Julien Boisselier

About Julien Boisselier

Who is it?: Actor, Soundtrack
Birth Day: May 26, 1970
Birth Place:  Nantes, France, France
Birth Sign: Gemini
Occupation: Actor
Years active: 1996–present

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Julien Boisselier was born on May 26, 1970 in  Nantes, France, France, is Actor, Soundtrack. Like many actors, Julien Boisselier began in theater and then in the series he shot for the first time for television " Group Night " .Noticed in 1996 in the saga summer France 2 " In a large wind flowers", then revealed in the TV movie " Willingly or unwillingly ," the actor had no trouble seducing viewers ... It then turns many dramas "Summer beetles ", " The second truth ", " The Night of Murder ", " The one who left" ...Since then, he landed his first role in 2000 in " N7 " . Immediately after " Clara et moi ", " J'me not feel beautiful ", " We're going to love ", " It's a pleasure for me," " Please Do not you worry goest ",and roles, like Charles Gaessler , a young mentally disabled man in 2006 in the TV movie " Flowers for Algernon " in which he is particularly moving .In 2010, he plays Henry IV and, in a comedy "In the happiness of men."In 2011, he appeared in the series " Death at Edelweiss" with Claire Keim and continues with the series of TF1 " Cheers Colo " alongside Virginia Hocq and Titoff ,also in the film "White Night " by Frédéric Jardin alongside Tomer Sisley and Joey Starr. And in 2012 " The Chef " Daniel Cohen with Michael Youn and Jean Reno .In 2012, he also turns to France 2 " Brothers and Sisters" , a TV movie with Arbillot Pascale and Thierry Frémont .Film on TV, from comedy to drama , he can play everything and loves above all the diversity of roles .
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Boisselier was born and raised in Nantes before moving to Paris to study comedy at Le Cours Florent. He dated acclaimed French Actress Mélanie Laurent, though the two ended their relationship in February 2009. She dedicated her 2006 César Award for Most Promising Actress to him, which she won for Je vais bien, ne t'en fais pas.