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Philippe Rickwaert szerepében:
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.
Amélie Dorendeu szerepében:
Anna Mouglalis 1978-04-26 Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France
Anna Mouglalis (born April 26, 1978) is a French actress. Description above from the Wikipedia article Anna Mouglalis, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Véronique Bosso szerepében:
Astrid Whettnall 1971-03-17 Uccle, Belgium
Astrid Whettnall (née Ullens de Schooten Whettnall, known as Astrid Whettnall; born 17 March 1971) is a Belgian stage and film actress. She studied at the Kleine Academy in Brussels and began working in theatre. Her film credits include Capital (2012), In the Name of the Son (2012), Salaud, on t'aime (2014), Yves Saint Laurent (2014), Marguerite (2015), and Close Enemies (2018). She received the Magritte Award for Best Actress for her work in Road to Istanbul (2016). She is daughter of Charles-Albert Ullens de Schooten Whettnall (1927-2006) and his wife Countess Madeleine Berndotte (b. 1938). Through her maternal grandfather Prince Carl Bernadotte, she is great-great-granddaughter of King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway and King Frederick VIII of Denmark; being she a third cousin of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, second cousin of King Philippe of Belgium and Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg and second cousin, once removed, of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece. She is also a descendant of King George II of Great Britain and King William I of the Netherlands. Source: Article "Astrid Whettnall" from Wikipedia in English, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.
Olivier Markarian szerepében:
Alex Lutz 1978-08-24 Strasbourg, France
Alex Lutz (born 24 August 1978) is a French actor, comedian and director. He is best known for his role of Catherine in La revue de presse de Catherine et Liliane in Le Petit Journal. He has worked with comedians like Malik Bentalha, Pierre Palmade, Michèle Laroque, Jean-Loup Dabadie, Sylvie Joly, Audrey Lamy in different plays and one man shows as a comedian or director.