Aurélien Wiik

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Aurélien Wiik
Aurélien Wiik Cannes.jpg
Aurélien Wiik at Cannes Festival
Born (1980-09-24) 24 September 1980 (age 36)
Luc-sur-Mer, France
Occupation Actor, Film director, Screenwriter
Years active 1994–present

Aurélien Wiik (born 24 September 1980) is a French actor and filmmaker. He is the son of a Norwegian father and of the French actress Françoise Deldick.

Life and career[edit]

Acting career[edit]

He made his cinematic acting debut at the age of twelve, playing Antoine in the 1994 film Cache cash, directed by Claude Pinoteau. In 1997, he played "Pierrot" in Roger Hanin's film Soleil, starring Sophia Loren, Philippe Noiret and Marianne Sägebrecht. In 2004, he played Jean Lupin in Arsène Lupin, starring Romain Duris and Kristin Scott Thomas. In 2005, he appeared in four films, including: À travers la forêt, directed by Jean-Paul Civeyrac, and Tu vas rire, mais je te quitte, directed by Philippe Harel. In 2006, he was in Sans Elle, directed by Jean Beaudin.

Directing career[edit]

He made his directorial debut in 2005 with Rue des vertus.[1]

Theatre[edit]

In 2005, he was in a play entitled L'Autre, directed by Florian Zeller and staged at the famous Théâtre des Mathurins of Paris. He played the role of Clément Sibony. His debut stage role was in a 1994 production of Henri de Montherlant's play La Ville dont le prince est un enfant, at the Théâtre Hébertot of Paris.

Filmography[edit]

  • 2015 : Our Futures (2015) (director: Rémi Bezançon), Saria
  • 2010 : Djinns (2010) (directors: Hugues Martin and Sandra Martin), Vincent
  • 2009 : Des illusions (director: Etienne Faure), Florent
  • 2009 : A Man and His Dog (director: Francis Huster), Leïla's colleague
  • 2008 : La tangente (director: Vincent Vesco)
  • 2008 : Secret défense (director: Philippe Haim), Jérémy
  • 2008 : Frontière(s) (director: Xavier Gens), Alex
  • 2007 : Mise à nu (director: Jérémy Halkin)
  • 2005 : À travers la forêt (director: Jean-Paul Civeyrac), Renaud/Hippolyte
  • 2005 : Au petit matin (director: Xavier Gens)
  • 2005 : Sans elle... (director: Anna da Palma), Johnny
  • 2005 : Tu vas rire mais je te quitte (director: Philippe Harel), Thierry
  • 2004 : Amazon Forever (director: Jean-Pierre Dutilleux), Nicolas
  • 2004 : Arsène Lupin (director: Jean-Paul Salomé), Jean Lupin
  • 2004 : Tout le plaisir est pour moi (director: Isabelle Broué), Raoul
  • 2004 : Ce qu'ils imaginent (director: Anne Théron), Santiago
  • 2003 : Sem Ela (director: Anna da Palma), Johnny Vieira
  • 2002 : Les frères Hélias (director: Frédy Busso), Nico
  • 2002 : La Bande du drugstore (director: François Armanet), Marc Bensoussan
  • 2002 : Parlez-moi d'amour (director: Sophie Marceau), William
  • 2002 : A l'abri des regards indiscrets, the playboy #2
  • 2001 : Chaos (director: Coline Serreau), Fabrice
  • 2000 : In extremis (director: Étienne Faure), Vincent
  • 2000 : Carla (director: Dramane Sangare), le chauffeur
  • 1999 : Belle Maman (director: Gabriel Aghion)
  • 1999 : Sous-sols (director: Jérôme Le Maire), Ben
  • 1997 : Soleil (director: Roger Hanin), Pierrot
  • 1994 : Cache cash (director: Claude Pinoteau), Antoine
  • 1993 : Arène (director: Nicolas Cuche)

Television[edit]

He has as many television as film credits to his name. In 2000, he appeared in the first episode of Scénarios sur la drogue. In 1996, he was in the second episode of Season 5 for Julie Lescaut. In 1995, he played thirteen-year-old Benjamin in Season 1 of La Rivière Espérance.

Further reading[edit]

  • Interview with Aurélien Wiik by Philippe Escalier for the magazine Je Paris, issue dated 1 November 2003

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rue des Vertus at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ "Les Rois maudits: Casting de la saison 1" (in French). AlloCiné. 2005. Archived from the original on 19 December 2014. Retrieved 25 July 2015. 

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