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Prix Jean Gabin

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Prix Jean Gabin

The Prix Jean Gabin was a French award presented each year between 1981 and 2006 to a young and upcoming actor working in the French film industry.

The award was created on the initiative of

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  1. ^ "Le prix Jean Gabin n'existe plus".  


Year Recipient(s)
1981 Thierry Lhermitte
1982 Gérard Lanvin
1983 Gérard Darmon
1984 François Cluzet
1985 Christophe Malavoy
1986 Tchéky Karyo
1987 Jean-Hugues Anglade
1988 Thierry Frémont
1989 Vincent Lindon
1990 Lambert Wilson
1991 Fabrice Luchini
1992 Vincent Pérez
1993 Olivier Martinez
1994 Manuel Blanc
1995 Mathieu Kassovitz
1996 Guillaume Depardieu
1997 Yvan Attal
1998 Vincent Elbaz
1999 Samuel Le Bihan
2000 Guillaume Canet
2001 José Garcia
2002 Benoît Poelvoorde
2003 Johnny Hallyday
2004 Lorànt Deutsch
2005 Clovis Cornillac
2006 Jérémie Renier


The counterpart of Prix Jean Gabin, the Prix Romy Schneider, is awarded to an actress each year in Paris since 1984.


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