On Saturday, July 17, 2010, Bernard Giraudeau died of cancer at the age of 63. What will be his 75th birthday, a friend of his paid tribute to him on Twitter.
That was twelve years ago … Saturday, July 17, 2010 Bernard Giraudio 63 years old. In 2000, cancer forced the actor to have his left kidney removed. Suffering from lung metastasis five years later, he was forced to slow down his activity. After devoting part of his time to helping patients by supporting the Institute Curie and the Institute Gustav-Rousseau, He breathed his last at Georges-Pompido Hospital. On Saturday, June 18, 2022, Bernard Giraudeau will be 75 years old. On this occasion, his friend, actor Daniel Russo shared a picture on Twitter. In the caption, he writes: “Happy birthday my friend !!!“Touched, one user answered:”What a wonderful actor. He’s missing a lot … Thank you Daniel for this nice thought!“
A few months before his death, Bernard Giroud spoke of his illness in a column Release. He then admitted:We’ll see how things develop (…) The problem is that heavy chemo treatment can take some distance from your life. So we think: if we have to live with this attitude …After assuring him that he no longer wanted surgery, the actor explained: “Trouble is tiring, very tiring. After a while, it lets you … do nothing more. You live it. The most painful thing is fatigue. Even talking takes effort. Eating requires a lot of effort every day. Not throwing, not losing weight, everything is tiring. Fatigue, can’t do anything.“
Gail Giraudeau: “My father’s serious problem has calmed him down a lot.”
During this interview, Bernard Giraudeau unveiled what helped him on a daily basis. “Meditate, rest, and then surround me. My wife, my children who are so cute … You realize that there is little left in your life …“, He revealed. Shortly after his death, an interview was given Paris matchHis son, Gail Giraudev, declared: “My father’s serious problem has calmed him down a lot, they have opened him up to others. The disease allows him to clarify certain points of his existence. (…) It was a wonderful time to survive.“