Franck Dubosc

Appearing in dozens of films, stand-up comedy programs and television series, Franck Dubosc has established himself as one of France's most prominent comedians. It didn't take long for Dubosc, who was raised in ... Read more »
Born: 11/07/1963

Filmography

Actor (20)

Les visiteurs: La révolution 2016 (Movie)

Gonzague de Montmirail (Actor)

Bis 2015 (Movie)

Eric Drigeard (Actor)

Pension complète 2015 (Movie)

François (Actor)

Barbecue 2014 (Movie)

Baptiste (Actor)

Fiston 2014 (Movie)

Antoine Chamoine (Actor)

SMS 2014 (Movie)

Vincent (Actor)

Billy & Buddy 2013 (Movie)

Papa Boule (Actor)

Les Seigneurs 2012 (Movie)

David Léandri (Actor)

Bienvenue à bord 2011 (Movie)

Rémy Pasquier (Actor)

Le Marquis 2011 (Movie)

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Cinéman 2009 (Movie)

Régis Deloux (Actor)

Incognito 2009 (Movie)

Francis (Actor)

Asterix at the Olympic Games 2008 (Movie)

Assurancetourix (Actor)

Disco 2008 (Movie)

Didier Travolta (Actor)

Camping 2006 (Movie)

Patrick Chirac (Actor)

Iznogoud 2005 (Movie)

(Actor)

Charite Biz'ness 1998 (Movie)

TV Presenter (Actor)

Highlander: The Series 1992 - 1998 (TV Show)

Actor

Justice de flic 1986 (Movie)

(Actor)

Disco (Movie)

(Actor)
Writer (2)

Disco 2008 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Camping 2006 (Movie)

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Biography

Appearing in dozens of films, stand-up comedy programs and television series, Franck Dubosc has established himself as one of France's most prominent comedians. It didn't take long for Dubosc, who was raised in Normandy, to realize his love of performing; he abandoned traditional education after a brief stint studying English at Claude Bernard College in order to attend performing arts school at the National Conservatory of Rouen. Several bit parts in French films and TV series led to Dubosc's 1987 breakthrough role as stereotypical French lover Patric Podevin in the hugely successful British soap opera "Coronation Street." The early '90s saw him popping up on various French series and TV movies, but it wasn't until 1998--with his first one-man stand-up act, "Du beau, du bon, Dubosc"--that Dubosc became a star on the comedy circuit. After earning the Newcomer of the Year Award at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, he released his 2003 DVD "Pour toi, public," featuring Dubosc performing sketches as a variety of zany characters, to great nationwide success. He then wrote and starred in the 2005 hit film "Camping," recreating the outrageous situations that arise from family camping trips. Among several other comedies throughout the 2000s, Dubosc co-wrote the 2006 comedy "Disco" (starring megastar Gérard Depardieu), which he describes as a combination of "Saturday Night Fever" and "The Fully Monty."

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