Definition of Marcel marceau
1. Noun. French mime famous for his sad-faced clown (born in 1923).
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Literary usage of Marcel marceau
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1. What Happened Today? by Jill Norris, Sharon Rosenberger (2001)
"Happy Birthday, marcel marceau! Born in France, Mr. Marceau loved to pantomime. As an adult he entertained audiences as a mime. » What is pantomime? ..."
2. Prague by Bernd F. Gruschwitz (2001)
"Director here is Ladislav Fialka. whose brand of pantomime has now become a classic, placing him alongside marcel marceau and Samy Molcho in the ranks of ..."
3. Matthæi Parisiensis: Monachi Santi Albani, Chronica Majora by Matthew Paris, Roger, Henry Richards Luard (1883)
"... Marcel (Marceau), St., riots at, between the students of the University of Paris and the citizens, iii. 166. , the prior of, lays ;i complaint before ..."