Jean-Paul Belmondo (April 9, 1933 - September 6, 2021) was a French actor, one of the most famous French action films stars of the 1960s-1980s. Belmondo (Bébel, as he was known in France) started his screen career in late 1950s. His first leading role was in 1958 drama film Les Copains du dimanche, and he got a major success after Consider All Risks and Breathless. After a stroke in 2001, Belmondo rarely appeared on the screen. His last notable work was a 2009 film A Man and His Dog. Belmondo passed away in September 6, 2021, aged 88.
Among Belmondo's awards are the title of the Commander of the Ordre national du Mérite (1994), the Commander of the Légion d'honneur (2007), César Award for Itinerary of a Spoiled Child (1989), the Career Achievement award of Los Angeles Film Critics Association (2010), La Palme d’Or d’Honneur of the Cannes Film Festival (2011), and the Golden Lion Honorary Award of the Venice Film Festival (2016).
Jean-Paul Belmondo can be seen using the following weapons in the following films: