French actors who were born in 1979

Here are 8 famous actors from France were born in 1979:

Jocelyn Quivrin

Jocelyn Quivrin (February 14, 1979 Dijon-November 15, 2009 Saint-Cloud) a.k.a. Jocelyn Beaufils-Guivrin, Jocelyn or Jozz was a French actor. He had one child, Charlie Quivrin.

Jocelyn Quivrin started his acting career in the late '90s in French television series and films. He became well-known for his role in the film "99 francs" in 2007. He also appeared in other notable films such as "Syriana" and "In His Hands." Aside from acting, Quivrin was passionate about cars and racing. He died tragically in a car accident in 2009 at the age of 30. His death was a shock to many in the industry, and numerous French actors and actresses shared their condolences on social media.

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Salim Kechiouche

Salim Kechiouche (April 2, 1979 Lyon-) is a French actor.

Kechiouche was born to Algerian parents in Lyon, France. He began his acting career in 2004 with a minor role in the French film "L'Esquive" directed by Abdellatif Kechiche. He gained wider recognition with his role in the popular French television series "Engrenages" (Spiral).

Kechiouche has since appeared in a number of films and television series, including "The String," "Blue Is the Warmest Colour," and "The Eddy." He has also worked on stage productions in France and internationally.

In addition to his acting work, Kechiouche is known for his activism. He has been an outspoken advocate for LGBTQ rights in France and has participated in numerous protests and demonstrations.

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Adan Jodorowsky

Adan Jodorowsky (October 29, 1979 France-) also known as Adanowsky, Adán Jodorowsky, Adam Jodorowski or Adam Jodorowsky is a French musician, actor, film producer, screenwriter and film score composer.

He is the son of Chilean-French filmmaker and artist Alejandro Jodorowsky and Mexican actress Valerie Trumblay. Adan Jodorowsky began his musical career at the age of 20 and has released several albums, including El Idolo in 2007 and Amador in 2014. In addition to his music career, he has also acted in films such as The Dance of Reality (2013) directed by his father, and has produced and scored music for films such as Endless Poetry (2016), also directed by his father. He has been praised for his eclectic and innovative sound, which draws from a variety of genres such as rock, pop, electronic music, and Latin American folk music.

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Salah (June 28, 1979 Saint-Denis-) also known as Salah Benlemqawanssa or Spider Salah is a French actor.

Salah began his career as a dancer and became known for his unique and creative moves. He later transitioned to acting, starring in various French films and television series. Salah was also a judge on the French version of the dance competition show, "So You Think You Can Dance." In addition to his entertainment career, he has also been involved in various charitable efforts, including working with the organization Dance United, which uses dance to empower marginalized communities. Salah's talents and dedication to his craft have made him a respected figure in the entertainment industry.

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François Sagat

François Sagat (June 5, 1979 Cognac, France-) a.k.a. Francois Sagat or Azzedine is a French model, film director and actor.

François Sagat originally started his career by working as a graphic designer and then as a renowned gay pornographic film actor beginning in 2000. He was noticed for his distinct shaved head, tattoos and muscular physique, which set him apart from other models working in the early 2000s. Sagat has also been featured in various artistic and mainstream productions, including the 2007 film "Saw VI" and the 2018 HBO series "The Deuce". He has also directed a number of adult films under his production company, which have been noted for their artistic quality and unique perspective. Despite leaving the adult film industry in 2013, Sagat has continued to work as a model, actor and director, and is still celebrated for his groundbreaking work in the adult entertainment industry.

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Max Boublil

Max Boublil (May 17, 1979 Paris-) a.k.a. Boublil, Max, Maximilian Boublil or Maximilien Léon Boublil is a French comedian, actor and singer.

He was born in a family of artists and spent his childhood backstage in theaters. Max Boublil began performing stand-up comedy in 2002 and quickly gained popularity thanks to his irreverent and offbeat humor. He became famous with his parody songs, such as "Chatroulette" and "J'aime les moches," which went viral on the internet.

In addition to his comedy career, Max Boublil has also pursued acting, appearing in several French films and TV shows, including "Les Gamins" and "Baba Yaga." He released his first album, "Le premier album de Max Boublil," in 2011, which was followed by two more albums, "En sketch et en live" and "2ème album." Max Boublil continues to perform stand-up comedy and release music, delighting audiences with his unique and humorous perspective on life.

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Yodelice (February 23, 1979 Créteil-) a.k.a. Maxime Nouchy, Maxim Nucci, Maxime Rodolphe Nouchy or Maxime Nucci is a French singer, actor, singer-songwriter, musician and songwriter. His child is called Aaron Nouchy.

Yodelice began his music career as lead guitarist for the French band Kyo in the early 2000s. He then started his solo career in 2009 and released his debut album "Tree of Life". Yodelice is known for his unique style which blends rock, folk, and blues elements. He has released four studio albums to date, and his most successful single "Sunday With A Flu" was a hit in France, Belgium, and Switzerland. Aside from his music, Yodelice has also worked as a composer for French films and television series. In addition, he has acted in several French films, including "Un Illustre Inconnu" and "Les Enfants de Timpelbach".

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Brahim Asloum

Brahim Asloum (January 31, 1979 Bourgoin-Jallieu-) is a French professional boxer and actor.

Asloum won a gold medal in the flyweight division at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. He turned pro in 2001 and had a successful career, winning the European flyweight title in 2005 and the WBA world light flyweight title in 2007. Asloum retired in 2010 with a record of 35 wins, 6 losses, and 2 draws.

In addition to his boxing career, Asloum has also dabbled in acting. He played the role of Marcel Cerdan in the 2007 film "La Môme" (in English, "La Vie en Rose"), which chronicles the life of singer Édith Piaf. Asloum has also appeared on French television in a number of shows, including "Danse avec les Stars" (the French version of "Dancing with the Stars").

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