Stéphane Cornicard

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Stéphane Cornicard
Born 1964 (age 53–54)
Known for French actor

Stéphane Cornicard (born 1964) is a multilingual actor and director (French, English, German, Spanish and Italian), who trained in France with François David, French director and writer, at Colby College, U.S. and at Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.


Cornicard's many credits include Jean in Saving Private Ryan by Steven Spielberg, Liquid Snake in Metal Gear and Gabe Logan in Syphon Filter, the evil Count Raum in Primal, enigmatic profiler Gerd Hanke in Evidence: The Last Ritual by Eric Viennot, the narration for Napoleon Bonaparte in the video game Napoleon: Total War in English, French, German and Spanish, the voice of the character Riordan in BioWare's Dragon Age: Origins, and Stroud in Dragon Age II and Dragon Age: Inquisition. He gave his voice to the French Red Cross for their anti-personal landmines campaign. He voice acted the character "Lonesome Gavlan" in FromSoftware's "Dark Souls II" (English version).

Cornicard appeared in the Doctor Who audio drama The Next Life. He also presents Ma France, web based French classes and podcasts for BBC.

Stéphane Cornicard stars as hapless truffle hunter Jean Dubois in Tom Tagholm's A Bout de Truffe, winner of TCM Classic Shorts Film Competition 2007, Best Film, Best UK Short at Raindance Film Festival 2007, Grand Jury Award at Dances with Film Festival 2007.

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