| Actor, Stage director|| 1979-present|
| 22 June 1958 (age 58) (1958-06-22) Douai, France|
L'enfant de la montagne noire
Molière Award for Best Theatre Company
Didier Jeunesse, Gorgone Productions
César Award for Most Promising Actor
First Name: Carmen, Anton Tchékhov 1890, Violette, Venus Beauty Institute, The Page Turner
René Féret, Denis Podalydès, Olivier Ducastel, Jacques Martineau, Martin Provost
Jacques Bonnaffé (born 22 June 1958) is a French actor and stage director. He has appeared in more than ninety films since 1980.
Jacques Bonnaffé was formed at the Lille Conservatory after his high school years in Douai (North) where he practiced amateur theater.
At 20, he started in the film Anthracite directed by Édouard Niermans.
In 1995, he is the French voice of actor Kevin Spacey in the film The Usual Suspects.
He is also dedicated to poetry and readings of Arthur Rimbaud, Jules Mousseron or other authors such as Ludovic Janvier, Valérie Rouzeau, Jacques Darras or Jean-Pierre Verheggen. He directs plays with contemporary authors like Joseph Danan, Jean-Christophe Bailly in Nature loves to hide. Since September 2015 he is everyday on France Culture for his column "Jacques Bonnaffé read Poetry".
He also recorded several audio books:Discourse on the Method by René Descartes (2003)
Gargantua by François Rabelais (2004)
La main coupée by Blaise Cendrars (2005)
L'Oral et Hardi by Jean-Pierre Verheggen (2003)
L'Oral et Hardi by Jean-Pierre Verheggen (2013), Camino Verde version
Jacques Bonnaffé Wikipedia