Alain Delon young
November 8, 1935
5 ft 10 in | 177 cm
75 kg | 165 pounds
41 in | 104 cm
10 US | 43.5 EU
34.5 in | 88 cm
Alain Delon was born in Sceaux, Paris, France, on November 8, 1935, is an French actor. Young Alain Delon made his big screen debut in movie Send a Woman When the Devil Fails (1957). Delon's breakthrough performance came as Franz Lobheiner in drama romance film Christine (1958) opposite Romy Schneider. He achieved rose to international fame for his role as Julien Fenal in French-Italian movie Women Are Weak (1959).
He made his Hollywood debut in comedy drama film The Yellow Rolls Royce (1964) with Ingrid Bergman and Shirley Maclaine. He made his stage debut in play Tis Pity She's a Whore with Romy Schneider in Paris (1961).
Red Sun (1971) Western with Toshiro Mifune, Charles Bronson and Ursula Andress
Rocco and His Brothers (1960) drama crime with Claudia Cardinale
Purple Noon (1960) drama crime in role as Tom Ripley
The Leopard (1963) epic period drama opposite Burt Lancaster and Claudia Cardinale
Le Samouraï (1967) neo-noir crime with Nathalie Delon
Lost Command (1966) drama action with Anthony Quinn and Claudia Cardinale
The Last Adventure (1967) drama adventure in role as Manu Borelli
Mr. Klein (1976) drama mystery with Jeanne Moreau
Zorro (1975) action swashbuckler in role as Zorro
Joy House (1964) drama thriller opposite Jane Fonda
Once a Thief (1965) drama crime opposite Ann-Margret and Jack Palance
Texas Across the River (1966) comedy western with Dean Martin
Is Paris Burning? (1966) epic historical war with Kirk Douglas and Jean‑Paul Belmondo
Alain was one of the biggest stars in Japan.
He starred in six Hollywood movies.
He was engaged to actress Romy Schneider (1959-1963).
Good friends with Argentine world champion boxer Carlos Monzon, actor Jean-Claude Brialy and actress Brigitte Bardot.
Received the "Legion d'Honneur" in 1991.
Lives in Chêne-Bougeries, Geneva, Switzerland.
In love, we have to dare everything if we really love.
I knew everything and received everything. But real happiness, is giving.
I am not a star. I am an actor. I have been fighting for years to make people forget that I am just a pretty boy with a beautiful face. It's a hard fight, but I will win it. I want the public to realize that above all I am an actor, a very professional one who loves every minute of being in front of the camera.
I have the worst possible character and am constantly hurting people, especially those who love me most. I learned very young that no one's going to tolerate me. I either charm people or they detest me.