Niels arestrup parents
Niels arestrup parents;- In keeping with his theatrical career, Niels Arestrup made his film debut in Miss O’Gynie et Les Hommes fleurs (1973). He has worked on several successful films over the years, including Stavisky, La Femme flic, La Dérobade, and La Rumba. However, it is at the television that he obtains more prominent roles: The Daily Tourbillon, La Cerisaie, Lulu, and Mademoiselle Julie. This brings him to the attention of the general population. Continuing his film career, he continues to travel and earns several significant roles. However, it is in celebrating the casting of Jacques Audiard’s De battre mon Coeur s’est arrêté (2005) that the comedian earns his first César, for best actor in a supporting role.
Returning to his fétiche réalisateur, he stars in Un prophète, which earns him his second César for best-supporting actor. Without leaving the stage, he is nominated for another César in 2014 for his performance in Quai d’Orsay. Since then, he has continued to travel on both the large and small screens and has mounted them on a regular basis on the walls. The life of a father is arduous! Particularly when, as is the case with Niels Arestrup, it is required to manage both his children’s education and his playing profession – both in film and on stage. The 72-year-old comic granted an interview to Parisian, which was published on Wednesday, June 2, in conjunction with the opening of Villa Caprice in cinemas that day.
The star of the big screen portrays a renowned lawyer in this film directed by Bernard Stora. A figure who, in a sense, reconnects him with his own experience. “I am aware that the persona was somewhat inspired by a renowned missing lawyer who perished in sad circumstances at sea (Editor’s note: Olivier Metzner),” he informs our colleagues. And to add: “He has this present problem of power and loneliness, of the impossibility of having a personal life when one is powerful and famous.” You merely need to look at our Republic’s renowned leaders.