Jean-Hugues Anglade

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Jean-Hugues Anglade
Jean-Hugues Anglade Césars 2014 5.jpg
Jean-Hugues Anglade at the César Awards 2014
Born (1955-07-29) 29 July 1955 (age 61)
Thouars, France
Occupation Actor, film director, screenwriter
Years active 1977–present
Children 2

Jean-Hugues Anglade (born 29 July 1955) is a French actor, film director and screenwriter, best known for his roles as Eric in Killing Zoe, Zorg in Betty Blue and Marco, the boyfriend of Nikita, in Nikita.

Personal Life[edit]

Anglade was born in Thouars, Deux-Sèvres, Poitou-Charentes, France. On 21 August 2015, Anglade was a passenger on board the Paris-bound Thalys train that suffered an attempted attack. However, the assailant was subdued by other passengers. The event resulted in injuries to four passengers, including Anglade.[1] He cut his hand while breaking the glass on the emergency alarm.[2][3]

Theater[edit]

Year Title Author Director Notes
1977 Marie Tudor Victor Hugo Denise Chalem CNSAD
1980 Berenice Jean Racine Antoine Vitez Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers
L'Illusion Comique Pierre Corneille Pierre Romans Théâtre de la Commune
Scènes de chasse en Bavière Martin Speer Jean-Hugues Anglade Espace Pierre Cardin
1984 Edward II Christopher Marlowe Jean-Hugues Anglade (2) Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
1977 Un comique né Michel Polac TV Movie
1980 La peau de chagrin Michel Favart TV Movie
La colombe du Luxembourg Dominique Giuliani TV Movie
1981 La randonnée Jean-Marc Georges Régnier TV Movie
Les amours des années grises Hervé Le Brézec Dominique Giuliani (2) TV Series (1 Episode)
1982 L'indiscrétion Jean-François Pierre Lary
Le mur blanc The man Antoine Lacomblez Short
1983 The Wounded Man Henri Patrice Chéreau Nominated - César Award for Most Promising Actor
Par ordre du Roy Lecocq Michel Mitrani TV Movie
Messieurs les jurés Gaël Crozet Alain Franck TV Series (1 Episode)
1984 Dangerous Moves Miller Richard Dembo
1985 Subway The Roller Luc Besson Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actor
Among Wolves Richard Avakian José Giovanni
1986 Betty Blue Zorg Jean-Jacques Beineix Prix Jean Gabin
Nominated - César Award for Best Actor
1987 Malady of Love Clément Potrel Jacques Deray
1989 Nocturne Indien Rossignol / Xavier Alain Corneau Nominated - César Award for Best Actor
1990 Nikita Marco Luc Besson (2)
Nuit d'été en ville Louis Michel Deville
1991 Especially on Sunday Biker birds Francesco Barilli
Gawin Nicolas / Gawin Arnaud Sélignac
1993 Killing Zoe Eric Roger Avary
Jonah Who Lived in the Whale The Father Roberto Faenza
Les marmottes Stéphane Élie Chouraqui
1994 La Reine Margot Charles IX Patrice Chéreau (2) César Award for Best Supporting Actor
Léon: The Professional Cameo Luc Besson (3)
1995 Nelly and Mr. Arnaud Vincent Granec Claude Sautet Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actor
Dis-moi oui... Stéphane Alexandre Arcady
1996 The Elective Affinities Edoardo Paolo and Vittorio Taviani
Maximum Risk Sebastien Ringo Lam
The Liars Zac Élie Chouraqui (2)
1997 Tonka The sprinter Jean-Hugues Anglade Also director & writer
2000 Dark Summer Gerard Huxley Gregory Marquette
Princesses Simon Sylvie Verheyde
Le prof Alexandre Alexandre Jardin
En face Jean Mathias Ledoux
2001 Mortel Transfert Michel Durand Jean-Jacques Beineix (2)
2002 The Best Day of My Life Davide Cristina Comencini
Sueurs Harvey Louis-Pascal Couvelaire
The Sopranos Jean-Philippe Colbert Steve Buscemi TV Series (1 Episode : Everybody Hurts)
2003 It's Easier for a Camel... Pierre Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
Leave Your Hands on My Hips Jérôme Chantal Lauby
2004 Taking Lives Emil Duval D. J. Caruso
2005 L'anniversaire Alberto Diane Kurys
Kein Himmel über Afrika Gordon Coburn Roland Suso Richter TV Movie
2006 Gaspard le bandit Gaspard Benoît Jacquot TV Movie
2007 Shake Hands with the Devil Bernard Kouchner Roger Spottiswoode
Fata Morgana The stranger Simon Groß
La face cachée Xavier Bernard Campan
Myster Mocky présente Jean-Pierre Mocky TV Series (1 Episode)
2008 Borderline Tcheky Lyne Charlebois
Il prossimo tuo Jean-Paul Anne Riitta Ciccone
Shanghai 1976 Paul Xu Xueyang Hu
John Adams Count of Vergennes Tom Hooper TV Mini-Series
A.D. La guerre de l'ombre Prosecutor Mattéi Laurence Katrian TV Mini-Series
2008-10 Collection Fred Vargas Jean-Baptiste Adamsberg Josée Dayan TV Series (4 Episodes)
2009 Villa Amalia Georges Benoît Jacquot (2)
Persécution The madman Patrice Chéreau (3) Nominated - César Award for Best Supporting Actor
La double inconstance The prince Carole Giacobbi TV Movie
2009-16 Braquo Eddy Caplan Olivier Marchal, Frédéric Schoendoerffer, ... TV Series (28 Episodes)
Nominated - Monte-Carlo TV Festival - Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series
2010 Dans ton sommeil Sarah's husband Caroline & Éric du Potet
2011 Le marquis Jo Dominique Farrugia
Mineurs 27 Captain Descharnes Tristan Aurouet
La mauvaise rencontre Loup Josée Dayan (2) TV Movie
Amoureuse Martial Verdier Nicolas Herdt TV Movie
Rani Philippe de Valcourt Arnaud Sélignac (2) TV Series (6 Episodes)
2012 Amitiés sincères Paul François Prévôt-Leygonie & Stéphan Archinard
2013 Back in Crime Richard Kemp Germinal Alvarez
2014 The Ninth Cloud Jonny Jane Spencer
Les trois silences Philippe Laurent Herbiet TV Movie
Le passager Mathias Freire Jérôme Cornuau TV Mini-Series
2015 Suburra Cardinal Berchet Stefano Sollima
I Am a Soldier Henri Laurent Larivière
Cafard Victor Jan Bultheel
2016 Dans l'ombre du tueur Prefect Eric Valette TV Mini-Series
2017 The Velvet Gentleman Erik Satie Jane Spencer (2)
Pierrot le fou Jean-Marc Vincent

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fusillade dans un Thalys: l'acteur Jean-Hugues Anglade légèrement blessé". LE FIGARO (in French). August 21, 2015. Retrieved 22 August 2015. 
  2. ^ "Des militaires américains évitent un carnage dans un Thalys reliant Amsterdam à Paris". Le Monde (in French). 21 August 2015. Retrieved 22 August 2015. 
  3. ^ Stanglin, Doug (22 August 2015). "2 U.S. Marines subdue gunman on Paris-bound train". USA Today. Retrieved 22 August 2015. The French actor Jean-Hugues Anglade also reportedly injured his hand when he broke a glass to pull an alarm. 

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