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Pierre Desproges

Pierre Desproges

Pierre Desproges


Pierre Desproges (May 9, 1939 - April 18, 1988) was a French humorist. He was born in Pantin, Seine-Saint-Denis. According to his own acknowledgment, he claimed no significant achievements before the age of 30. From 1967 to 1970, he worked as a life insurances salesman, opinion pool investigator, lonely hearts columnist, horse racing forecaster, and sales manager of an expanded polystyrene beam compagny. He worked six years for the journal l'Aurore, from 1970 to 1976. Read more on Last.fm
Pierre Desproges (May 9, 1939 - April 18, 1988) was a French humorist. He was born in Pantin, Seine-Saint-Denis. According to his own acknowledgment, he claimed no significant achievements before the age of 30. From 1967 to 1970, he worked as a life insurances salesman, opinion pool investigator, lonely hearts columnist, horse racing forecaster, and sales manager of an expanded polystyrene beam compagny. He worked six years for the journal l'Aurore, from 1970 to 1976. Starting in 1975, he was "journalist" for Le petit rapporteur, a TV emission with Jacques Martin.

He caught the public attention with "unconventional" interviews of celebrities among them are novelists [artistFrançoise Sagan or Jean-Edern Hallier. He appeared for the first time at the Olympia during a Thierry Le Luron show. He became very famous, among others, for his Chroniques de la haine ordinaire, a radio emission in 1986. In 1980, he appeared on the daily radio emission Le tribunal des flagrants délires. In this comic programme that lasted more than two years, he had the role of a prosecutor in charge of the accusation of an invited celebrity. In 1982, he created on TV La minute nécessaire de Monsieur Cyclopède. In this short emission, he was a sort of omniscient professor and answered primordial questions such as : “How to make King Louis XVI fireproof ?", demonstrated that Beethoven was not "deaf" but "stupid" and explained why the unprobable encounter between the "Venus de Milo" and the "Petit Prince de Saint Exupéry" happened to be a fiasco. In 1984, he had his first one man show at the Théâtre Fontaine.

In 1986, his second one man show Pierre Desproges se donne en spectacle was presented at the Théâtre Grévin. He died in 1988 from a lung's cancer. He is buried in the Cemetery of Père Lachaise in Paris. From Wikipedia Quotes * All in the life is a matter of choice, that starts with nipple or tit, that ends in the oak or the pine. * The goal of the modern man on earth is obviously to run in all the directions, in order to be able to say proudly, at the hour of its death: "I did not waste my time". * Heroism is the only way of becoming famous when one does not have a talent. * One should not despair of the imbeciles. With a little drive, one can sometimes make soldiers of them. * In our edition of yesterday, a light technical error made us print the poisonous fungus names under the photographs of edible mushrooms, and vice versa. Our surviving readers will have rectified themselves. * Male ducks have the sharp and shimmering plumage that the musketeers have with the hat to affirm their virility.

Ducks have the gray tern feather duster which the caretakers have in the staircase to underline their feminity. * Every morning, I bring the coffee to my wife in bed. She just has to grind it. * Bigamy is when one has two women, monotony is when one has only one of them. * Born a little prematurely in a factory from Wouhan, in popular China, the baby of a worker received the charming first name of "Flower-blossom-on-the-corner-of-the-workbench-thanks-to-the-efforts-of-comrade-foreman". IN FRENCH: Wikipedia Official Page Quote Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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