History Creator / GerardDepardieu

3rd Jun '18 9:28:13 AM Saveelich
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His most famous roles in TV productions include [[BestServedCold Edmond Dantès]] in ''Series/{{The Count of Monte Cristo|1998}}'' (1998), Jean Valjean in ''Literature/LesMiserables'' (2000), Joseph Fouché in ''[[UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte Napoléon]]'' (2002) and the [[UsefulNotes/RasputinTheMadMonk Mad Monk]] himself in ''Rasputin'' (2011). Speaking of the latter, he's so popular in UsefulNotes/{{Russia}} that he officially became a Russian citizen in 2013, and was even asked to become Minister of Culture of an oblast in that country.

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His most famous roles in TV productions include [[BestServedCold Edmond Dantès]] in ''Series/{{The Count of Monte Cristo|1998}}'' (1998), Jean Valjean in ''Literature/LesMiserables'' (2000), Joseph Fouché in ''[[UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte Napoléon]]'' ''Napoléon'' (2002) and the [[UsefulNotes/RasputinTheMadMonk Mad Monk]] himself in ''Rasputin'' (2011). Speaking of the latter, he's so popular in UsefulNotes/{{Russia}} that he officially became a Russian citizen in 2013, and was even asked to become Minister of Culture of an oblast in that country.


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* ''Napoléon'' (2002) as Joseph Fouché
31st May '18 4:36:44 PM Saveelich
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His most famous roles in TV productions include [[BestServedCold Edmond Dantès]] in ''Series/{{The Count of Monte Cristo|1998}}'' (1998), Jean Valjean in ''Literature/LesMiserables'' (2000), Joseph Fouché in ''[[UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte Napoléon]]'' (2002) and the [[UsefulNotes/RasputinTheMadMonk Mad Monk]] himself in ''Rasputin'' (2011). Speaking of the latter, he's so popular in UsefulNotes/{{Russia}} that he officially became a Russian citizen in 2013, and was even considered for the Ministry of Culture of an oblast in that country.

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His most famous roles in TV productions include [[BestServedCold Edmond Dantès]] in ''Series/{{The Count of Monte Cristo|1998}}'' (1998), Jean Valjean in ''Literature/LesMiserables'' (2000), Joseph Fouché in ''[[UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte Napoléon]]'' (2002) and the [[UsefulNotes/RasputinTheMadMonk Mad Monk]] himself in ''Rasputin'' (2011). Speaking of the latter, he's so popular in UsefulNotes/{{Russia}} that he officially became a Russian citizen in 2013, and was even considered for the Ministry asked to become Minister of Culture of an oblast in that country.
31st May '18 4:35:57 PM Saveelich
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Basically, he's the go-to guy for leading roles in {{Period Piece}}s (either {{Historical Domain Character}}s or historical novel protagonists), as well as BigFun, BigEater, BoisterousBruiser, and GentleGiant roles in French cinema -- most often requiring to be a LargeHam, which he seems born to play. While most of his box office successes were comedies, he also garnered significant critical acclaim for his dramatic roles in pictures such as ''The Last Metro'' or ''Film/CyranoDeBergerac''.

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Basically, he's the go-to guy for leading roles in {{Period Piece}}s (either {{Historical Domain Character}}s or historical novel protagonists), as well as BigFun, BigEater, BoisterousBruiser, BigEater and GentleGiant BoisterousBruiser roles in French cinema -- most often requiring to be a LargeHam, which he seems born to play. While most of his box office successes were comedies, he also garnered significant critical acclaim for his dramatic roles in pictures such as ''The Last Metro'' or ''Film/CyranoDeBergerac''.
31st May '18 4:35:39 PM Saveelich
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Basically, he's the go-to guy for leading roles in {{Period Piece}}s (either {{Historical Domain Character}}s or historical novel protagonists), as well as {{Foil}}, LargeHam, BigFun, BigEater, BoisterousBruiser, and GentleGiant roles in French cinema. While most of his box office successes were comedies, he also garnered significant critical acclaim for his dramatic roles such as ''The Last Metro'' or ''Film/CyranoDeBergerac''.

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Basically, he's the go-to guy for leading roles in {{Period Piece}}s (either {{Historical Domain Character}}s or historical novel protagonists), as well as {{Foil}}, LargeHam, BigFun, BigEater, BoisterousBruiser, and GentleGiant roles in French cinema. cinema -- most often requiring to be a LargeHam, which he seems born to play. While most of his box office successes were comedies, he also garnered significant critical acclaim for his dramatic roles in pictures such as ''The Last Metro'' or ''Film/CyranoDeBergerac''.
26th Apr '18 6:15:24 AM Saveelich
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!!Selected filmography:

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** ''Film/LesComperes'' (1983) as Lucas ("[[TrueCompanions Pignon!]]")
** ''Les fugitifs'' (1986) as Lucas



* ''Film/LesComperes'' (1983) as Lucas ("[[TrueCompanions Pignon!]]")
* ''Les fugitifs'' (1986) as Lucas



* ''Series/{{The Count of Monte Cristo|1998}}'' (1998) as [[BestServedCold Edmond Dantès/The Count of Monte Cristo]]



* ''Literature/LesMiserables'' (2000) as Jean Valjean



* ''Marseille'' (Netflix series, 2016--) as Mayor Robert Taro



!!His French dubbing works include:

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* ''Series/{{The Count of Monte Cristo|1998}}'' (1998) as [[BestServedCold Edmond Dantès/The Count of Monte Cristo]]
* ''Literature/LesMiserables'' (2000) as Jean Valjean
* ''Marseille'' (Netflix series, 2016--) as Mayor Robert Taro

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11th Apr '18 1:36:37 PM Saveelich
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Basically, he's the go-to guy for many leading roles in {{Period Piece}}s (either {{Historical Domain Character}}s or historical novel protagonists), as well as {{Foil}}, LargeHam, BigFun, BigEater, BoisterousBruiser, and GentleGiant roles in French cinema. While most of his box office successes were comedies, he also garnered significant critical acclaim for his dramatic roles such as ''The Last Metro'' or ''Film/CyranoDeBergerac''.

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Basically, he's the go-to guy for many leading roles in {{Period Piece}}s (either {{Historical Domain Character}}s or historical novel protagonists), as well as {{Foil}}, LargeHam, BigFun, BigEater, BoisterousBruiser, and GentleGiant roles in French cinema. While most of his box office successes were comedies, he also garnered significant critical acclaim for his dramatic roles such as ''The Last Metro'' or ''Film/CyranoDeBergerac''.
11th Apr '18 1:33:54 PM Saveelich
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Gérard Xavier Marcel Depardieu (born 27 December 1948) is one of the most prominent French actors since his StarMakingRole in ''Film/LesValseuses'' in 1974. As of 2018, he has around 230 acting credits since 1967. Basically, he's the go-to guy for many leading roles in {{Period Piece}}s (either {{Historical Domain Character}}s or historical novel protagonists), as well as {{Foil}}, LargeHam, BigFun, BigEater, BoisterousBruiser, and GentleGiant roles in French cinema. While most of his box office successes were comedies, he also garnered significant critical acclaim for his dramatic roles such as ''The Last Metro'' or ''Film/CyranoDeBergerac''.

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Gérard Xavier Marcel Depardieu (born 27 December 1948) is one of the most prominent French actors since his StarMakingRole in ''Film/LesValseuses'' in 1974. As of 2018, he has around 230 acting credits since 1967.

Basically, he's the go-to guy for many leading roles in {{Period Piece}}s (either {{Historical Domain Character}}s or historical novel protagonists), as well as {{Foil}}, LargeHam, BigFun, BigEater, BoisterousBruiser, and GentleGiant roles in French cinema. While most of his box office successes were comedies, he also garnered significant critical acclaim for his dramatic roles such as ''The Last Metro'' or ''Film/CyranoDeBergerac''.
5th Apr '18 1:28:09 AM CyrilPMG
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* ''Film/TheReturnOfMartinGuerre'' (1982)
22nd Mar '18 1:58:14 AM CyrilPMG
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** ''Les Compères'' (1983) as Lucas ("[[TrueCompanions Pignon!]]")

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** ''Les Compères'' ''Film/LesComperes'' (1983) as Lucas ("[[TrueCompanions Pignon!]]")
3rd Mar '18 7:14:29 PM PaulA
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His most famous roles in TV productions include [[BestServedCold Edmond Dantès]] in ''Series/TheCountOfMonteCristo'' (1998), Jean Valjean in ''Literature/LesMiserables'' (2000), Joseph Fouché in ''[[UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte Napoléon]]'' (2002) and the [[UsefulNotes/RasputinTheMadMonk Mad Monk]] himself in ''Rasputin'' (2011). Speaking of the latter, he's so popular in UsefulNotes/{{Russia}} that he officially became a Russian citizen in 2013, and was even considered for the Ministry of Culture of an oblast in that country.

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His most famous roles in TV productions include [[BestServedCold Edmond Dantès]] in ''Series/TheCountOfMonteCristo'' ''Series/{{The Count of Monte Cristo|1998}}'' (1998), Jean Valjean in ''Literature/LesMiserables'' (2000), Joseph Fouché in ''[[UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte Napoléon]]'' (2002) and the [[UsefulNotes/RasputinTheMadMonk Mad Monk]] himself in ''Rasputin'' (2011). Speaking of the latter, he's so popular in UsefulNotes/{{Russia}} that he officially became a Russian citizen in 2013, and was even considered for the Ministry of Culture of an oblast in that country.



* ''Series/TheCountOfMonteCristo'' (1998) as [[BestServedCold Edmond Dantès/The Count of Monte Cristo]]

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* ''Series/TheCountOfMonteCristo'' ''Series/{{The Count of Monte Cristo|1998}}'' (1998) as [[BestServedCold Edmond Dantès/The Count of Monte Cristo]]
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