CANNES film FESTIVAL 2016 69EME FESTIVAL MARCHES JULIETA PEDRO ALMODOVAR, GUY BEDOS By Nina Siahpoush-Royoux
Guy Bedos, who died on the 28th of may last, was released in 2015 a book of which the title is strangely echoed in the disease, neuro-degenerative which it was reached.
Thursday, may 28, 2020, Nicolas Bedos announced with emotion on his account of Instagram that his father Guy Bedos has made his last breath at the age of 85 years. From his side, on the same day, in an article published in The nouvel obs, the journalist Jérôme Garcin revealed that the famous comedian was affected by Alzheimer’s disease. According to his words, Guy Bedos “no longer acknowledged his own, nor he himself”, so he did not cry last may 24, the death of his dear friend, Jeau-Loup Dabadie.
September 9, 2015, the actor came out with a new book titled” I’ll remember everything – Diary of a mélancomique editions Fayard. In this latter, autobiographical, Guy Bedos told of his past, his meetings, his stories of love, raised his children, his experience of the scene, but also the politics of the day. The least we can say is that this title is somewhat surprising, since, in summary, Guy Bedos is described as a “suicidal, that lingers”, the shared “between the life that reassures him and the death that seduces”. It is now legitimate to ask if the actor, known for his black humour, had decided to leave a last written record of his passage on earth, thus making it a foot from nose to his own illness.
A disease is accomplished through the use of humour
In 2013, Guy Bedos was saying farewell to the audience during a show at the Olympia. With his straight-talking as usual, he had given the reason for which he had to work. “Damn, I have a hole, it is for this reason that I stop !”, he explained, before laughing of his disease, proving that only humor will have the last word : “Alzheimer’s, it has three advantages : there are no bad memories, no one sees that new heads and… it has no bad memories !”
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Semi-Exclusive – Guy Bedos and his son, Nicolas Bedos – After-party of the film ‘Mr Mrs Adelman” the Rasputin in Paris, on December 19, 2016.
Guy Bedos and Jean-Loup Dabadie – Presentation of the film “An elephant that misleads enormously” during the Light Festival 2016 in Lyon. On October 10, 2016
Guy Bedos, Jean-Paul Belmondo – “The feast at Guy Bedos” – an Evening of tribute to Guy Bedos at Theatre 140 in Brussels, a theatre where Guy Bedos has made his debut and he was particularly fond of. Belgium, Brussels, 18 June 2016
Muriel Robin and her partner Anne Le Nen, Guy Bedos – premiere of the film “The invitation” at the cinema UGC George V in Paris, 17 October 2016.
Exclusive – Special Price – Guy Bedos – Belgium pays tribute to Guy Bedos at theatre 140, where he began his career as an artist. An evening was organized in the framework of the Brussels Film Festival in the presence of friends and artists – Brussels, 18 June 2016
Exclusive – Guy Bedos leaves the recording of the show “C à vous” in Paris on January 5, 2017. (no web – No Blog for switzerland and Belgium)
Guy Bedos, his wife, Joe and his son, Nicolas Bedos at the premiere of the film “Mr. Mrs. Andelman” at the cinema Elysées Biarritz in Paris, France, march 6, 2017.
Guy Bedos and Pierre Richard at the premiere of the film “A profile for two” at the cinema UGC Normandie in Paris, France, on march 27, 2017.
Guy Bedos and his son, Nicolas Bedos – 29th ceremony of the Molieres 2017 at the Folies Bergère in Paris on may 29, 2017.
Daniel Lauclair and Guy Bedos during the funeral of Jean Rochefort in the church of Saint-Thomas d’aquin in Paris, on October 13, 2017.