Jean-Marie Winling

Though Jean-Marie Winling is a veteran actor who has been appearing onscreen since the early 1970s, he is arguably best-known to the French viewing public for his recent role in the extremely popular "Nicholas Le Floch" ... Read more »

Filmography

Actor (18)

Je fais le mort 2013 (Movie)

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Sans laisser de traces 2010 (Movie)

Maurice (Actor)

Une Affaire d'Etat 2009 (Movie)

Macquart (Actor)

A Girl Cut in Two 2008 (Movie)

Gerard Briancon (Actor)

Love Songs 2008 (Movie)

Le pere (Actor)

La Vie D'artiste 2007 (Movie)

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Sauf le respect que je vous dois 2005 (Movie)

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Les Morsures de l'aube 2001 (Movie)

Von Bulow (Actor)

Le Prof 2000 (Movie)

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Selon Matthieu 2000 (Movie)

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Total Western 2000 (Movie)

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Ca ne se refuse pas 1998 (Movie)

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L' Interview 1998 (Movie)

Editorial Director (Actor)

Les Milles 1994 (Movie)

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A Beating Heart 1992 (Movie)

Jean (Actor)

Netchaiev est de Retour 1991 (Movie)

Ladouri (Actor)

Cyrano de Bergerac 1990 (Movie)

Ligniere (Actor)

Trois Annees 1989 (Movie)

Gregoire (Actor)

Biography

Though Jean-Marie Winling is a veteran actor who has been appearing onscreen since the early 1970s, he is arguably best-known to the French viewing public for his recent role in the extremely popular "Nicholas Le Floch" TV movies, adaptations of Jean-Francois Parot's 18th century adventure novels in which Winling plays Monsieur Le Noblecourt, the epicurean lawyer who provides the titular hero with room and board. Winling's long involvement in acting began when, as a classics graduate, he enrolled at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris, where he studied drama. He subsequently joined the Mehmet Ulusoy Theatre before founding the Theatre National de Chaillot with former classmate Antoine Vitez, a future head of the Comédie-Française. Since he first started acting, Winling has been prolific on stage and on both the small and big screens, collaborating with such directing greats as Claude Chabrol ("The Girl Cut in Two") and Jean-Paul Rappaneau ("Cyrano de Bergerac", "The Horseman on the Roof"), as well as Gallic acting legends like Gérard Depardieu ("Bérénice"), Alain Delon ("A Crime") and Catherine Deneuve ("Belle Maman"). Winling got to show off his singing voice when he collaborated with Christophe Honoré, one of France's most gifted young directors, on the offbeat 2007 contemporary musical "Love Songs".

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