Celebrated French stuntman Rémy Julienne dies of Covid-19

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Rémy Julienne, one of the world's most celebrated stuntmen, who worked on six James Bond films and doubled for stars Sean Connery and Roger Moore, as well as for top French actors including Yves Montand, Alain Delon and Jean-Paul Belmondo, has died in a French hospital at the age of 90 from complications due to Covid-19.

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One of France's leading stuntmen, Rémy Julienne, who worked on several James Bond films, has died from Covid-19 aged 90, friends and family said Friday, reports FRANCE 24.