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Born: July 29, 1955 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: France Profession: actor

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The dark-haired, charismatic Anglade made his feature film debut in a small role in "L'Indiscretion" (1982) and followed with a critically-lauded leading role in Patrice Chereau's "L'Homme blesse/The Wounded Man" (1983). In the latter, the 28 year-old played a gay teenager who becomes infatuated with a criminal (Vittorio Mezzogiorno) whom he kills in a fit of passion. Anglade was featured in a minor role in Richard Dembo's Oscar-winning "Dangerous Moves/La Diagonale du fou" (1984) before gaining exposure as Zorg, the narrator of Jean-Jacques Beineix's story of obsessive love "Betty Blue/37.2 le matin" (1985). That same year, he was featured as a roller-skater in Luc Besson's "Subway".Anglade went on to portray a doctor in love with Nastassja Kinski in the romantic drama "Maladie d'amour" (1987). In his first (mostly) English-language film, 1989's "Nocturne indien/Indian Nocturne", he was a man, searching in vain for a friend who had disappeared in India, who begins to assume the missing person's identity. Anglade won praise for his magnetism and skill in essaying a neutral character who eventually develops an ambiguity as he travels across the sub-continent. In Besson's "Nikita/La femme Nikita"...

The dark-haired, charismatic Anglade made his feature film debut in a small role in "L'Indiscretion" (1982) and followed with a critically-lauded leading role in Patrice Chereau's "L'Homme blesse/The Wounded Man" (1983). In the latter, the 28 year-old played a gay teenager who becomes infatuated with a criminal (Vittorio Mezzogiorno) whom he kills in a fit of passion. Anglade was featured in a minor role in Richard Dembo's Oscar-winning "Dangerous Moves/La Diagonale du fou" (1984) before gaining exposure as Zorg, the narrator of Jean-Jacques Beineix's story of obsessive love "Betty Blue/37.2 le matin" (1985). That same year, he was featured as a roller-skater in Luc Besson's "Subway".

Anglade went on to portray a doctor in love with Nastassja Kinski in the romantic drama "Maladie d'amour" (1987). In his first (mostly) English-language film, 1989's "Nocturne indien/Indian Nocturne", he was a man, searching in vain for a friend who had disappeared in India, who begins to assume the missing person's identity. Anglade won praise for his magnetism and skill in essaying a neutral character who eventually develops an ambiguity as he travels across the sub-continent. In Besson's "Nikita/La femme Nikita" (1990), he was Marco, the unknowing boyfriend of Anne Parillaud's assassin-for-hire. Anglade appeared in the two-hander "Nuit d'ete en ville/A Summer Night in Town" (also 1990), as a gardener engaging in a sexual encounter with a teacher (Marie Trintignant). In the fantasy "Gawin" (1991), he essayed the role of a terminally ill young boy's father who pretends to be an extra-terrestrial to fulfill his son's dreams. He further demonstrated his range with his award-winning portrayal of King Charles IX opposite Isabelle Adjani's "La Reine Margot/Queen Margot" directed by Patrice Chereau. In Roger Avary's "Killing Zoe" (both 1994), Anglade was galvanizing as the mastermind of a bank robbery that goes fatally awry. He played a ruthlessly charming publisher courting Emmanuelle Beart in "Nelly & Mr. Arnaud" (1995).

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Tonka (1997) Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Marquis, Le (2011)
2.
 Villa Amalia (2009)
3.
 Borderline (2008)
4.
 Hidden Face (2008)
5.
 Taking Lives (2004) Duval
6.
 It's Easier For a Camel (2003) Pierre
7.
 Mortal Transfer (2001) Michel Durand
8.
 En face (2000) Jean Dorset
9.
 Prof, Le (2000) Alexandre
10.
 Intimacy (2000) Iav (French Language Version)
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1970:
Arrested for stealing chocolate at age 15 (date approximate)
1982:
Feature film debut small role in "L'Indiscretion"
1983:
First leading role in Patrice Chereau's "L'Homme blesse/The Wounded Man"
1985:
First collaboration with Luc Besson, "Subway", co-starring Isabelle Adjani
1989:
First English-language performance, "Nocturne indien/Indian Nocture"
1990:
Co-starred in Besson's "Nikita/La femme Nikita"
1994:
Co-starred with Isabelle Adjani in Chereau's "La Reine Margot/Queen Margot"
1997:
Feature screenwriting and directorial debut, "Tonka"; also starred
2000:
Starred in "En Face"
2001:
Had leading role in "Mortel transfert/Mortal Transfer", directed by Jean-Jacques Beineix
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Education

Conservatoire d'Art Dramatique de Paris: - 1980

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companion:
Pamela Soo. Model, actor. Together from c. 1992; born in India; co-starred in "Tonka".

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