Beaubrun, Theodore

Born: Dec 26, 1918 AD
Died: 1998 AD, at 79 years of age.

Nationality: Haitian
Categories: Actors, Comedians

1918 - Born on December 26th in Port-Au-Prince. Theodore Beaubrun, Haiti's most famous comic actor, journalist, dramatist, teacher, and satirist.

1938 - He composed a decent sketch: Languichatte Avocat.

1941 - Used radio, as a medium for his comical sketches with Jean Faublas, and Georges Karaha.

1942-1943 - He has written many pieces as: Coup sur Coup, La maison de Baca, Ti Zoute.

1944 - He founded Rasoir Magazine.

1954 - Served as director of National Theater of Port-Au-Prince.

1982 - He was the father figure of a televised series entitled Languichatte xx siecle with Azibe, Man Toute, and Melanie.

         - He was especially remembered for his television series "Languichatte in the 20th Century," in which he gently mocked social-climbing pretentiousness.

1998 - Died of Parkinson's disease on June 30th. He was 79.
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