Héloise Goy, with Mélanie Faure 10:43 a.m., January 18, 2022

Emblematic voice of Nestor in The Adventures of Tintin, Michel Ruhl died at the age of 87.

The dubbing star leaves an extraordinary legacy in the world of the 7th art and series, having lent his voice to characters in Dragon Ball Super, Game of Thrones, Stargate or The Walking Dead. 

He has lent his voice to dozens of characters.

Michel Ruhl died at the age of 87.

He was known for dubbing the character of Nestor in

The Adventures of Tintin

in the 90s, Captain Haddock's butler at the Château de Moulinsart.

We can also hear Michel Ruhl in 

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

,

 Dragon Ball Super

 of which he was the narrator, or more recently in

The Walking Dead

and

 Game of Thrones

, where he dubbed the character of Pycell.

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Born in 1934, Michel Ruhl began his career as an actor in the theater in Paris in the early 1950s, before lending his voice to many characters on the big and small screen.

A role alongside Alain Delon

Michel Ruhl also performed in front of the camera.

On the film side, he appeared in

 The Toy 

with Pierre Richard or 

Mort d'un pourri

 with Alain Delon and 

Les Reeds sauvage

by André Téchiné (1994).

He also played Jacques Chirac in the 2007 TV movie

Les

Prédateurs

 by Lucas Belvaux.

Dark Knight Rises

,

X-Men: The Beginning

or even 

Transformers

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