Sagamore Stévenin

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Sagamore Stévenin
Sagamore Stévenin 2012.jpg
Sagamore Stévenin in 2012
Born (1974-05-09) 9 May 1974 (age 42)
Paris, France
Occupation Actor
Years active 1983–present
Relatives

Sagamore Stévenin (9 May 1974 in Paris) is a French actor, sometimes also listed Thomas Stévenin in film credits.

Personnal life[edit]

Sagamore's father is the actor Jean-François Stévenin. Also in the acting profession are his brother Robinson Stévenin, Pierre Stévenin and his sister Salomé Stévenin.

Career[edit]

He began his career in the early 1980s as a child actor. From then until 2006, he has been in around 25 French films and TV movies, becoming internationally known in 1999 as the main male role in the film Romance directed by Catherine Breillat. This film ignited controversy due to its sexual themes and sparked public discussion about the difference between erotic art and pornography.

His first English-speaking role was as Étienne Balsan[1] in the 2008 television film Coco Chanel starring Shirley MacLaine.

From February to May 2006, Sagamore acted in Paris in a French stage rendition of A Clockwork Orange.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
1983 La couleur de l'abîme Pascal Kané TV Movie
1984 Courtes chasses The boy Manuel Flèche Short
1991 La Totale! Julien Voisin Claude Zidi
1992 La révolte des enfants Headedness Gérard Poitou-Weber
1994 Jalna Philippe Monnier TV Mini-Series
1996 Les frères Gravet Pierre René Féret
La Nouvelle tribu Arthur Roger Vadim TV Mini-Series
1997 La cible Chris Pierre Courrège
Un coup de baguette magique Arthur Roger Vadim (2) TV Movie
1998 Comme une bête Leo Patrick Schulmann
1999 Romance Paul Catherine Breillat
Le cocu magnifique Bruno Pierre Boutron TV Movie
2000 Bad Control The guard Arnaud Duprey Short
2001 Lisa Sylvain Marceau Pierre Grimblat
2002 Sueurs Simon Louis-Pascal Couvelaire
20, avenue Parmentier Romuald Christophe Jeauffroy
La liberté de Marie Vincent Caroline Huppert TV Mini-Series
2003 Michel Vaillant Michel Vaillant Louis-Pascal Couvelaire (2)
Errance The romano Damien Odoul
La bête du Gévaudan Pierre Rampal Patrick Volson TV Movie
2004 Le point omega Max Laure Hassan Short
2005 Tu vas rire, mais je te quitte Arthur Philippe Harel
Écorchés Cheyenne Carron
Pre Face Jean-Marc Minéo Short
Bel ami Georges Duroy Philippe Triboit TV Movie
1905 Julien Peyrac Henri Helman TV Movie
2006 Cages Damien Olivier Masset-Depasse
Un printemps à Paris Pierrot Jacques Bral
2008 Coco Chanel Étienne Balsan Christian Duguay TV Movie
2009 T'essuies tes pieds steuplé! Julien Virginie Verrier Short
David Copperfield James Steerforth Ambrogio Lo Giudice TV Movie
2010 Concurrence loyale Olivier Solano Jean Luc Herbulot Short
Le mal dans le sang Milo Matthieu Serveau Short
Je, François Villon, voleur, assassin, poète Colin de Cayeux Serge Meynard TV Movie
He's the One... Or Not William Vincent Giovanni TV Movie
2011 T'es pas la seule ! Samuel Pierre-Antoine Hiroz TV Series (1 Episode)
Nominated - Monte-Carlo Television Festival - Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series
2012 Les lettres de Saïgon The father Bénédicte Mathieu Short
2013 Rouge Brésil Gonzague Sylvain Archambault TV Mini-Series
2013-16 Falco Alexandre Falco Several TV Series (26 Episodes)
2014 Mange tes morts Jean-Charles Hue
2016 Capitaine Marleau Dimitri Nobecourt Josée Dayan TV Series (1 Episode)

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