Julien Boisselier

Julien Boisselier is a familiar face in French films and TV movies. His original ambition was to be a funnyman. Born in Nantes, he moved to Paris to study comedy. Life had other plans, apparently, because the young ... Read more »
Born: 05/26/1970

Filmography

Actor (20)

De moins en moins 2016 (Movie)

Le Fiancé (Actor)

Fastlife 2014 (Movie)

Lionel (Actor)

The Chef 2014 (Movie)

Stanislas Matter (Actor)

L' année prochaine 2013 (Movie)

(Actor)

Sleepless Night 2012 (Movie)

(Actor)

Gardiens de l'ordre 2010 (Movie)

Marc (Actor)

Henry of Navarre 2009 (Movie)

Henry (Actor)

Skhizein 2009 (Movie)

(Actor)

Female Agents 2008 (Movie)

Pierre Desfontaines (Actor)

La Nuit Medicis 2008 (Movie)

Le playboy (Actor)

J'Veux Pas Que Tu T'En Ailles 2007 (Movie)

(Actor)

Je Vais Bien, Ne T'En Fais Pas 2006 (Movie)

Thomas (Actor)

On Va S'Aimer 2006 (Movie)

Laurent (Actor)

Le Convoyeur 2003 (Movie)

Ratty (Actor)

The Pleasure Is All Mine 2003 (Movie)

Francois (Actor)

A Loving Father 2002 (Movie)

(Performer)

Les Acteurs anonymes 2001 (Movie)

Julien (Actor)

Les Portes de la gloire 2001 (Movie)

Jerome Le Tallec (Actor)

National 7 2000 (Movie)

Jacques--Psychiatrist (Actor)

Azzurro 1999 (Movie)

(Actor)

Biography

Julien Boisselier is a familiar face in French films and TV movies. His original ambition was to be a funnyman. Born in Nantes, he moved to Paris to study comedy. Life had other plans, apparently, because the young actor's first major role was a serious one in the 1996 mini-series "Dans un grand vent de fleurs." Following his appearance in that star-crossed romance, Boisselier became a regular fixture in his country's TV movies, appearing in one nearly every year. Film inevitably beckoned, and the actor made his first movie appearance as the new millennium dawned, playing Raphaël Marti in "À découvert" (2000). His big-screen work soon became as frequent as his TV jobs. He took secondary roles in films such as the family dramas "A Loving Father" (2002) (starring Gérard Depardieu) and "Don't Worry, I'm Fine" (2006). Boisselier's roles got bigger as his career matured. He was the lead male part in the romantic drama "Clara et moi" (2004), for example. He also won a plum role as Henri III de Navarra (later King Henri IV) in the 2010 historical film "Henri 4"; the real Henri, by the way, was famous for signing the Edict of Nantes, an early guarantee of religious freedom. Nantes is the actor's home town.

Relationships

Mélanie Laurent Actor

Companion
Dated 2005-09 No longer together

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