Bernard Verley

Bernard Verley was an actor who made a successful career for himself in film. Verley's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as the comedic fantasy "The Milky Way" (1970) with Laurent Terzieff, "Chloe in the Afternoon" (1972) and "Le Feu Aux Levres" (1973). He also appeared in the Jean-Claude Brialy experimental "Le Fantome de la Liberte" (1974) and "Les Mal Partis" (1975) with France Dougnac. In the nineties, Verley devoted his time to various credits, such as "3000 Scenarios contre un virus" (1994), "Loose Screws" (1994) and "Rosine" (1994) starring Eloise Charretier. He also worked on "Six Days, Six Nights" with Anne Parillaud (1994). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in "Les Terres froides" (1999), "The Colour of Lies" (1999) with Sandrine Bonnaire and the Catherine Frot comedy "La Dilettante" (1999). He also appeared in "Lucie Aubrac" (1999) and the Clement Sibony comedic drama "L' Envol" (2000). Verley most recently acted in "Un autre vie" (2014).