Olivier Sitruk

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Olivier Sitruk
Olivier Sitruk - Monte-Carlo Television Festival.jpg
Born (1970-12-25) 25 December 1970 (age 46)
Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France
Occupation Actor, Producer
Years active 1992–present

Olivier Sitruk (born December 25, 1970 in Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France), is a French comedian, actor, and producer, who has appeared in 44 films and television shows.[1]

After considering a career as an archaeologist, he changed his mind and discovered a passion for theater in high school.[2] At age 16, he began his acting career, enrolling in the Conservatoire National de Nice.

He made his English-language movie premiere in 2008, starring alongside Shirley MacLaine and Barbora Bobuľová in the Lifetime original biographical film, Coco Chanel. The television movie debuted on September 13, 2008 with a viewership of 5.2 million, the second-highest rated made-for-TV film of 2008.[3] Sitruk played Boy Capel, a self-made man who was "the love of [Chanel's] life."

He is related to actor Jules Sitruk and former Chief Rabbi of France Joseph Sitruk. He has been married with actress Alexandra London since 2003.

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Television[edit]

Season 2 - 8 episodes :
La beauté du diable
Il faut sauver Alice
Meurtre en blanc
Grand froid
Convoyeurs de fonds
Une chute interminable
Le placard
Dernier tango
  • 2005 : Quelques mots d'amour (La lettre)
  • 2004:
    • Brasier
    • Jeff & Léo, Flics et jumeaux - series – lead role (6 episodes):
Season 1 - 6 episodes :
Un train peut en cacher un autre
Entre deux étages
Le mystère des bijoux
Un mystère de trop
La dernière séance
Jardin Zen

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