|Born|| September 11, 1954|
Blida, Alger, France
|Occupation|| Actor, Voice Actor, Director|
Frédéric Pieretti (born September 11, 1954 in Blida, Alger, France; now Algeria) is a French director, producer, actor, editor and translator. Pieretti provided the voice of Leo and Captain Custer in the French dub of Bomber X. He also served as secondary voice double for Éric Legrand as Cyril.
A student to Philippe Brigaud at the Cours Simon, he made his cinema debut in Let's Get Those English Girls, directed by Michel Lang, in 1975, and the theater during a tour with Christian Marin and Denise Grey. His career was interrupted by military service performed in the Navy. On his return he resumed his activities and began primarily dubbing, an activity he practiced regularly until the early 1990s.
A Reserve Officer of the Navy, he also began to work with the Film and Photographic Establishment of Hosts (ECPAD) as well as audiovisual services of the Force and the Navy, for many documentaries and reports. Some of them led him to accompany the French forces in operations in Africa as well as Kurdistan Iraq, in the former Yugoslavia and Haiti, among others.
He is also a translator, under various pseudonyms, several American and English popular fiction and, under his name, memories of Harry Carey, Jr., one of his favorite actors and John Ford: The Hero of the Company.
- Let's Get Those English Girls (1975) as David
- Southern Comfort (1981) as Tyrone Cribbs (T. K. Carter)
- Fame (1982) as Bruno Martelli (Lee Curreri)
- Bomber X (1982) as Leo and Captain Custer
- Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel (1983) as Bouffetout
- Sword of Gideon (1986) as Hans (Robert Joy)