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François Cluzet Cluzet's biggest international hit to date is "Intouchable" (known in most English-speaking territories as "The Intouchables"). Based on a true story, the film chronicles the friendship between a wealthy quadraplegic (Cluzet) and a young carer who has been recently released from jail. In March 2012 "The Intouchables" became the highest-grossing non-English language film yet released (not accounting for inflation).
François Cluzet Cluzet grew up in Paris, and made his stage debut in 1976. Three years later he made his premiere appearance on the big screen in "Cocktail Molotov" with Diane Kurys. A year later, Cluzet appeared in acclaimed family drama "Cheval d'orgueil" directed by Claude Chabrol. The two reunited in 1982 for "Les Fantômes du chapelier". In 1983, Cluzet acted in "L'Été meurtrier" with Jean Becker. He was nominated for a César award for best supporting role of the year, in the same year he made a list for best new male for film "Vive la sociale".
François Cluzet Cluzet has a gap and he then next collaborated with a number of major name French directors, all of whom had a predilection towards dramatic works: reuniting with Diane Kurys in 1983 for "Coup de foudre", reuniting with Bertrand Tavernier (to co-star in jazz film "Round Midnight" in 1985), Tony Gatlif ("Rue du départ", 1985), Claire Denis ("Chocolat", 1987), Pierre Jolivet ("Force majeure", 1988 and one new César nomination for best second male role), Bertrand Blier ("Trop belle pour toi", 1989) and again Robert Enrico ("La Révolution française"). Next, the actor worked with Claude Chabrol to play a husband tortured by jealousy in "L'Enfer" (1994) after having filmed with Chabrol in 1988 for "Une affaire de femmes".
François Cluzet François Cluzet (born 21 September 1955) is a French film and theatre actor. In 2007 Cluzet won a French César Award after starring as a doctor suspected of double homicide in thriller "Tell No One" (original title "Ne le dis à personne"). Cluzet may be best known for his role as Philippe in the international hit film "The Intouchables" (2011).
François Cluzet In 1994, Cluzet tried international cinema, acting in ensemble movie "Prêt-à-Porter" for director Robert Altman and romance "French Kiss" with Lawrence Kasdan. He returned to French cinema and comedy in 1995 with "Les Apprentis" (César nomination for best actor) and "Enfants de salaud" with Tonie Marshall, following a new Claude Chabrol : "Rien ne va plus" in 1997. Cluzet has often portrayed a role of the tormented writer: "Fin août, début septembre" with Olivier Assayas, "L'Examen de minuit" (1998), and "Je suis un assassin" (2004). He played the double of John Lennon in "Janis et John" (2003) and an animator of tele-shopping in "France Boutique" (2004). In 2005, he played in "Le Domaine perdu" with Raoul Ruiz. The film portrayed the 1973 coup d'état in Chile.