Hugo Becker (actor)
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13 May 1987 |
Metz, Lorraine, France
Hugo Becker (born 13 May 1987) is an actor, born in Metz, France, close to the German border. He is known for his role as Prince Louis Grimaldi in the television adaption of Gossip Girl on the The CW.
After graduating from both French and English drama schools (Conservatory of Dramatic Art; Royal Academy of Dramatic Art). Hugo was awarded Young Cannes Talent in 2010. From 2010 to 2011, he appeared in films such as L'Assaut, La Proie and La Croisière. He also appeared in the French police drama series R.I.S, police scientifique and Julie Lescaut.
In 2010, Becker made his American television debut portraying Louis Grimaldi, Prince of Monaco, pretending to be a driver, in the fourth season of Gossip Girl shooting two episodes in Paris. He then reprised his role shooting twenty episodes overall, this time in New York.
Becker starred opposite Greta Gerwig and Adam Brody in the Whit Stillman-directed 2011 comedy film Damsels in Distress. The film closed the 68th Venice International Film Festival and was selected at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.
In 2014, Becker will star as soccer superstar Isaac Dreyfuss, implicated in a terrorist case, in two episodes of the BBC One crime series Silent Witness starring Emilia Fox. In September 2013, he was cast in the France 2 series Chefs, which is set to premiere in 2014.
|2010||La mariée n'est pas qu'une marchande de frites||Guillaume||Short film|
|2011||Proie, LaLa Proie||Drunk hitchhiker|
|2011||Croisière, LaLa Croisière||Young trader|
|2011||Damsels in Distress||Xavier|
|2012||Ma première fois||Antoine|
|2010–2012||Gossip Girl||Louis Grimaldi||18 episodes|
|2011||Julie Lescaut||Thierry Bouvier||Episode "La mariée du Pont Neuf"|
|2011||R.I.S, police scientifique||Emmanuel||Episode: "Requiem assassin"|
|2014||Silent Witness||Isaac Dreyfuss||2 episodes|
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