Jules Sitruk

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Jules Sitruk
Jules Sitruk Cabourg 2013.jpg
Born (1990-04-16) April 16, 1990 (age 25)
Les Lilas, Paris, France
Nationality French
Occupation Actor
Years active 1998-present
Home town Paris
Relatives Joseph Sitruk, Olivier Sitruk

Jules Sitruk (born April 16, 1990 in Lilas, near Paris) is a French actor, most widely known for his roles in the 2002 Jugnot film Monsieur Batignole and the 2008 Hammer & Tongs film Son of Rambow.

Sitruk began acting at the age of 8, after being cast at his hairdressers. His first feature film was Monsieur Batignole (2001) with Gérard Jugnot, who acknowledged his talent amongst other young French actors at the time. Other films include Moi César (2003), Vipère au poing (2004) and Les Aiguilles rouges (2005).

Sitruk is also one of the three narrators in the original first-person version of March of the Penguins. His first English language film was Son of Rambow, filmed in London in 2006.

Personal life[edit]

Sitruk is Jewish.[1] He is the son of musical composers and a grandson of the now-former Chief Rabbi of France, Joseph Haïm Sitruk; he is also related to the comedian Olivier Sitruk. Jules has studied Literature Baccalaureate at the Lycée Général of Paris, after completing his time at the Young School of Acting.


Year Title Role
2015 Parfaite Vincent
2013 Bob & les Sex Pistaches Bob
2012 Le Fils de l'Autre Joseph Silberg
2011 French Exchange Hugo
2011 Mon père est femme de ménage Rudy
2011 Nos résistances Peigne
2009 Une nuit qu'il était à se morfondre... (short) Lucien
2008 Son of Rambow Didier Revol
2005 March of the Penguins Le Bebe
2005 Les aiguilles rouges Luc
2004 Viper in the Fist Jean Rézeau
2003 I, Cesar César Petit
2002 Haute Pierre (TV movie) Winston/Léonard
2002 Monsieur Batignole Simon Bernstein
2001 Sauveur Giordano (TV series) Robin
2001 Le pain (short) Le fils
2001 Docteur Sylvestre (TV series) Charles
2000 Without Family (TV movie) Rémi
2000 C.I.D. (India TV series) Un enfant
1999 L'ange tombé du ciel (TV movie) Louis


  1. ^ Lagouche, Philippe (April 4, 2012). "L’ex-enfant star passe dans le camp des adultes : mais où était donc passé Jules Sitruk ?". La Voix du Nord (in French). Retrieved 2013-08-09. 

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