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Longer titles found: Molière Award for Best Actor (view), Molière Award for Best Actress (view), Molière Award for Best Director (view), Molière Award for Best Supporting Actor (view), Molière Award for Best Supporting Actress (view)

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throughout the world. In 2001, the French version won the prestigious Molière Award for stage comedy of the year. Other plays include The Bellbird and The
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Molière, Marivaux, Corneille and Ionesco. He received the prestigious Molière award for best supporting actor in 2003. The deep-voiced actor dubbed Marlon
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Espace 44 in Nantes. His next play, The Visitor, won three prizes at the Molière Award Ceremony in 1994. It was then that he decided to devote himself entirely
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translator and theater director. He has been nominated ten times for the Molière award (France's Tony Award) - six times as Best Playwright and four times
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- Achados e Perdidos 2013 - Quando Eu Era Vivo 2014 - Alemão 1985 - Molière Award, best drama actor for Cyrano de Bergerac. 1988 - Rio Cine Festival,
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Conservatoire International de Musique de Paris. He was nominated for the Molière award in 2010 (Best musical play: Diva à Sarcelles, written and directed by
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d'Atelier, Paris, featuring French film star Irène Jacob and won a Molière award for best new show. An album of the songs from the show sold 3,000 copies
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At The Bottom Of The Sea – First Threnody). 2010 : Nominated for a Molière Award, in the category "Jeune Public" (Family Entertainment), with the show