Rémy Julienne

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Rémy Julienne (17 April 1930 – 21 January 2021) was a French stuntman, racecar driver and actor. He was a rallycross champion and 1956 French motorcross champion. He was born in Cepoy, France. He appeared in over 1,400 movies.[1] He was known for being the stuntman on The Italian Job,[2] The Da Vinci Code and six James Bond movies.

Julienne died on 21 January 2021 in France from COVID-19, aged 90.[3][4]

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  1. "Rémy Julienne, 84 ans, cascadeur aux 1400 films et compère inoubliable de Jean-Paul Belmondo". RTBF Info (in French). September 30, 2017. Retrieved October 22, 2020.
  2. Mullen-BP, Enda (October 18, 2019). "Plaque to mark where The Italian Job was filmed in Stoke Aldermoor". CoventryLive. Retrieved October 22, 2020.
  3. Rémy Julienne, l'as des as de la cascade, est mort du Covid-19 à 90 ans (in French)
  4. 'James Bond' stuntman Remy Julienne dies from coronavirus