Georges Aminel (Jacques Maline)

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Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine, France
Born Jacques Maline (Aminel being an anagram of his second name), Geroges Aminel was born to a Parisian mother and a father from Martinique. Being biracial would prove a never-ending problem for someone who aspired to become a great name of the theatre. Georges Aminel started his career very early, at the tender age of 19, as a dumb Polynesian in a 1941 play titled 'Faux Jour'. But all he got for years were minor ethnic roles such an old Negro, an Arab, a Jew, a fanatic native ..., which left him dissatisfied. Read more...