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Michel Fau

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Years active  1984–present
Name  Michel Fau
Role  Comedian

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Born  1964 (age 50–51)Agen, France
Occupation  Actor, comedian, theatre director
Siblings  Bernard Fau, Jean-Marie Fau, Pascale Fau
Nominations  Moliere Award for Best Actor in an Private Theatre Show, Moliere Award for Best Director of a Private Theatre Show
Movies  Marguerite, Swimming Pool, 9 Month Stretch, Harry - He's Here to Help, Gaspard le bandit
Similar People  Catherine Frot, Julie Depardieu, Dominik Moll, Albert Dupontel, Jean‑Michel Ribes

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Michel Fau (born 1964) is a French comedian, actor and theatre director.


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Personal life

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At 18, he left his hometown for training at French National Academy of Dramatic Arts from 1986 to 1989. He trained with Michel Bouquet, Gerard Desarthe and Pierre Vial.

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He has appeared on stage regularly in works directed by Olivier Py and he also worked with Olivier Desbordes, Jean Sébastien Rajon, Pierre Guillois, Jean-Luc Lagarce, Jean-Michel Rabeux, Jean-Claude Penchenat, Laurent Gutmann, Stéphane Braunschweig, Jacques Weber, Sandrine Kiberlain, Léa Drucker, Gaspard Ulliel, Julie Depardieu, Charlotte de Turckheim, Chantal Ladesou, Catherine Frot, Samir Guesmi, ...

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In cinema, he worked with directors like Jean-Paul Rappeneau, Gilles Bourdos, Albert Dupontel, Dominik Moll, François Ozon, Benoît Jacquot, Noémie Lvovsky, Nina Companeez, Jean-Michel Ribes, Xavier Giannoli, Christophe Honoré, Josée Dayan, André Téchiné, ...

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He occasionally directs an interpretation workshop at the French National Academy of Dramatic Arts.

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During the Night of the 2011 Molière Award, he made a cover of Carla Bruni's song Quelqu'un m'a dit in a parody of classical singer.


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