Lionel Abelanski

Nominated for France's 1999 Most Promising Actor Csar Award, Lionel Abelanski has worked mainly in supporting roles, but has also shown the ability to play larger parts. His first film appearance was in the 1989 comedy ... Read more »
Born: 10/22/1964 in Paris, FR

Filmography

Actor (29)

Barbecue 2014 (Movie)

Laurent (Actor)

De l'autre côté du périph 2014 (Movie)

Daniel Cardinet (Actor)

Magic in the Moonlight 2014 (Movie)

Doctor (Actor)

On the Other Side of the Tracks 2014 (Movie)

Daniel Cardinet (Actor)

Kidon 2013 (Movie)

Eric (Actor)

Protéger et servir 2010 (Movie)

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The Concert 2010 (Movie)

Jean-Paul Carrere (Actor)

Safari 2009 (Movie)

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15 Ans Et Demi 2008 (Movie)

Vincent (Actor)

Sagan 2008 (Movie)

Bernard (Actor)

Atonement 2007 (Movie)

Frenchman (Actor)

Zone libre 2007 (Movie)

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Itineraires 2006 (Movie)

Maître Campion (Actor)

Je Deteste Les Enfants Des Autres 2006 (Movie)

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Poltergay 2006 (Movie)

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Le Grand Role 2005 (Movie)

Simon (Actor)

An Innocent Little Game 2004 (Movie)

Patrick (Actor)

Double Zero 2004 (Movie)

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Mais qui a tué Pamela Rose? 2003 (Movie)

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The Pleasure Is All Mine 2003 (Movie)

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My Wife is an Actress 2002 (Movie)

Georges (Actor)

Belphegor (le fantome du Louvre) 2001 (Movie)

Simmonet (Actor)

National 7 2000 (Movie)

Roland (Actor)

Les Parasites 1999 (Movie)

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Trafic d'influence 1999 (Movie)

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Train of Life 1999 (Movie)

Schlomo (Actor)

The Cosmonaut's Wife 1998 (Movie)

Technician Yves (Actor)

Didier 1997 (Movie)

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Delphine 1-Yvan O 1995 (Movie)

Thierry (Actor)

Biography

Nominated for France's 1999 Most Promising Actor César Award, Lionel Abelanski has worked mainly in supporting roles, but has also shown the ability to play larger parts. His first film appearance was in the 1989 comedy "Mama, There's a Man in Your Bed" and, after acting in shorts and on TV, earned his first supporting film role in the romantic comedy "Delphine 1, Yvan 0" in 1996. In '97 he made an appearance in Alain Chabat's debut "Didier," and received top billing in the period film "Train of Life," which earned César nominations for him and director Radu Mihaileanu. He played a supporting role in another director's first work--actor Yvan Attal's romantic comedy "My Wife Is an Actress"--and in the 2003 romantic film "Bed and Breakfast." More recently he had a part in the U.K./French co-production "Atonement" and worked again with director Radu Mihaileanu on the music-themed drama "The Concert" in 2009.

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