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Michael Sarrazin
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    (May 22, 1940-April 17, 2011)
    Born in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
    Birth name was Jacques Michel Andre Sarrazin
    Appeared in the films ‘The Flim-Flam Man’ (1967), ‘They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?’ (1969), ‘Sometimes a Great Notion’ (1970), ‘Harry in Your Pocket’ (1973), ‘Frankenstein: The True Story’ (1973), ‘For Pete’s Sake’ (1974), ‘The Reincarnation of Peter Proud’ (1975), ‘The Gumball Rally’ (1976), ‘Caravans’ (1978), ‘Deadly Companion’ (1980), ‘Fighting Back’ (1982), ‘La Florida’ (1993), ‘The Peacekeeper’ (1997) and ‘Feardotcom’ (2002)
    He attended eight schools before dropping out.
    He fathered two children out of wedlock.
    He described his $300-a-week contract with Universal Studios as being ‘virtually indentured.’
    The Guardian noted about his 1980s and 90s films, ‘Few rose above the mediocre.’
    He had soulful eyes.
    He was the original choice for Joe Buck in ‘Midnight Cowboy,’ but Universal refused to lend him out; the part went to Jon Voight, who earned an Oscar nomination.
    He said, ‘I don’t want a zillion dollars. I don’t want to be a carbon-copy star.’

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