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Guillaume de Tonquédec

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Guillaume de Tonquédec
Guillaume de Tonquédec 2017.jpg
Guillaume de Tonquédec in 2017
Born
Guillaume Emmanuel Marie de Quengo de Tonquédec

(1966-10-18) 18 October 1966 (age 55)
OccupationActor
Years active1986–present
Spouse(s)Christèle Marchal
Children3

Guillaume Emmanuel Marie de Quengo de Tonquédec (born 18 October 1966) is a French stage, television and film actor. He first earned fame in his homeland for his role as Renaud Lepic in the TV series Fais pas ci, fais pas ça (2007–2017) on France 2, before winning the César Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in What's in a Name? in 2013. De Tonquédec was made a Knight in the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2015 by Minister of Culture Fleur Pellerin.[1]

Career

A native of Paris, Guillaume de Tonquédec grew up in Louveciennes. He studied economics and English at Paris Nanterre University until he joined the Conservatoire national supérieur d'art dramatique in Paris in 1986 for a three-year programme. In 1989, he began his stage career with a national tour in John Millington Synge's The Playboy of the Western World.

De Tonquédec at the 38th César Awards
De Tonquédec at the 38th César Awards

He gained recognition in film in Krzysztof Kieslowski's The Double Life of Veronique (1991), followed by his role as Claude Jade's son Jules Martin in List of Merite (1992). In 1996, he starred in Raúl Ruiz's Three Lives and Only One Death.

In 2007, De Tonquédec started starring in the successful TV series Fais pas ci, fais pas ça, which propelled him to stardom in France alongside fellow actors Valérie Bonneton, Isabelle Gélinas and Bruno Salomone.[2][3] In 2013, he won the César Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Claude Gatignol in What's in a Name?. Co-star Valérie Benguigui won the César Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Élisabeth Garraud-Larchet. De Tonquédec had been nominated two years prior for the Molière Award for Best Supporting Actor for the same role he held in the eponymous play in Paris's Théâtre Édouard VII, upon which the film was based.

He was subsequently nominated twice for the Molière Award for Best Actor, in 2017 and 2020.

Personal life

Guillaume de Tonquédec, whose ancestors owned the Château de Tonquédec in Brittany from 1626 to 1801 and again from 1828 until 1878, is married to interior designer Christèle Marchal. They reside in L'Étang-la-Ville, Yvelines. They have three children: Amaury, Timothé and Victoire.

Filmography

Year Title Role Director Notes
1986 Cours privé Pierre Granier-Deferre
On a volé Charlie Spencer! Francis Huster
1987 Travelling avant Jean-Charles Tacchella
1988 Civilisations Onias Patrick Meunier TV mini-series
1989 Deux Olivier Muller Claude Zidi
Les nuits révolutionnaires François Charles Brabant TV mini-series
1991 The Double Life of Véronique Serge Krzysztof Kieślowski
Faux frère Vincent Martorana TV short
Les enfants de la plage Benjamin Williams Crépin TV movie
1992 List of Merite Jules Martin Charles Nemes
1994 Le misanthrope Acaste Mathias Ledoux TV movie
1995 La vie de Marianne Mr. Villot Benoît Jacquot TV movie
1996 Notre homme Eric Élisabeth Rappeneau TV movie
Three Lives and Only One Death Raúl Ruiz
1998 Le comptoir Paul Sophie Tatischeff
Cap des Pins Jean TV series
Nestor Burma A cop Philippe Venault TV series (1 episode)
Une femme d'honneur Vidal Marion Sarraut TV series (1 episode)
1999 La voleuse de Saint-Lubin Mr. Mangeot Claire Devers
2000 Most Promising Young Actress SNCF employee Gérard Jugnot
Lise et André The young religious Denis Dercourt
2001 Chère Marianne Dimitri Bernard Uzan TV series (3 episodes)
Le marathon du lit Jean-Claude Bruno Gantillon TV movie
2003 Ruby & Quentin The hospital intern Francis Veber
Mon papa à moi Stefan Le Lay Short
Une femme d'honneur François Guéret David Delrieux TV series (1 episode)
2004 Navarro Jean-Baptiste Jean Sagols TV Series (1 episode)
2005 Le baiser Stefan Le Lay (2) Short
Les Parrains Minister Gatignol Frédéric Forestier
Au bar des amis Olivier Monot Short
2006 La sainte Catherine Laurent Preyale TV movie
SoeurThérèse.com Bertrand Tardy Christophe Douchand TV series (1 episode)
2007 Avocats & associés Franck Bazin Alexandre Pidoux TV series (1 episode)
La maison The lawyer Manuel Poirier
2007–2017 Fais pas ci, fais pas ça Renaud Lepic TV series (68 episodes & 2020 Christmas special)
Nomination at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series (2011, 2012, 2013)
2006–2008 Commissaire Cordier Thomas Sorensen TV series (10 episodes)
2008 Complot d'amateurs Jean-Jacques Melfort Vincent Monnet TV movie
Love Me No More Sébastien Jean Becker
Le nouveau monde Sinon Étienne Dhaene TV movie
Sur le fil Éric Mignon Bruno Garcia TV series (1 episode)
Let's Talk About the Rain Stéphane Agnès Jaoui
2009 Camping Paradis Paul Philippe Proteau TV series (1 episode)
Louis la Brocante Arnaud Pavan Pierre Sisser TV series (1 episode)
2010 Camus Michel Gallimard Laurent Jaoui TV movie
Famille d'accueil Julien Bertrand Arthuys TV series (1 episode)
Les meilleurs amis du monde Édouard Teston Julien Rambaldi
Les Diamants de la victoire Count of Jobourg Vincent Monnet (2) TV movie
Profilage The doc Eric Summer
Pascal Lahmani
Christophe Lamotte
TV series (12 episodes)
2011 Qui a envie d'être aimé? The good student Anne Giafferi
L'autre The neighbour Julie Sellier Short
Mike Mr. Lejeune Lars Blumers
2012 What's in a Name? Claude Gatignol Alexandre de La Patellière
Matthieu Delaporte
César Award for Best Supporting Actor
2013 Au bonheur des ogres Sainclair Nicolas Bary
2014 Divin Enfant Eric Olivier Doran
Barbecue Yves Éric Lavaine
SMS Laurent Gabriel Julien-Laferrière
Summer Nights Michel Aubertin / Mylène Mario Fanfani
La Vie à l'envers Stéphane Anne Giafferi (2) TV movie
2015 Belles familles Jean-Michel Varenne Jean-Paul Rappeneau
The Student and Mister Henri Paul Voizot Ivan Calbérac
2017 Bonne Pomme The mayor Florence Quentin
Coexister Benoît Fabrice Eboué
Le Département Director Guillaume TV series
2018 Speakerine Pierre Beauval Laurent Tuel TV mini-series
2019 Let's Dance Rémi Ladislas Chollat
Roxane Raymond Mélanie Auffret
Place des victoires Bruno Yoann Guillouzouic

Book

  • Les Portes de mon imaginaire, Éditions de L'Observatoire, 2018

References

External links

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