BORN 15 Nov 1746, Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône - DIED 10 Oct 1809, Sandillon (near Orléans)|
REAL NAME Gourgaud, Jean-Henri
GRAVE LOCATION Paris: Père Lachaise, Rue du Repos 16 (division 11, 5e ligne, X, 20)
Jean-Henri Gourgaud was known under his stage name Dugazon. He
debuted in 1770 at the Comédie Française and became a sociétaire
there in 1772. In 1776 he married Rose Lefebvre, but the marriage
broke down soon afterwards, allthough continued working together
He supported the French Revolution and also the falling apart of the Comédie Française. He went to the Théâtre de la République together with the actor Talma. After this theatre was closed he worked for the Théâtre Feydeau. In 1799 he joined the new Comédie Française. He also worked as a professor at the conservatory. At the time of his death he was mentally ill.
Wife: Dugazon, Rose (1776-)
was teacher to Talma, François Joseph
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Gabrielli, Domenico, Dictionnaire Historique du Père-Lachaise, XVIIIe-XIXe siècles, Éditions de l'Amateur, Les, Paris, 2002