Julien Boisselier

Julien Boisselier

actor, director, writer

Julien Boisselier was born on May 26, 1970 in France. Julien Boisselier's big-screen debut came with Nationale 7 directed by Jean-Pierre Sinapi in 2000, strarring Jacques,le psy. Julien Boisselier is known for Mr & Mme Adelman directed by Nicolas Bedos, Doria Tillier stars as Sarah Adelman and Nicolas Bedos as Victor de Richemont dit Adelman. The most recent award Julien Boisselier achieved is Monte-Carlo TV Festival. The upcoming new tvshow Julien Boisselier plays is Visions - Season 1 which will be released on Apr 26, 2022.

Like many actors, Julien Boisselier began in theater and then in the series he shot for the first time for television " Group Night " .Noticed in 1996 in the saga summer France 2 " In a large wind flowers", then revealed in the TV movie " Willingly or unwillingly ," the actor had no trouble seducing viewers ... It then turns many dramas "Summer beetles ", " The second truth ", " The Night of Murder ", " The one who left" ...Since then, he landed his first role in 2000 in " N7 " . Immediately after " Clara et moi ", " J'me not feel beautiful ", " We're going to love ", " It's a pleasure for me," " Please Do not you worry goest ",and roles, like Charles Gaessler , a young mentally disabled man in 2006 in the TV movie " Flowers for Algernon " in which he is particularly moving .In 2010, he plays Henry IV and, in a comedy "In the happiness of men."In 2011, he appeared in the series " Death at Edelweiss" with Claire Keim and continues with the series of TF1 " Cheers Colo " alongside Virginia Hocq and Titoff ,also in the film "White Night " by Frédéric Jardin alongside Tomer Sisley and Joey Starr. And in 2012 " The Chef " Daniel Cohen with Michael Youn and Jean Reno .In 2012, he also turns to France 2 " Brothers and Sisters" , a TV movie with Arbillot Pascale and Thierry Frémont .Film on TV, from comedy to drama , he can play everything and loves above all the diversity of roles .

  • Birthday

    May 26, 1970
  • Place of Birth

    Nantes, France
  • Also known


Known For


4 wins & 0 nominations

Monte-Carlo TV Festival
Outstanding Actor in a Mini-Series
Winner - Golden Nymph
Television Films - Best Performance by an Actor
Winner - Golden Nymph
Lumiere Awards, France
Most Promising Young Actor (Meilleur espoir masculin)
Winner - Lumiere Award
Je vais bien, ne t'en fais pas (2006)
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