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Grégory Fitoussi at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival in 2013.
13 August 1976 |
Grégory Fitoussi (born 13 August 1976) is a French actor. His brother Mikaël Fitoussi is also an actor.
He also appeared in État de Grâce, a television series broadcast on France 2, in which he played the gynecologist of Grâce, the president of France. Later, he played Maître Vidal, the lawyer of Marie Besnard (played by Muriel Robin), in the French docudrama Marie Besnard, l'empoisonneuse.
Fitoussi had one of the lead roles in the French crime series Engrenages, known in English as Spiral. In that series, he played the acting prosecutor, Pierre Clément, alongside Caroline Proust as the Chief Inspector of Police.
He has been appearing in the UK series, Mr Selfridge as Henri Leclair since 2013.
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