Yvan Attal



He stud­ied act­ing at dra­ma school Cours Flo­rent and won the César Award for Most Promis­ing Actor in 1990 for his role in Éric Rochant’s Love With­out Pity. In 2001, he wrote and direct­ed his first fea­ture film My Wife Is an Actress. Along­side his film­mak­er career, he worked as an actor for cin­e­ma (Lucas Bel­vaux’ Rapt, Steven Spielberg’s Munich…), tele­vi­sion (series Ad vitam…) and the­ater (“Race” by David Mamet, “The Son” by Flo­ri­an Zeller). Les Choses humaines is his sev­enth fea­ture film.

2021 Les Choses humaines 2019 My Dog Stu­pid 2017 Le Brio 2016 The Jews 2012 Do Not Dis­turb 2004 Hap­pi­ly Ever After 2001 My Wife Is an Actress

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