Yvan Attal

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Yvan Attal
Yvan Attal 2009.jpg
Born (1965-01-04) 4 January 1965 (age 49)
Tel Aviv, Israel
Occupation Actor/Director
Years active 1989–present

Yvan Attal (born 4 January 1965) is an Israeli-born French actor and director.

Life and career[edit]

Born in Tel Aviv to French-Algerian Jewish parents,[1] he grew up in the outskirts of Paris. His acting debut was in Éric Rochant's Un monde sans pitié (1989), which earned him a César Award for Most Promising Actor. His first feature film as director was Ma femme est une actrice (2001), which co-starred Charlotte Gainsbourg, daughter of Serge Gainsbourg and Attal's real-life partner. They have three children: son Ben (born 1997) and daughters Alice (born 2002), and Joe (born 2011).[2][3]

He also directed a couple of segments in the film New York, I Love You.

He also acted in The Interpreter and Anthony Zimmer, and in Rush Hour 3 he played a French cab driver named George.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Director Notes
1989 Un monde sans pitié Halpern Éric Rochant César Award for Most Promising Actor
Acteurs à l'Écran - Michel Simon's Award
1991 Cauchemar Blanc (Short) Mathieu Kassovitz
Mauvais fille Vincent Régis Franc
Aux yeux du monde Bruno Fournier Éric Rochant
1992 Amoureuse Paul Jacques Doillon
Love After Love Romain Diane Kurys
1994 The Patriots Ariel Brenner Éric Rochant
1996 Delphine 1, Yvan 0 a man Dominique Farrugia
Portraits chinois Yves Martine Dugowson
Love, etc. Benoît Marion Vernoux
1997 I Got a Woman (Short) Arnaud Yvan Attal Alpe d'Huez International Comedy Film Festival - Best Short Film
Saraka bô Taïeb Denis Amar
1998 Alissa Luc Kaufmann Didier Goldschmidt
Cantique de la racaille Gaston Vincent Ravalec
1999 Mes amis Eric Michel Hazanavicius
With or Without You Benoit Michael Winterbottom
The Criminal Mason Julian Simpson
2000 Le prof Hippolyte Alexandre Jardin
2001 My Wife Is an Actress Yvan Yvan Attal Cabourg Romantic Film Festival - Best Director
Nominated - César Award for Best Debut
2002 And Now... Ladies and Gentlemen David Claude Lelouch
At Dawning (Short) Falling Man Martin Jones
2003 It's Easier for a Camel... Man in park Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
Bon Voyage Raoul Jean-Paul Rappeneau Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actor
2004 Happily Ever After Vincent Yvan Attal
Un petit jeu sans conséquence Bruno Bernard Rapp
2005 The Interpreter Philippe Sydney Pollack
Anthony Zimmer François Taillandier Jérôme Salle
Somewhere (Short) Simon Emmanuel Murat
Munich Tony (Andreas' Friend) Steven Spielberg
2006 The Serpent Vincent Mandel Eric Barbier
2007 Le candidat Michel Dedieu Niels Arestrup
Rush Hour 3 George Brett Ratner
2008 La traque (TV Movie) Serge Klarsfeld Laurent Jaoui
Orange Juice (Short) Philippe Ronan Moucheboeuf
2009 Je suis venu pour elle Max Ivan Taieb
The Ball of the Actresses Himself Maïwenn
Leaving Samuel Catherine Corsini
Les regrets Mathieu Liévin Cédric Kahn
Rapt Stanislas Graff Lucas Belvaux Nominated - César Award for Best Actor
2011 Dans la tourmente Max Christophe Ruggia
R.I.F. Stephane Monnereau Franck Mancuso
2012 One Night Pierre Morvand Lucas Belvaux
Do Not Disturb Ben Azuelos Yvan Attal
2013 Délicate gravité (Short) Paul Philippe Andre
2014 Le Dernier Diamant Simon Carrerra Éric Barbier
Son épouse Joseph de Rosa Michel Spinosa

Dubbing[edit]

(French version)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yvan Attal. www.mostra.org Retrieved on 2011-10-20.
  2. ^ (French) Yvan Attal bio : biographie de Yvan Attal – Gala. Gala.fr (2010-11-09). Retrieved on 2011-07-04.
  3. ^ Le Parisien (22.07.2011)

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