Nicolas Bedos

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Nicolas Bedos
Nicolas Bedos Déjeuner César 2018.jpg
Bedos in 2018
Nicolas Simon Bedos

(1979-04-21) 21 April 1979 (age 41)
OccupationTheatre director, actor, comedian, film director, screenwriter
Years active2004–present
Parent(s)Guy Bedos (father)
Joëlle Bercot (mother)
RelativesVictoria Bedos (sister)

Nicolas Simon Bedos (born 21 April 1979) is a French comedian, writer, director and actor. The son of Guy Bedos, he became known in 2004 as a playwright. In 2013, he joined Laurent Ruquier's late-night On n'est pas couché television talk show as a satirist, which he left two years later. His first film, Mr. & Mrs. Adelman, premiered in 2017.[1][2]


As actor[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Ni reprise, ni échangée Jean-Pierre TV movie; also writer
2011 Bouquet final Antoine TV movie; also writer
2011 Love Lasts Three Years Antoine
2012 Populaire Gilbert Japy
2013 Le Débarquement Various Sketches
2013 Love Is in the Air Antoine Also writer
2014 The Easy Way Out Louis
2016 L'Invitation Léo
2017 Mr & Mme Adelman Victor de Richemont dit Adelman Also director, writer and composer

As filmmaker[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Sortie de scène Writer TV movie
2009 Folie douce Writer TV movie
2010 Ni reprise, ni échangée Writer TV movie
2011 Bouquet final Writer TV movie
2012 The Players Writer
2013 Love Is in the Air Writer
2015 Encore heureux Writer
2017 Mr & Mme Adelman Director, writer, composer Nominated—César Award for Best First Feature Film
2019 La Belle Époque Director, writer Nominated—César Award for Best Director


Year Title Notes
2004 Sortie de scène Nominated—Molière de la meilleure pièce de création
2007 Eva
2009 Le Voyage de Victor
2010 Promenade de santé


Nicolas Bedos in March 2010.


Year Title
2009-2010 L'Officiel
August 2011-April 2013 Marianne
August 2013-June 2013 Elle


Year Title
September 2010-May 2011 Semaine critique !
November 2012 Vous trouvez ça normal ?!
September 2013-June 2015 On n'est pas couché


Year Title
November 2009-June 2010 La Semaine Mythomane (Ouï FM)


  1. ^ "Résolument théâtral". Libération. Retrieved 20 November 2011.
  2. ^ "Promenade de santé, petites musiques du coeur". Le Figaro. Retrieved 20 November 2011.

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