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Jean-Claude Dreyfus (born February 18, 1946, Paris) is a French actor. He began his career in film acting in 1973 in the film Comment réussir quand on est con et pleurnichard. Dreyfus is notable for his portrayal of a butcher in the black comedy Delicatessen by Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet. He collaborated again with Jeunet and actor Dominique Pinon in the films The City of Lost Children and A Very Long Engagement.
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|Fitzcarraldo||Opera singer (uncredited)||1982|
|Delicatessen||Clapet (the butcher)||1991|
|Son of Gascogne||Marco Garciano||1995|
|The City of Lost Children||Marcello||1995|
|Tiré à part||1997|
|Two Brothers||Eugène Normandin||2004|
|A Very Long Engagement||Commandant Lavrouye||2004|