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Hatik 1992-11-26 Chevreuse, Yvelines, France

Clément Daniel Maxime Penhoat (born November 26, 1992, in Chevreuse), better known by his stage name Hatik, is a French rapper and actor from Guyancourt, Yvelines. He was known for his musical project Chaise pliante starting 2018. His biggest hit to date is "Angela". In 2020 he obtained a leading role of Apash in the French TV series Validé broadcast on Canal+. Source: Article "Hatik" from Wikipedia in English, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.

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The Tower poszter
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Ida szerepében:
Noémie Schmidt 1990-11-18 Sion, Valais, Switzerland

Noémie Schmidt (born 18 November 1990) is a Swiss actress, most notable for her television and film work, including Henrietta of England in Versailles (2015–2017). Her role in The Student and Mister Henri (2015) won her the Prix Premiers Rendez-vous (Best Newcomer) at the 2016 Cabourg Film Festival and a nomination for the César Award for Most Promising Actress the same year. Her other work includes For This Is My Body (2015) and Radin! (2016) and the television films Daddy's Little Girl (2014) and Le premier été (2014). The daughter of a lawyer and a biologist, Schmidt became interested in performing at an early age. From 2004 to 2008 she sang in the choir of the Schola de Sion (in Valais, Switzerland), developing her vocal technique and training in classical singing. After a trip to the United States, she moved to Brussels where she studied theatre at the Lassaad International School of Theatre, and gave singing lessons to children at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie. She made her screen debut in 2012, in a short film by Ewa Brykalska entitled Coda. Her performance was praised and she won several prizes in festivals dedicated to short films. Noticed for her talent, she turned to television in 2013 with Toi que j'aimais tant by Mary Higgins Clark, followed by Le premier été of Marion Sarraut, in 2014. That year, she made her cinema debut in the feature film La Fille sûre by Victor Emmanuel Boinem. She then won the title role of The Student and Mister Henri, in 2015, alongside Claude Brasseur. The film earned her a nomination for the César Award for Most Promising Actress, and won her the Prix Premiers Rendez-vous (Best Newcomer) at the 2016 Cabourg Film Festival. That same year, she portrayed Henrietta of England in the series Versailles (2015-) on Canal+. In 2016, she starred in the French comedy film Radin! by Fred Cavayé, alongside Dany Boon, Laurence Arné, and Patrick Ridremont. Source: Article "Noémie Schmidt" from Wikipedia in English, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.

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Policière szerepében:
Camille Lou 1992-05-22 Maubeuge, Nord, France

Camille Houssière (born 22 May 1992), better known as Camille Lou, is a French singer. She is well known for her roles in musicals, including 1789: Les Amants de la Bastille in the role of Olympe, and La Légende du roi Arthur in the role of Reine Guenièvre. Camille Lou was born 22 May 1992 in Bersillies, near Maubeuge. Her father was a singer and guitarist for the group Paradoxe, thus she and her two older sisters were exposed to music at a young age, each later learning to play an instrument, Camille played the violin. At the age of twelve, she won a local singing competition, les Voix de Noël, in Hautmont. She attended lycée Notre-Dame de Grâce à Maubeuge. After having obtained her baccalaureate she attended the University of Valenciennes. In January 2010, with the help of her guitar teacher at the time, Camille began her solo career under the pseudonym Jimmie. She began to sing and completed her first album La Grande Aventure, in pop-folk style. She made many appearances under her pseudonym, notably for her work on Coeur de Pirate's album in March 2010. On 15 September 2017, she released the single "Self Control". Being friends with fellow singers Nuno Resende and Merwan Rim, she was encouraged by the latter to sing in front of Dove Attia, a musical producer with whom Resende and Rim had both worked on Mozart, l'opéra rock. While attending a Parisian restaurant one evening, Camille and her family by chance were there at the same time as musical producer Dove Attia and singers from Mozart, l'opéra rock. Camille was encouraged by Rim to sing Falling Slowly from the film Once in front of Attia. Despite Camille having little prior experience in musical theatre, Attia was impressed and invited Camille to audition for his next musical. She sang a collection of songs from Mozart, l'opéra rock among others and finally in 2011, she won the role of Olympe, servant of Marie Antoinette in the musical 1789: Les Amants de la Bastille. Camille starred in the role for two runs of the show at the Palais des Sports in Paris as well as the 2012 tour around the country. In 2014, Dove Attia proposed the role of Guenièvre (Guinivere) to Camille in his new musical, La Légende du roi Arthur, also featuring Florent Mothe's Arthur and Zaho's Morgane (Morgana). The musical was first performed on 17 September 2015 at Palais des congrès de Paris and toured France in 2016. Camille appears in her role in music videos for "Mon combat (Tir Nam Beo)", "Quelque chose de magique", and "Auprès d'un autre" (the latter also features peaks at the activity behind the scenes). In December 2014, she recorded a song for the album We Love Disney with Garou, a cover of the song "Beauty and the Beast" from the Disney film of the same name. She participated in the album Forever Gentlemen Volume 2 singing a cover of "La soleil de ma vie" with Amir. She also was featured in a photoshoot for Tara Jarmon. Following 1789: Les Amants de la Bastille, she became dedicated to her solo projects but also equally to her band composed of five singers that performed in Les Chansons d'abord at the side of Natasha St-Pier, broadcast each Sunday at 5 pm on France 3. Camille was cast as Hélène Barignet in Emmanuel Fricero's film Marché noir. ... Source: Article "Camille Lou" from Wikipedia in English, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.

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Je te promets poszter
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Open Season poszter
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Nicolas Godart

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Raphaël Ferret 1979-03-09 Vénissieux, Rhône, France

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Kad Merad 1964-03-27 Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria

Kad Merad is a French-Algerian filmmaker and actor who has acted both on stage and on screen. Kad Merad was born in Sidi Bel Abbès, Algeria, on March 27, 1964 to an Algerian father and a French mother. During his teens, he played drums and sang with various rock bands. Soon afterwards, he started playing as an animator in Club Med alongside the Gigolo Brothers troop. In 1990, he was hired by Ouï FM, the Paris Rock genre station where he met Olivier Baroux. The duet most known as Kad & Olivier began working together and started their own show, the Rock'n Roll Circus, introducing some of their most famous sketches (Pamela Rose, Teddy Porc Fidèle...). The early success of the show allowed them to meet Jean-Luc Delarue who brought their act to TV. In 1999, they began appearing on the French Satellite TV channel Comédie+ on their own show, La Grosse Emission. At the same time, Merad started his Cinema career with a lot of secondary roles. In 2003, he scored his First box-office success with Mais Qui a tué Pamela Rose?, co-written with Baroux. In 2007, Kad received the César Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Je vais Bien, ne t'en fais pas! and appears in AaRON's film soundtrack video clip. His best challenger was Dany Boon. During the shooting of Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis, this friendly struggle was a running joke between the two of them. That same year, he made his first appearance with Les Enfoirés music troop and is still one of its members. He was also inducted as the Godfather of the Telethon. The next year, he starred as Phillipe Abrams in the French movie Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis. The film was a surprise - and phenomenal - success in France and Europe, becoming the best-attended movie ever made in France, with 21 million moviegoers.

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Père Ida szerepében:
Jean-Marc Barr 1960-09-27 Bitburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jean-Marc Barr (born on 27 September 1960 in Bitburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany) is a French-American film actor and director. His mother is French. His American father was in the US Air Force and served in the Second World War. Jean-Marc Barr is primarily known as an actor, but is also a film director, screenwriter and producer. Barr is bilingual in French and English: he speaks French with a nasal, hybrid accent, reminiscent of his American upbringing - with a slight American accent and occasional anglicisms in interviews - and English with a Mid-Atlantic accent. He studied philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles, the Paris Conservatoire and the Sorbonne. He went on to pursue an education in drama at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. In London he met his future wife, a pianist and composer Irina Dečermić. Jean-Marc Barr began working in theatre in France in 1986. After some television roles and film work, in particular, Hope and Glory (1987) by John Boorman, he was cast in the tremendously successful The Big Blue (1988). Luc Besson cast him in the role of French diver Jacques Mayol. He played in the role opposite Rosanna Arquette and Jean Reno. The Big Blue was the most financially successful film in France in the 1980s. In 1991, he starred in Danish director Lars von Trier's Europa, marking the beginning of a long friendship (he is the godfather of von Trier's children) as well as a significant professional relationship. He went on to appear in von Trier’s Europa (1991), Breaking the Waves (1996), Dancer in the Dark (2000), Dogville (2004) and Manderlay (2005). Also in 2005 he starred in the French film Crustacés et Coquillages. His collaboration with von Trier put him on track to start directing his own work. He debuted in 1999 as a director, screenwriter and producer with the intimate love story Lovers. This film became the first part of a trilogy; the two subsequent parts being the drama Too Much Flesh (2000) and the comedy Being Light (2001) which he co-directed with Pascal Arnold. He may also be recognized for his role as the attractive divorce lawyer, Maitre Bertram in the Merchant Ivory film le Divorce (2003). He appeared as Hugo in The Red Siren in 2002. He appeared as the main character in the video for Blur's 1995 single, "Charmless Man". Description above from the Wikipedia article Jean-Marc Barr, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Stefano Cassetti 1974-09-04 Brescia, Lombardia, Italia

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Into the Night poszter
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Eine Billion Dollar poszter
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Young & Beautiful poszter
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Vincent Rottiers 1986-06-17 Évry, Essonne, France

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Jusqu'ici tout va bien poszter
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Renoir poszter
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