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Gaspard Ulliel
Gaspard Ulliel César 2018.jpg
Ulliel in 2018
Born
Gaspard Thomas Ulliel[1][2]

(1984-11-25)25 November 1984
Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France[2]
Died19 January 2022(2022-01-19) (aged 37)
La Tronche, Isère, France[2]
Resting placePère Lachaise Cemetery, Paris
Alma materUniversity of Saint-Denis
OccupationActor
Years active1997–2022
Partner(s)Gaëlle Pietri (2013–2020)
Children1
AwardsFull list

Gaspard Thomas Ulliel (French pronunciation: ​[ɡaspaʁ tɔma yljɛl]; 25 November 1984 – 19 January 2022) was a French actor.[2][3] He was known for having portrayed the young Hannibal Lecter in Hannibal Rising (2007), fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent in the biopic Saint Laurent (2014), and for being the face of Chanel men's fragrance Bleu de Chanel for twelve years. He also voiced Jack Frost in the French version of Rise of the Guardians (2012), and portrayed Anton Mogart in the Disney+ miniseries Moon Knight (2022).

Ulliel made his feature film debut in Brotherhood of the Wolf (2001). He was nominated for the César Award for Most Promising Actor for three consecutive years between 2003 and 2005; winning that award in 2005 for his performance as World War I soldier Manech in A Very Long Engagement (2004). In 2015, he earned his first César nomination for Best Actor for his performance in Saint Laurent. In 2017, he won the César Award for Best Actor for his role as a terminally ill playwright in It's Only the End of the World (2016). He became a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters in France in 2015.

His other notable works include Summer Things (2002), Strayed (2003), The Last Day (2004), Paris, je t'aime (2006), Jacquou le Croquant (2007), The Princess of Montpensier (2010), To the Ends of the World (2018), and Twice Upon a Time (2019).

Ulliel died on 19 January 2022 at the age of 37, following a skiing accident at La Rosière resort in Savoie, France.

Early life[edit]

Ulliel was born in the Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine[2][4] to Christine,[4] a stylist and runway show producer, and Serge Ulliel, a fashion designer.[5][6][7] Ulliel was an only child.[8] His great-grandfather, Raoul Ulliel (1889–1943), was a bronzesmith who distinguished himself in combat during World War I.[9] His paternal grandmother was of Italian and Spanish descent.[10]

He had a scar on his left cheek as a result of a doberman attacking him with its claws when he attempted to ride the dog like a horse at the age of six.[11] He once quipped that the scar increased his emotional acting abilities because it looked like a dimple.[12][13] His obituary in the French newspaper Libération described him as having the "most famous scar in French cinema".[14]

Ulliel attended the bilingual school École Jeannine Manuel in Paris where he learned English.[15][16][17]

Ulliel wanted to be a jazz musician and even tried playing the saxophone for a couple of years, but he quit because he thought he wasn't talented.[18] He also learned how to play the piano.[19]

He dreamed of becoming a film director and attended the University of Saint-Denis in Paris, where he studied cinema for two years until he quit to focus on his acting career.[20][21]

Career[edit]

Early work and breakthrough (1997–2003)[edit]

Ulliel began acting while he was still at school, at eleven years old, when a friend of a friend of his mother was working at an agency and was looking for young actors. She asked Ulliel if he wanted to give it a try and he said "yes", but just for fun. It was only after he turned seventeen that he really decided to continue working in this industry.[21] He left the University of Saint-Denis after two years because he was getting more offers as an actor,[21] but he still dreamed about writing and directing his own film, stating in a 2011 interview for Anthem Magazine; "I wake up every morning with this idea stuck in my mind that I want to write and direct my own film one day. As I work more and more on different sets, I see how hard it is to be a director. It's insane the amount of work and confidence that goes into it. I’m so respectful of filmmakers and I admire what they do. I hope that one day I'll find the right subject and the confidence to try it. I'm still young."[21]

He made his acting debut with a small part in one episode of Une femme en blanc, a 1997 miniseries for French television starring Sandrine Bonnaire.[22][17] He continued appearing in made-for-television films and TV series during the late 1990s and early 2000s, and then became known as a film actor in France.[23]

In 2001, Ulliel made his feature film debut with a minor role in Christophe Gans's Brotherhood of the Wolf, alongside Vincent Cassel and Monica Bellucci.[24]

In 2002, Ulliel played the role of Loic in Michel Blanc's romantic comedy-drama film Summer Things, for which he earned his first César Award nomination for Most Promising Actor,[25] as well as winning the Lumières Award for Most Promising Actor.[26]

He also performed at the drama school Cours Florent,[27] where he was discovered by director André Téchiné, who cast him in the lead role of his World War II drama film Strayed in 2003, starring opposite Emmanuelle Béart as a mysterious teenager who protects her family.[23][24] For his breakthrough performance in the film,[28] Ulliel was nominated for a César Award for Most Promising Actor,[25] and won the Étoiles d'Or for Best Male Newcomer.[29]

A Very Long Engagement, English-language films and stage debut (2004–2012)[edit]

Ulliel had his first English-speaking role in Peter Greenaway's 2004 film The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 2: Vaux to the Sea, where he played a French man named Leon.[15][30]

In 2004, he starred in Jean-Pierre Jeunet's World War I drama A Very Long Engagement, co-starring with Audrey Tautou and Marion Cotillard, and won a César Award for Most Promising Actor for his performance as soldier Manech Langonnet,[31][14] the fiancé of Mathilde, Tautou's character, who disappeared in the trenches in 1917 and whom she refuses to believe is dead and starts investigating what happened to him.[32] That same year, he also starred in Rodolphe Marconi's drama The Last Day, opposite Mélanie Laurent and Nicole Garcia.[30]

In 2005, Ulliel played Izik in Richard Dembo's World War II drama Nina's House.[30]

In 2006, he appeared in Gus Van Sant's "Le Marais" segment of the anthology film Paris, je t'aime, opposite Marianne Faithfull and Elias McConnell, in which he played Gaspard, a young gay man flirting with a male print shop worker played by McConnell.[15][33]

In 2007, Ulliel starred in the title role in the movie Hannibal Rising,[12][34] his major English-language film where he portrayed the young Hannibal Lecter.[15][23] That same year, he also played the title role in Laurent Boutonnat's historical film Jacquou le Croquant, based on the 1899 novel by Eugène Le Roy about a peasant who leads a revolt against the Count of Nansac.[35]

In 2008, he starred as François, a scientist researching black holes in the sci-fi film The Third Part of the World, directed by Eric Forestier.[30] He also starred as Joseph, the son of Isabelle Huppert's character in Rithy Panh's drama The Sea Wall, based on the 1950 novel of the same name by Marguerite Duras.[30]

In 2009, Ulliel starred opposite Jean Reno in the thriller Inside Ring (also known as Ultimate Heist), directed by Laurent Tuel.[30] He also portrayed the angel Xas in Niki Caro's English-language romantic drama film The Vintner's Luck, based on the 1998 novel The Vintner's Luck by Elizabeth Knox, in which he appeared opposite Jérémie Renier, Vera Farmiga, and Keisha Castle-Hughes.[30] That same year, he also starred as Nathanaël in Alain Tasma's drama Ultimatum, set in 1990's Israel during Gulf War.[30]

In 2010, he portrayed Henry I, Duke of Guise in Bertrand Tavernier's romance film The Princess of Montpensier, based on the 1662 novel of the same name by Madame de La Fayette.[30] In 2011, he played William in Emmanuel Mouret's comedy film The Art of Love.[30]

In 2012, Ulliel made his stage debut in Que faire de Mister Sloane?, an adaptation of English author Joe Orton's 1963 play, Entertaining Mr. Sloane, in which he played the title role and was directed by Michel Fau at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris.[36][37] That same year, he also voiced Jack Frost in the French version of the animated film Rise of the Guardians;[38] and played Balthazar, one of the four sons of Nicole Garcia's character in Brigitte Roüan's comedy film, A Greek Type of Problem.[30]

Saint Laurent and It's Only the End of the World (2014–2019)[edit]

He portrayed French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent in the 2014 biographical film Saint Laurent directed by Bertrand Bonello,[39] which earned him a Lumières Award for Best Actor[40] and nominations for the César,[25] and for the Globe de Cristal for Best Actor.[41]

In December 2014, Ulliel was a member of the jury of the Cinecoles Short Film section at the 14th Marrakech International Film Festival.[42]

In 2015, Ulliel starred as Tomas in an adaptation of Lars Norén's play Démons, directed by Marcial Di Fonzo Bo at the Théâtre du Rond-Point in Paris.[37]

In 2016, he appeared in two films: the lead role in Xavier Dolan's It's Only the End of the World as Louis, a playwright who returns home after twelve years to tell his family that he's dying, in which he starred opposite Marion Cotillard, Vincent Cassel, Léa Seydoux and Nathalie Baye;[43] and in Stéphanie Di Giusto's The Dancer, an unconventional biopic of American dancer Loie Fuller where Ulliel portrayed Count Louis Dorsay.[44]

In 2017, he was nominated for the Jury Prize for Best Actor at the Riviera International Film Festival for his role in Xavier Dolan's It's Only the End of the World alongside co-star Vincent Cassel.[citation needed] Ulliel also won his second César Award, this time for Best Actor, for his performance in the film,[25][14] and also earned second nominations for Best Actor in both the Lumières,[45] and the Globe de Cristal awards (the latter with Cassel also nominated).[46]

In 2018, he co-starred with Isabelle Huppert in Benoît Jacquot's drama Eva, adapted from the 1945 novel Eve by James Hadley Chase.[47] That same year, he voiced British poet Percy Bysshe Shelley in Le Brasier Shelley, a pictureless film in 3D sound;[48][49] portrayed French soldier Robert Tassen opposite Gérard Depardieu in Guillaume Nicloux's First Indochina War drama To the Ends of the World;[50] and also starred in F. J. Ossang's science-fiction film 9 Fingers;[30] and in Pierre Schoeller's French Revolution film, One Nation, One King, opposite Louis Garrel, Niels Schneider and Adèle Haenel.[30]

In 2019, he portrayed actor Igor Maleski in Justine Triet's comedy-drama film Sibyl;[30] and played the lead role in the Arte/Netflix's time-travel miniseries Twice Upon a Time, directed by Guillaume Nicloux, where Ulliel starred as Vincent Dauda, a man who gets delivered by mistake a mysterious wooden box that allows him to travel back in time to save his relationship with his ex-girlfriend, portrayed by Freya Mavor.[51][52]

In 2007 and 2019, Ulliel was a member of the jury of the Deauville American Film Festival in France.[53]

Last projects (2021–2022)[edit]

In January 2021, he was a member of the jury of the Gérardmer Fantasy Film Festival in France.[54] In October 2021, Ulliel appeared as plastic surgeon Danley Marchal-Widkins in Alex Lutz and Arthur Sanigou's La Vengeance au Triple Galop, a comedy TV film for France's Canal Plus (and a parody of the 1983 Australian TV series Return to Eden), opposite Marion Cotillard and Audrey Lamy.[55][56] This was Ulliel's last film to be released during his lifetime.[57]

In June 2021,[58] Ulliel finished shooting his second-to-last (and his last live-action) film, More Than Ever,[59] directed by Emily Atef, which made its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on 21 May 2022.[60]

In July 2021, Ulliel joined the cast of the Disney+ streaming superhero miniseries Moon Knight,[61][62] set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and released on 30 March 2022.[63] He portrayed the villain Anton Mogart / Midnight Man opposite Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke and May Calamawy, guest starring in the episode "The Friendly Type".[64]

Ulliel voiced the doll Scott in Bertrand Bonello's hybrid live-action and animation film Coma,[65] which had its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival where it competed in the Encounters section on 12 February 2022,[66] marking it as the first film released after Ulliel's death.[65] Bonello said on 24 December 2021 that he had just finished filming Coma,[67][68] which makes it the last film that Ulliel filmed. but Ulliel's presence in Coma was kept a secret until it was selected for the Berlin Film Festival in February 2022.[65] He was also set to collaborate for the third time with Bonello in the science-fiction film La Bête co-starring Léa Seydoux.[69] Shooting was scheduled to start in April 2022.[70]

In December 2021,[71] Ulliel started shooting Tikkoun, a Canal Plus's crime thriller miniseries about the carbon tax fraud where he would play a character inspired by French businessman Arnaud Mimran,[72] In January 2022, Ulliel was on a break from shooting Tikkoun, when he died after a skiing accident.[73] The production was directed by Xavier Giannoli, still had 84 more days of shooting and Ulliel was expected to return to the set on 24 January.[72][74] On 18 February 2022, Canal Plus confirmed to France's Le HuffPost that actor Niels Schneider will replace Ulliel in the miniseries. Ulliel and Schneider were friends and co-stars in the films One Nation, One King (2018) and Sibyl (2019).[75]

Other endeavours[edit]

In 2003, at the age of 19, Ulliel walked the runway for the first and only time for Hedi Slimane's Dior Homme Autumn/Winter 2003 fashion show entitled "Luster".[76][77]

In 2007, Ulliel appeared on the cover of the February issue of French Vogue with supermodel Doutzen Kroes.[78][79]

In 2008, Ulliel was the face of Longchamp, a French leather and luxury goods company, along with Kate Moss.[80]

Bleu de Chanel campaigns[edit]

Ulliel was announced as the face for Chanel new men's fragrance, Bleu de Chanel, on 16 February 2010,[81][82] making him Chanel's first male ambassador.[83] His first television commercial for the campaign was directed by Martin Scorsese, filmed in New York City and debuted on 25 August 2010.[84][85]

Ulliel's second commercial for Bleu de Chanel was directed by James Gray and released on 5 February 2015.[86] It was filmed in Los Angeles and featured Jimi Hendrix's cover of Bob Dylan's "All Along the Watchtower".[87]

In 2016, Ulliel became the face of Chanel's first men's watch, Monsieur de Chanel.[88]

His third commercial for Bleu de Chanel was released on 1 June 2018 and was directed by Steve McQueen. Shot in Bangkok and London, it featured Ulliel crossing the city looking for a woman while David Bowie's "Starman" plays in the background.[89][90]

In June 2020, Ulliel narrated the last episode of the "Chanel Parfumeur" series, I Am a Fragrance Trail, in both French and English.[91][92]

Ulliel was the face of Bleu de Chanel for twelve years.[93] Upon his death, Chanel released a statement on their official Instagram and Facebook accounts paying tribute to him.[94] His last campaign for the fragrance was released on 8 December 2020.[95] Chanel also paid tribute to Ulliel during their Spring/Summer 2022 Haute Couture show at Paris Fashion Week on 25 January 2022. A model dressed as a bride finished the show by holding a bouquet of camellias—Coco Chanel's favorite flower—tinted midnight blue as a nod to Ulliel and the Bleu de Chanel perfume.[96]

In the media[edit]

Ulliel's androgynous look in films such as 2003's Strayed and his performance as Yves Saint Laurent in the 2014 film Saint Laurent, turned him into a gay icon.[97][98]

In January 2007, Ulliel was included on The Washington Post's "What's In and Out for 2007" list in the "In" category.[99]

In June 2007, Ulliel was ranked No. 12 on France's Elle magazine's "15 Sexiest Men" poll.[100]

On season 4, episode 5 of Call My Agent!, Sigourney Weaver (playing herself) wants Ulliel to be cast as the male lead in her upcoming film.[101][102]

On 24 January 2022, he jumped from No. 8979 to No. 1 on IMDb's STARMeter chart based on page views following his death.[103]

Personal life[edit]

Ulliel dated French actress and singer Cécile Cassel (the younger sister of Vincent Cassel) from 2005 to 2007,[104][105][106] and Chanel's then-International VIP relations officer, Jordane Crantelle, from 2008 to 2011.[107][108] He was in a relationship with French model and singer Gaëlle Pietri from 2013 to 2020,[109] with whom he had a son who was born in January 2016.[110][111][112][113]

In 2012, Ulliel donated the coat he had worn in the 2010 Bleu de Chanel commercial to be auctioned off for the "Vestiaire Solidaire" ("Solidarity Closet") campaign in support of the French Telethon and the French Muscular Dystrophy Association (AFM).[114][115]

In July 2015, he was made a Chevalier ("Knight") of the Order of Arts and Letters in France.[116]

Death[edit]

On 18 January 2022 at around 4:00 pm, Ulliel was critically injured while skiing at the La Rosière resort in Savoie, France, when he collided with another skier at an intersection between two blue/intermediate slopes after turning left, presumably to join his friends on an adjoining slope, and suffered serious brain trauma.[117] Ulliel was airlifted by helicopter to the trauma unit of the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Grenoble Alpes in nearby La Tronche,[118][119] where he died the following day around 4:00 p.m. at the age of 37.[120][121] According to French magazine Paris Match, Ulliel arrived brain dead at the hospital.[122]

An investigation indicated that both skiers fell to the ground after the collision, and that Ulliel was motionless and unconscious when rescuers arrived.[117] The director of the La Rosière resort, Jean Regaldo, told France's BFM TV that Ulliel was not wearing a helmet when rescuers arrived.[117] Helmets are not required on French ski slopes.[117] Regaldo also said weather conditions were "perfect" at the time of the accident and that there were no rocks in the area of the collision, which he described as easily accessible.[117] The other skier, a Lithuanian man in his forties, was wearing a helmet and was not injured.[123] He told the investigators that the collision was not too violent.[123][124]

Upon hearing the Lithuanian skier and other eyewitnesses of the accident, the public prosecutor of Albertville, Anne Gaches, stated that wearing a helmet "would not necessarily have changed things", and that "it was not noted excessive speed, inappropriate behavior or fault of one of the two skiers".[123][124] Following their testimonies, the prosecutor also declared that the two skiers evolved side by side and ran into each other. "For the moment, it is difficult to say whether it was the shock or the fall that led to Mr. Ulliel's death", she said.[123][124] Gaches also stated that no autopsy would be performed on Ulliel's body.[124] The resort offered psychological support for both the Lithuanian skier, who was very shocked, and for Ulliel's relatives.[124] Ulliel was on vacation at the resort with his ex-girlfriend, Gaëlle Pietri, and their six-year-old son.[122]

On 27 January 2022, a memorial service for Ulliel was held at the Church of St. Eustache in Paris. It was attended by nearly a thousand people,[73] including his family, friends and co-stars such as Audrey Tautou,[125] Marion Cotillard, Louis Garrel, Jérémie Rénier (who also acted as a pallbearer), Isabelle Huppert, Vincent Lindon,[73] Niels Schneider, Nathalie Baye, Léa Seydoux and Vincent Cassel.[126][127] He was buried in a private ceremony at the Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.[128] The La Rosière resort also paid tribute to Ulliel by symbolically stopping the ski lifts for one minute in tribute to him at 3:58 pm, which was the time of his accident on 18 January.[129]

Tributes[edit]

Among those who paid tribute to Ulliel following his death were France's president Emmanuel Macron,[130] who described Ulliel as "an icon of French elegance who dazzled the cameras",[131] France's Prime Minister Jean Castex,[23] and France's Culture Minister Roselyne Bachelot,[23] as well as peers and collaborators such as Xavier Dolan,[23] Martin Scorsese,[23] Marion Cotillard,[132] Isabelle Huppert,[133] Juliette Binoche,[134] Chanel,[94] Disney,[23] Cannes Film Festival director Thierry Fremaux, Cannes Film Festival president Pierre Lescure,[134] Jean Dujardin,[23] Peter Webber,[134] Pierre Niney,[23] Louis Garrel,[133] André Téchiné,[135] and Bertrand Bonello.[136]

On 25 February 2022, the 47th César Awards ceremony opened with a tribute video to Ulliel featuring his last scene in the 2016 film It's Only the End of the World, and a message on the screen that read "this ceremony is dedicated to Gaspard Ulliel".[137] Later in the evening, Xavier Dolan, who directed Ulliel in It's Only the End of the World, paid a tribute to him in the form of a letter addressed to Ulliel's mother,[138] which he finished by saying, "Because a mother's love is stronger than anything. I believe it. Stronger than life. Stronger than art itself. And certainly stronger than death."[139] Dolan's speech was followed by the ceremony's "In Memoriam" segment, which also began with a tribute to Ulliel featuring scenes from the films A Very Long Engagement and Saint Laurent.[140]

On 27 February 2022, Ulliel was honored in the "In Memoriam" segment from the 28th SAG Awards ceremony, which featured his last scene in A Very Long Engagement.[141] Despite not being mentioned during the Oscars' In Memoriam segment on 27 March 2022,[142] Ulliel was included in the online memorial from the official website of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences among other artists who had died recently.[143]

On 13 April 2022, that week's episode of the Marvel Studios miniseries Moon Knight, which featured Ulliel guest starring in the role of Anton Mogart, was dedicated to his memory with a tribute in the end credits.[144] Marvel Studios also shared a tribute to Ulliel on their social media.[145]

Aftermath[edit]

Following Ulliel's death, politicians and ski professionals urged for helmets to be made obligatory on the French slopes.[146] Jean-Marc Peillex, the mayor of Saint-Gervais-les-Bains in Haute-Savoie, stated that they must impose helmet-wearing to reduce the risk of serious accidents and also reexamine on a case-by-case basis the dangerousness of different pistes and potentially reclassify their colors.[146] When asked if helmets should be made compulsory for skiing in France – like they are in other European countries – during a press conference on 20 January 2022, government spokesperson Gabriel Attal said that it was "not the moment to begin a debate around the subject."[146] It was reported that 97% of children under the age 12 do wear a helmet in France, but the National Mountain Safety Observation System noted that this percentage decreases as people get older.[146] The Canadian Medical Association Journal estimates that wearing a helmet reduces the risk of head injury by 35%.[146]

Ulliel's death caused a rise in the number of ski helmet sales in France.[147]

On 19 February 2022, Ulliel's ex-girlfriend, Gaëlle Pietri, announced that the family wanted to honor his memory by contributing to the French non-governmental organization Tara Ocean Foundation, which has the mission of raising awareness about the impact of climate change and the current ecological crisis on the oceans. Pietri said: "Gaspard was a diver, sensitive to climate issues and concerned about the protection of underwater biodiversity, he would have liked the momentum generated by his death to go to the defense of these causes that were close to his heart."[148] A special page was opened on the foundation's website in memory of Ulliel to support this cause.[149]

Filmography[edit]

Key
Not yet released Denotes works that have not yet been released

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1999 Alias Nicolas Trajet Short film [62]
2001 Brotherhood of the Wolf (Le Pacte des Loups) Louis [24]
2002 Summer Things (Embrassez qui vous voudrez) Loïc [62]
2003 Strayed (Les Égarés) Yvan [62]
2004 The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 2: Vaux to the Sea Leon [62]
A Very Long Engagement (Un long dimanche de fiançailles) Manech Langonnet [62]
The Last Day (Le Dernier jour) Simon [62]
2005 Nina's House (La Maison de Nina) Izik [62]
2006 Paris, je t'aime Gaspard In the section Le Marais (4th arrondissement of Paris) directed by Gus Van Sant [62]
2007 Jacquou le Croquant Jacquou [62]
Hannibal Rising Hannibal Lecter [62]
The Stranger (L'Inconnu) Stranger Short film [62]
2008 Souvenir (Objet Trouvé) Party guest Short film [150]
The Third Part of the World (La Troisième Partie du Monde) François [62]
The Sea Wall (Un barrage contre le Pacifique) Joseph [62]
2009 Inside Ring (aka Ultimate Heist) (Le Premier Cercle) Anton Malakian [62]
The Vintner's Luck The Angel Xas [30]
Ultimatum Nathanaël [62]
2010 The Princess of Montpensier (La Princesse de Montpensier) Henri de Guise [62]
2011 The Art of Love (L'art d'aimer) William [62]
2012 Mes amours décomposé(s) Corps Short film [62]
A Greek Type of Problem (Tu honoreras ta mère et ta mère) Balthazar [62]
Rise of the Guardians Jack Frost Animated film; French voice [151][38]
2013 The American Tetralogy French lover Short film [62]
2014 Saint Laurent Yves Saint Laurent [62]
2016 It's Only the End of the World (Juste la fin du Monde) Louis [62]
The Dancer (La Danseuse) Louis [62]
2017 Ordeal (Ordalie) Jean Short film [62]
2018 Eva Bertrand Valade [62]
To the Ends of the World (Les Confins du Monde) Robert Tassen [62]
9 Fingers (9 Doigts) The doctor [62]
Le Brasier Shelley Percy Bysshe Shelley Voice; pictureless film [49]
One Nation, One King (Un peuple et son roi) Basile [62]
2019 Sibyl Igor [62]
2022 Coma Not yet released Scott Voice; posthumous release [66]
More Than Ever (Plus que jamais) Not yet released Matthieu Posthumous release [73]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1997 Une femme en blanc 1 episode [22]
Mission protection rapprochée Olivier Rousseau 1 episode [62]
1998 Bonnes vacances Joël TV film [62]
1999 Le Refuge Quentin 1 episode [62]
La Bascule Olivier Baron TV film [62]
Juliette Nicolas Dastier TV film [62]
2000 Julien l'apprenti Julien at 14 TV film [62]
L'Oiseau rare Gaspard TV film [62]
2004 Navarro Thierry Morlaas 1 episode [62]
2009 Myster Mocky présente Various 1 episode [62]
2016 Vadim Mister Cool Récitant / Narrator (voice) TV film [152]
2017 Calls Thomas 1 episode [62]
2019 Twice Upon a Time (Il était une seconde fois) Vincent Dauda Miniseries; 4 episodes [51]
2021 La Vengeance au Triple Galop Danley Marchal-Widkins TV film [56]
2022 Moon Knight Anton Mogart Disney+ miniseries; 1 episode; posthumous release [144]

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Author Director Notes Ref.
2012 Entertaining Mr Sloane Mr. Sloane Joe Orton Michel Fau [37]
2015 Démons Tomas Lars Norén Marcial Di Fonzo Bo [37]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2003 César Award Most Promising Actor Summer Things Nominated[25]
Lumières Award Most Promising Actor Won[26]
2004 César Award Most Promising Actor Strayed Nominated[25]
2004 Étoiles d'Or Best Male Newcomer Strayed Won[29]
2005 César Award Most Promising Actor A Very Long Engagement Won[25]
2015 César Award Best Actor Saint Laurent Nominated[25]
2015 Globes de Cristal Award Best Actor Nominated[41]
2015 Lumières Award Best Actor Won[40]
2016 International Cinephile Society Awards Best Actor Won[153]
2017 César Award Best Actor It's Only the End of the World Won[25]
2017 Globes de Cristal Award Best Actor Nominated[46]
2017 Lumières Award Best Actor Nominated[45]
2017 Prix Iris Best Actor Nominated[154]
2018 Apolo Awards Best Actor Nominated[155]

Decorations[edit]

References[edit]

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