Bruno Putzulu

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Bruno Putzulu
Bruno Putzulu Cabourg 2014.jpg
Bruno Putzulu at the 2014 Cabourg Film Festival
Born (1967-05-24) 24 May 1967 (age 50)
Toutainville, Eure, France
Occupation Actor
Years active 1994–present

Bruno Putzulu (born 24 May 1967) is a French actor, born in Toutainville.

Life and career[edit]

Born to a Sardinian father, Bruno Putzulu was born and raised in Toutainville, Haute-Normandie. Although he liked football, he chose an acting career. He entered the CNSAD in 1990 and the Comédie-Française from 1994 to 2003, where he found his friend of University of Rouen, Philippe Torreton.

Torreton recommended him to Bertrand Tavernier, who hired him for his 1995 film L'Appât, which revealed him to the general public.

His strong personality led him to be dismissed by the Comédie-Française in 2002. In 2003, he played in Monsieur N. by Antoine de Caunes alongside Philippe Torreton.


Feature films[edit]

Short films[edit]

  • 1996 : Nord pour mémoire, avant de le perdre by Isabelle Ingold and Viviane Perelmuter
  • 1998 : Le Réceptionniste by Ivan Calbérac
  • 2000 : Guedin by Frédy Busso

TV films[edit]

  • 1997 : La Famille Sapajou by Élisabeth Rappeneau
  • 1999 : Georges Dandin by Bernard Stora
  • 2002 : La Tranchée des espoirs by Jean-Louis Lorenzi
  • 2003 : La Place de l'autre by Roberto Garzelli
  • 2004 : Le Temps meurtrier by Philippe Monnier
  • 2006 : Un amour de fantôme by Arnaud Sélignac
  • 2006 : Chez Maupassant : Deux amis by Gérard Jourd'hui
  • 2007 : Le Diable en embuscade by Jean-Pierre Mocky


  • Césars 1996 : Nominated in the category "best new actor" for Les Aveux de l'innocent by Jean-Pierre Améris
  • Césars 1999 : César in the category "best new actor" for Petits Désordres amoureux by Olivier Péray

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