from a family Of artists, René Marie Murat Auberjonois was born on June 1, 1940, in Manhattan. With barely six years old, he decided to become an actor. Today we said goodbye to him after over 220 appearances in film, television and video games.
A popular face
In 1969, Auberjonois won a Tony award for the role of the wizard Sebastian Baye in the Broadway musical ‘Coco’ starring Katharine Hepburn. Shortly after, in the 1970s, Auberjonois became a popular face to play the Father Mulcahy in the classic Robert Altman, ‘M * A * S * H‘, which later became an even more popular television series about a medical unit, unconventional during the Korean War. With Altman again in ‘The freeloaders’, or ‘flying is for the birds’.
The decade of the seventies was very busy for Auberjonois. ‘King Kong‘ John Guillermin, ‘Hindenburg’ or ‘The eyes of Laura Mars’ were some of his most important titles. Can some fans of ‘Entanglement’ remember him as Clayton Runnymede Endicott III from ‘Benson’, the spin-off of ABC starring a butler played by Robert Guillaume.
But his golden moment would come in the 90’s through ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘, where she played Odo in 173 episodes, leading eight of them. Among many more, put her voice to titles in the world of video game as popular as ‘Uncharted 3: Drake’s deception‘ or ‘Fallout: New Vegas‘.
“I Am all those characters, and I love that,” said Auberjonois in an interview in 2011 to the official website of Star Trek. he Was 79 years old. Since then, we are going a titan.
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December 10, 2019
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