1976), “Who is Killing The Great Chefs of Europe” (1978), “Deux Heures Moins le Quart Avant Jesus-Christ” (1972), Roman Polanski’s “Pirates” (1986) “Taxandria” (1994) and “The City of Lost Children” (1995). He died in Paris. (bio by: JosĂ© L BernabĂ© Tronchoni)


  • April, 07, 1924


  • October, 10, 2006


  • Cremated

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