André Dussollier

Known in his native France as a famous voice as well as a famous face, actor Andr Dussollier got his first taste of the stage in a school production of "L'Enfant et la Rivire" at age ten. Born in Annecy, France in 1946 ... Read more »
Born: 02/17/1946 in Annecy, Haute-Savoie, FR


Actor (88)

Roommates Wanted 2016 (Movie)

Hubert Jacquin (Actor)

Belles familles 2015 (Movie)

Pierre Cotteret (Actor)

Des Apaches 2015 (Movie)

Jean (Actor)

Le grand jeu 2015 (Movie)


Vingt et une nuits avec Pattie 2015 (Movie)


Aimer, boire et chanter 2014 (Movie)

Simeon (Actor)

Beauty and the Beast 2014 (Movie)

Le marchand (Actor)

Diplomacy 2014 (Movie)

Raoul Nordling (Actor)

M et le 3eme secret 2014 (Movie)

Narrateur (Voice)

Les Reines du Ring 2013 (Movie)

Richard (Actor)

Associes Contre Le Crime 2012 (Movie)


My Worst Nightmare 2012 (Movie)

Francois (Actor)

Unforgivable 2012 (Movie)

Francis (Actor)

18 Years Later 2010 (Movie)

Jacques (Actor)

Micmacs 2010 (Movie)

Nicolas Thibault De Fenouillet (Actor)

Une exécution ordinaire 2010 (Movie)

Joseph Stalin (Actor)

Wild Grass 2010 (Movie)

Georges Palet (Actor)

Une Affaire d'Etat 2009 (Movie)

Victor Bornand (Actor)

Affaire De Famille 2008 (Movie)


Cortex 2008 (Movie)


Crime is Our Business 2008 (Movie)

Belisaire Beresford (Actor)

Leur Morale Et La Notre 2008 (Movie)

Andre (Actor)

Musee haut, musee bas 2008 (Movie)


Tell No One 2008 (Movie)

Jacques Laurentin (Actor)

My Enemy's Enemy 2007 (Movie)


Private Fears In Public Places 2007 (Movie)

Thierry (Actor)

The Lark Farm 2007 (Movie)

Colonel Arkan (Actor)

True Enough 2007 (Movie)


Lemming 2006 (Movie)

Richard Pollock (Actor)

Mon Petit Doigt M'a Dit 2005 (Movie)

Belisaire Beresford (Actor)

36 Quai Des Orfevres 2004 (Movie)

Robert Mancini (Actor)

A Very Long Engagement 2004 (Movie)

Rouvières (Actor)

Agents Secrets 2004 (Movie)

Colonel Grasset (Actor)

Strange Gardens 2003 (Movie)


Tais-Toi 2003 (Movie)


Tanguy 2002 (Movie)

Paul Guetz (Actor)

La Chambre des officiers 2001 (Movie)

The Surgeon (Actor)

Ouch! 2001 (Movie)

Robert (Actor)

Un Crime au paradis 2001 (Movie)

Maurice Jacquard (Actor)

Vidocq 2001 (Movie)

Lautrennes (Actor)

Les Acteurs 2000 (Movie)

Himself (Actor)

Scenes de crimes 2000 (Movie)

Jean-Louis Gomez (Actor)

Augustin: Roi du kung-fu 1999 (Movie)


Les Enfants du marais 1999 (Movie)

Amedee (Actor)

Same Old Song 1999 (Movie)

Simon (Actor)

Voleur de vie 1998 (Movie)

Jakob (Actor)

In and Out of Fashion 1997 (Movie)


Le Palais de la sante 1997 (Movie)


Quadrille 1997 (Movie)

Philippe de Morannes (Actor)

Un Air Si Pur 1997 (Movie)

Dr Boyer (Actor)

Aux Petits Bonheurs 1994 (Movie)

Pierre (Actor)

Colonel Chabert 1994 (Movie)

Count Ferraud (Actor)

Montparnasse - Pondichery 1994 (Movie)

Bertin (Actor)

Romanzo di un Giovane Povero 1994 (Movie)

Prosecutor (Actor)

Un Coeur en Hiver 1993 (Movie)

Maxime (Actor)

The Minor Apocalypse 1992 (Movie)

Jacques (Actor)

Les Enfants 1991 (Movie)

School Director (Actor)

Sushi Sushi 1991 (Movie)

Maurice (Actor)

White King, Red Queen 1991 (Movie)

Aleksel Goriounov (Actor)

Border Line 1990 (Movie)

Alexandre (Actor)

La Femme fardee 1990 (Movie)

Julien (Actor)

De sable et de sang 1989 (Movie)

Emilio (Actor)

Frequence meurtre 1988 (Movie)

Frank Quester (Actor)

L' Enfance de l'art 1988 (Movie)


Melo 1988 (Movie)

Marcel Blanc (Actor)

Mon ami le traitre 1988 (Movie)

Rove (Actor)

Love on the Ground 1986 (Movie)

Paul (Actor)

Trois hommes et un couffin 1986 (Movie)

Jacques (Actor)

Yiddish Connection 1986 (Movie)

The Seminarian (Actor)

Just the Way You Are 1984 (Movie)

Francois (Actor)

De Grens 1983 (Movie)

Marcel Boas (Actor)

L' Amour a mort 1983 (Movie)

Jerome Martignac (Actor)

Stress 1983 (Movie)

Michel (Actor)

La Vie est un roman 1982 (Movie)

Raoul Vandamme (Actor)

Liberty Belle 1982 (Movie)

Vidal (Actor)

A Good Marriage 1981 (Movie)


Qu'est-ce qui fait courir David? 1981 (Movie)

Guy (Actor)

Exterieur Nuit 1979 (Movie)


La Triple mort du troisieme personnage 1978 (Movie)

Marcel (Actor)

Alice ou la derniere Fugue 1977 (Movie)

Man (Actor)

Perceval le gallois 1977 (Movie)

Gauvain (Actor)

Ben et Benedict 1976 (Movie)

Bernard Chevalier (Actor)

Le Couple Temoin 1976 (Movie)

Jean-Michel (Actor)

Marie - Poupee 1975 (Movie)

Claude (Actor)

Il Pleut sur Santiago 1974 (Movie)

Hugo (Actor)

Un Divorce Heureux 1974 (Movie)

Man (Actor)

Toute une vie 1973 (Movie)

Simon (Actor)

Such a Gorgeous Kid Like Me 1971 (Movie)

Stanislas Previne (Actor)


Known in his native France as a famous voice as well as a famous face, actor André Dussollier got his first taste of the stage in a school production of "L'Enfant et la Rivière" at age ten. Born in Annecy, France in 1946, Dussollier discovered that acting offered an outlet from the pressures of post-war society to remain stoic and unemotional. His parents both worked for the French Treasury, and were of a practical disposition. They were encouraging when Dussollier enrolled at the University of Grenoble; through he would find success in academics, eventually earning a Master's Degree in Modern Languages, Dussollier decided after graduating to take a leap of faith and moved to Paris to pursue an acting career. He was accepted to study acting at the renowned Conservatoire de Paris, an institution with a notoriously competitive and extremely selective admissions process. Two years later, in 1972, he was awarded a residency at the Comédie-Française ou Théâtre-Français. Dussollier was appearing in a stage production of "Léonce et Léna" (1972) when he was noticed by a prominent audience member, film director François Truffaut. Truffaut cast Dussollier in his film "A Gorgeous Girl Like Me" (1972). In the years to come, he appeared in a number of acclaimed roles in films like Claude Lelouch's "And Now My Love" (1974) and Claude Chabrol's "Alice or the Last Escapade" (1977). He caught the attention of the French public at large with his performance in the comedy hit "Three Men and a Cradle" (1985), which proved such a hit that it was remade in America as "Three Men and a Baby" (1987). Both a critical and commercial success, Dussollier settled into a long and distinguished career in film and television, ranging from historical epics like "Colonel Chabert" (1994) to madcap comedies such as "The Children" (1985). One of his most notable roles came when he provided the whimsical narration for the international hit "Amelie" (2001). His collaboration with that film's director, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, continued with prominent roles in "A Very Long Engagement" (2004) and the antic dark comedy "Micmacs" (2009). He also starred in films ranging from the unsettling drama "Unforgiveable" (2011) to the broad comedy "Wrestling Queens" (2013). In 2014, he starred as Swedish consul-general Raoul Nordling in Volker Schlöndorff's World War II drama "Diplomatie" (2014).



Starred in Volker Schlöndorff's "Diplomatie," a World War II drama.


Starred in Jeunet's "Micmacs."


Provided narration foe Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Amelie."


Won his first Cesar award for his performance in "Un cœur en hiver."


Made his commercial breakthrough with "Three Men and a Cradle."

Bonus Trivia


Has a theatre named after him in Divonne-les-Bains, France.


Is known for his distinctive voice, providing voice over narration for commercials, documentaries, and feature films like "Amelie," and performing in radio dramas on Radio France.