François Cluzet

Franois Cluzet possessed a gift of versatility that made him equally skilled at both physical comedy and straight drama. The actor first made waves on several French television serials and memorable roles in dramas such ... Read more »
Born: 09/21/1955 in Paris, FR


Actor (65)

Médecin de campagne 2016 (Movie)

Jean-Pierre Werner (Actor)

One Wild Moment 2015 (Movie)

Antoine (Actor)

D-Day, Normandie 1944 2014 (Movie)


Roulez Jeunesse 2014 (Movie)

Bertrand (Actor)

Une Rencontre 2014 (Movie)

Pierre (Actor)

11.6 2013 (Movie)


En Solitaire 2013 (Movie)


Do Not Disturb 2012 (Movie)

Jeff (Actor)

Little White Lies 2012 (Movie)

Max (Actor)

The Intouchables 2012 (Movie)

Philippe (Actor)

The Art of Love 2011 (Movie)


Blanc comme neige 2010 (Movie)

Maxime (Actor)

In the Beginning 2009 (Movie)

Paul (Actor)

Le dernier pour la route 2009 (Movie)

Hervé Chabalier (Actor)

Paris 2009 (Movie)

Philippe Verneuil (Actor)

Rivals 2008 (Movie)


Tell No One 2008 (Movie)

Alexandre Beck (Actor)

Detrompez-vous 2007 (Movie)

Lionel (Actor)

True Enough 2007 (Movie)


Four Stars 2006 (Movie)

Rene (Actor)

La Cloche a sonné 2005 (Movie)


Le Domain Perdu 2005 (Movie)


France Boutique 2003 (Movie)


Janis and John 2003 (Movie)


The Hook 2003 (Movie)

Ben Castelano (Actor)

L' Adversaire 2002 (Movie)

Luc (Actor)

Dolce Farniente 1999 (Movie)

Stendhal/ Henri Beyle (Actor)

Late August, Early September 1999 (Movie)

Adrien Willer (Actor)

L' Examen de Minuit 1998 (Movie)

Antoine (Actor)

The Swindle 1997 (Movie)

Maurice Biagini (Actor)

La Voie est Libre 1996 (Movie)

Jules (Actor)

Le Demenagement 1996 (Movie)

Claude (Actor)

The Horseman on the Roof 1996 (Movie)

the Doctor (Actor)

The Silence of Rak 1996 (Movie)

Rak (Actor)

Enfants de salaud 1995 (Movie)

Sandro (Actor)

French Kiss 1995 (Movie)

Bob (Actor)

L' Enfer 1994 (Movie)

Paul (Actor)

The Apprentices 1994 (Movie)

Antoine (Actor)

Wind From Wyoming 1994 (Movie)

Chester Celine (Actor)

3000 Scenarios contre un virus 1993 (Movie)


Olivier, Olivier 1993 (Movie)

Dr Serge Duval (Actor)

A demain 1992 (Movie)

Gilles (Actor)

L' Instinct de l'Ange 1992 (Movie)

Devrines (Actor)

Sexes Faibles! 1991 (Movie)

Sebastien Sebastien (Actor)

Too Beautiful For You 1990 (Movie)

Pascal Chevassu (Actor)

Chocolat 1989 (Movie)

Marc Dalens (Actor)

Deux 1989 (Movie)


Force Majeure 1989 (Movie)

Daniel (Actor)

La Revolution Francaise 1989 (Movie)

Camille Desmoulins (Actor)

Story of Women 1989 (Movie)

Paul (Actor)

Un Tour de manege 1989 (Movie)

Al (Actor)

Association de Malfaiteurs 1987 (Movie)

Thierry (Actor)

Jaune revolver 1987 (Movie)


Etats d'ame 1986 (Movie)

Pierrot (Actor)

Round Midnight 1986 (Movie)

Francis Borier (Actor)

Rue du depart 1986 (Movie)

Paul Triana (Actor)

Elsa, Elsa! 1984 (Movie)

Ferdinand (Actor)

Entre Nous 1983 (Movie)


Les Enrages 1983 (Movie)

Marc (Actor)

One Deadly Summer 1983 (Movie)

Mickey (Actor)

Les Fantomes du Chapelier 1982 (Movie)


Vive la Sociale! 1982 (Movie)

Maurice Decques (Actor)

Cocktail Molotov 1980 (Movie)

Bruno (Actor)

Le Cheval d'Orgueil 1978 (Movie)

Pierre-Alain Le Goff (Actor)

In the Beginning (Movie)

Paul (Actor)


François Cluzet possessed a gift of versatility that made him equally skilled at both physical comedy and straight drama. The actor first made waves on several French television serials and memorable roles in dramas such as "Cocktail Molotov" (1980), "One Deadly Summer" (1983), and "Vive la sociale!" (1983). Cluzet showcased his dramatic prowess many times over throughout his career, playing emotionally tormented characters in acclaimed films like "Les aprentis" (1995), in "Late August, Early September" (1998), or "Je suis un assassin" (2004). A prolific actor who appeared in countless films and television series, Cluzet received critical praise for his role in "Tell No One" (2006), as a doctor trying to prove his innocence while he searches for his wife's killer. He continued to impress in his native France, before gaining international acclaim for his role in the award-winning dramedy "The Intouchables" (2011). Based on a true story, the film centered on an unlikely friendship between a quadriplegic millionaire and his rambunctious caregiver (Omar Sy), an ex-con from the projects. Audiences worldwide not only embraced the film's inspiring message and the actors' genuine connection both on and off the screen, but it also proved to be the perfect vehicle to showcase Cluzet's enviable talent, versatility and passion for his craft.


Marie Trintignant




Co-starred in hit French comedy "The Intouchables"; played a wealthy quadriplegic who forms friendship with his caretaker (Omar Sy)


Acted in romantic drama "Paris," co-starring Juliette Binoche


Received Best Actor César Award for role of double homicide suspect in "Ne le dis à personne/Tell No One"


Earned raves for appearance in French comedy "Quatre étoiles"


Appeared in Lawrence Kasdan's romantic comedy "French Kiss," starring Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline


International film debut, Robert Altman's ensemble movie "Prêt-à-porter"


Earned César Award nomination for supporting role in "L'été meurtrier/One Deadly Summer"


Again directed by Chabrol in "Les fantômes du chapelier/The Hatter's Ghost"


Feature film debut, "Cocktail Molotov"


First film with director Claude Chabrol, "Le cheval d'orgueil/The Horse of Pride"


First acted onstage

Attended acting lessons at Cours Simon and Cours de Périmony et Cochet after leaving school at 18