Born Joseph Holgado in the waning days of World War II, Ticky Holgado is not only a favorite of Claude Lelouch, who has worked with him in two previous films -- Hommes, Femmes: Mode d'Emploi and Les Miserables (1995) -- but famed director Jean Pierre Jeunet, who cast him in Amelie as well as The City of Lost Children and Delicatessen.
Holgado's other credits include Bertrand Blier's Les Acteurs, Eduard Molinaro's Le Souper, Claude Berri's Uranus, Patrice Leconte's The Hairdresser's Husband, and Yves Robert's My Mother's Castle.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
Ticky Holgado Facts
|June 24, 1944
|Date of death
|January 22, 2004 (Paris, France, age 59)
|A Very Long Engagement
|Jean De Florette / Manon of the Spring
|The City of Lost Children
|And Now, Ladies & Gentlemen
|And Now Ladies & Gentlemen
|Manon of the Spring