A friend of French writer Louis Ferdinand Celine, he was sentenced in absentia after the Liberation for collaboration with the Nazis during World War II. He died in Argentina.
Paris, France 1946: Sentenced to ten years imprisonment with hard labour for his open collaboration with the enemy and its anti-Semitic propaganda on Radio Paris.
He has an entry in Jean Tulard's Dictionnaire du Cinéma/Les Acteurs published in Paris in 2007 by Robert Laffont/Bouquins (ISBN: 978-2-221-10895-6), page 688. 2 biographies have been written about him.