Didier Bezace

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Didier Bezace
Born (1946-02-10) 10 February 1946 (age 71)
Paris, France
Occupation Actor
Years active 1976 – present

Didier Bezace (born 10 February 1946) is a French actor.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Theatre student at the International Dramatic University Centre in Nancy, Didier Bezace received lessons from Bernard Drot, Jean-Marie Patte, Gilles Sandier, María Casares and Henri Gourbion.

Co-founder with Jean-Louis Benoît and Jacques Nichet of the theatre of l'Aquarium-Cartoucherie de Vincennes, he participated in all the shows that the company produced as author, stager and actor. Didier Bezace is the director of the théâtre de La Commune in Aubervilliers since 1997 and continues to act in cinema and television.

2005 works[edit]

He staged works by Georges Feydeau, Emmanuel Bove, Molière - for The School for Wives which opened the Festival d'Avignon at the place of honour in July 2001.

His settings of scene are not only part of the theatrical genre. For example, La Femme changée en renard by David Garnett, Pereira prétend by Antonio Tabucchi...

In cinema, he has worked with Claude Miller (La Petite Voleuse), Bertrand Tavernier, Jeanne Labrune, Anne Théron, Valérie Guignabodet, Claude Zidi and Rémi Bezançon.

In television, he can be seen in Les Thibault, Sissi and recently in Mon fils d'ailleurs.

He has also been in the film Le Pressentiment, working with Jean-Pierre Darroussin based on the novel by Emmanuel Bove (Released in October 2006).

2006 pieces at the Théâtre de La Commune Objet perdu: 3 short pieces from memory, crying, recital, violin by Daniel Keene, Festival of here and now by Daniel Keene.

2006-2007 season[edit]

Themes of 'Mothers' with La Maman bohême based on Médée by Dario Fo and Franca Rame and May by Hanif Kureishi




  1. ^ Willis, John; Monush, Barry (2002-04-01). Screen World 2001. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 270. ISBN 978-1-55783-479-9. Retrieved 6 April 2011.