Franck Dubosc Biography
Franck Dubosc is a French professional actor, comedian, and stand up artist. He has appeared in many films and has earned popularity as a comedian.
Franck Dubosc Age
He was born on November 7, 1963, in Le Petit-Quevilly, Seine-Maritime. He is 55 years old as of 2018.
Franck Dubosc Family
He is the son of Lucien and Janine Dubosc. No information on his siblings is disclosed to the public.
Franck Dubosc Wife
He is the former spouse to Sabrina Dufay. He separated from Dufay in 2003, after five years. Dubosc later married Danièle Dubosc in mid-2009.
Franck Dubosc Children
He has two children with Mrs. Dubosc; Raphael (born January 6, 2010) and Mihlan (born October 28, 2012).
Franck Dubosc Educational Background
He was educated at Claude-Claude College.
Franck Dubosc Career
Dubosc began his career in 1979, making movies and TV shows.
He got breakthrough in film and on stage confirmation in 2000. He received great success in 2003 when he released his DVD titled Pour Toi, public. There, he played several characters in different situations. It recorded very high sales.
Over the years, Dubosc has engaged in comedy, playing different roles. He directed Tout le monde debout, which was released early in 2018.
Franck Dubosc Films | Movies
|1985||À nous les garçons||Cyril||Michel Lang|
|1986||Justice de flic||Hervé||Michel Gérard|
|Les gémeaux||Philippe||Philippe Sisbane|
|Félicien Grevèche||Michel Wyn|
|1987||Coronation Street||Patric Podevin||Ron Francis|
|1990||Des yeux couleur du temps||Francis||Philippe Sisbane|
|1991||De l’autre côté du parc||Philippe Sisbane|
|Bergerac||Gerard Cossec||Tony Dow|
|1993||Les yeux de Cécile||Jean-Pierre Denis|
|La tête en l’air||Olivier||Marlène Bertin|
|1994||Honorin et l’enfant prodigue||Frédéric||Jean Chapot|
|Highlander: The Series||Michel||Peter Ellis|
|1995||Les Cinq Dernières Minutes||Cop||Jean-Louis Lorenzi|
|1997||Sans cérémonie||Adrien Chailly||Michel Lang|
|Le serre aux truffes||Paul||Jacques Audoir|
|1998||Le clone||Bernard||Fabio Conversi|
|Charité biz’ness||TV Host||Thierry Barthes & Pierre Jamin|
|1999||Les parasites||Franck||Philippe de Chauveron|
|Trafic d’influence||Fabien||Dominique Farrugia|
|L’homme de ma vie||The shy||Stéphane Kurc|
|Des amis de 20 ans||Franck Tapiro|
|2000||Elie annonce Semoun||Various Characters||Élie Semoun|
|Nos jolies colonies de vacances||Philippe||Stéphane Kurc|
|2003||Elie annonce Semoun, la suite…||Various Characters||Élie Semoun|
|2004||Au secours, j’ai 30 ans!||Léo Melvil||Marie-Anne Chazel|
|2005||Iznogoud||The chamberlain||Patrick Braoudé|
|La famille Zappon||Oliver Duchenne||Amar Arhab & Fabrice Michelin|
|L’homme qui voulait passer à la télé||Amar Arhab & Fabrice Michelin|
|2006||Camping||Patrick Chirac||Fabien Onteniente|
|2007||Elie annonce Semoun, la suite de la suite||Various Characters||Élie Semoun|
|2008||Disco||Didier Travolta||Fabien Onteniente|
|Asterix at the Olympic Games||Assurancetourix||Frédéric Forestier& Thomas Langmann|
|Cinéman||Régis Deloux||Yann Moix|
|2010||Camping 2||Patrick Chirac||Fabien Onteniente|
|2011||Le marquis||Thomas Gardesse||Dominique Farrugia|
|Bienvenue à bord||Rémy Pasquier||Éric Lavaine|
|2012||Les seigneurs||David Léandri||Olivier Dahan|
|10 jours en or||Marc Bajau||Nicolas Brossette|
|Plan de table||Pierre||Christelle Raynal|
|A Turtle’s Tale 2: Sammy’s Escape from Paradise||Sammy||Vincent Kesteloot & Ben Stassen|
|2013||Boule & Bill||Papa Boule||Alexandre Charlot & Franck Magnier|
|Fiston||Antoine Chamoine||Pascal Bourdiaux|
|2015||Bis||Eric Drigeard||Dominique Farrugia|
|French Cuisine||François||Florent Siri|
|2016||Les Visiteurs: La Révolution||Gonzague de Montmirail||Jean-Marie Poiré|
|Camping 3||Patrick Chirac||Fabien Onteniente|
|Les têtes de l’emploi||Stéphane Martel||Alexandre Charlot & Franck Magnier|
|Finding Dory||Marlin||Andrew Stanton|
|Les Beaux Malaises||Himself||Éric Lavaine|
|2017||L’embarras du choix||The pastor||Éric Lavaine|
|Boule & Bill 2||Papa Boule||Pascal Bourdiaux|
|2018||Tout le monde debout||Jocelyn||Franck Dubosc|
|2019||All Inclusive||Jean-Paul Cisse||Fabien Onteniente|
Franck Dubosc Net Worth
His net worth is under review.
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Franck Dubosc Height
The star stands at a height of 1.8 meters.
Franck Dubosc Movie 2019 | All Inclusive
Dubosc is a writer and cast member in the 2019 film titled ‘All Inclusive’, a French 2019 film directed by Fabien Onteniente. In the film, two men go to a holiday camp abroad, all expenses paid.
The film was released early 2019 and has hit $6.5 million on the box office. It had a budget of $17.5 million.
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Franck Dubosc: “Let me have a chance to surprise you”
Interview. In “Everybody Stands Up”, the humorist puts on stage a first tender film about the love story between a dredger and a paraplegic woman, played by Alexandra Lamy. A nice surprise.
Paris Match. You treat disability in your movie. Where did this idea come from?
Franck Dubosc . She is actually at the crossroads of many things in my life. And then too, to be able to do an eighth-foot to the character of flirty that sticks to my skin . Sometimes I found myself cowardly to others. So, yes, the film evokes disability but, above all, it speaks of a man without courage, and things that will make him change deeply.
It’s a very tender film but sometimes with a funny humor, especially this scene where you question disabled people about their daily life …
I reduced it in the final editing of the film because it was even longer. I think it was necessary to go, without veiling the face, even to destabilize or shock. I did not want to forbid anything but do not fall into voyeurism. To say that there is a human behind the handicap, it is very beautiful but also very demagogic if we do not go to the end of the subject. We must explore the substance of the subject if we want to be able, even a little, to change minds. Maturity helping, I allow myself more this disturbing humor in the cinema and on stage. Above all, I am ready today to assume the criticisms.
What are your influences in comedy?
The Farrelly brothers, the Coen brothers. Mel Brooks too, even though I have not seen all his movies. I like this type of humor that may seem different from mine, I understand.
The other good idea of your movie is the choice of Alexandra Lamy, an actress rather far from your universe .
I do not find. I was looking for a popular, sunny, pretty woman who could enter my world. Eric Lavaine, with whom I shot three films, always told me: “Alexandra, it’s you as a girl.” She has invested a lot, she worked a lot on the handicap but also the violin, or the tennis . She has the talent to prepare her roles without being seen on the screen.
At the Alpe-d’Huez International Comedy Film Festival, where you chaired the jury, there have been many societal films. This is a trend that you think is currently heavy in French cinema?
They are mostly movies with background, tragi-comedies. They have surfed a lot of ethnic issues in recent years and are now engaging in more universal themes. Take Robin Sykes’ finale, where Thierry Lhermitte plays a grandfather with Alzheimer’s. This is the perfect example that is not afraid to move. I first wrote a dramatic plot before infusing comedy. And finally, the more the editing and the first screenings progressed, the more I cut these comic elements. I realized that the real treat with tenderness was enough to trigger the laughter.
The criticism, not soft with you, welcomes your film in a rather positive way. This surprises you?
I hoped so anyway, because it is the first time that I propose something different and especially very personal. I’ve talked a lot about this project, sometimes almost to defend myself from some things I’ve done before. It was my “Let me have a chance to surprise you”. I started in cinema with a character certainly popular but that does not force admiration. He’s a guy in a swimsuit at a campsite. And then, I learned my job as a movie actor as and when.
Does your “Camping” character still match you?
Patrick Chirac, I played it in the first film without dominating it. Then, from the second part, I took the liberty to make it evolve to my liking. He became more moving, more poetic. If there was a “Camping 4” today, Patrick would surely be too far from what the public expects. So, it’s very unlikely that he will come back.
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