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François Cluzet

François Cluzet (born 21 September 1955) is a French film and theatre actor, best known in the English-speaking world for starring in the 2006 French film "Tell No One", based on the novel of the same name by the American author Harlan Coben. He won the 2007 César Award for Best Actor for his role as Dr Alexandre Beck in the film. François Cluzet grew up in Paris, and made a stage debut in 1976. He made his première appearance on the big screen in 1979 in Cocktail Molotov with Diane Kurys. A year later, Cluzet appears in Cheval d'orgueil written by Claude Chabrol, a director he works with again in 1982 for Les Fantômes du chapelier. In 1983, he plays in L'Été meurtrier with Jean Becker, for which he won a César nomination for best supporting role of the year, while at the same time making the list for best new male for his role in Vive la sociale.


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