Dermit, Édouard

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Dermit was the adopted son and heir of French author and film director Jean Cocteau (1889-1963). He acted in three of his father's films: Orphée, Les Enfants Terribles and Testament of Orpheus. In 1965 he finished the chapel to Notre Dame de Jérusalem which Cocteau had designed for the town of Fréjus. He was later an antiques valuer and expert working in Paris. Like Cocteau, Dermit was gay.

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