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Dominique Pinon (born 4 March 1955; Saumur, France) is a French actor whose most famous roles have been in the films of Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Jean-Jacques Beineix. In the theatre, he has appeared in the plays of Gildas Bourdet, Jorge Lavelli and Valère Novarina. He has also appeared in three films by British horror director Johannes Roberts, the last of these being When Evil Calls (2006), the world's first horror series for mobile phones.
He received the Molière Award for Best Actor in 2004.
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