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- Name: Gillet Andy
- Nationality: French
- Gender: Male
- Born: July 8, 1981
- Age: 36
He first appeared in theater in the title role of "Caligula", in a celebrated staging by Charles Berling. He made his television debut in 2005, in the role of Hugh Despenser the Younger in the remake miniseries "Les Rois maudits", based on the French novel series of the same name by Maurice Druon. He also appeared in series such as Éternelle and Un village français.
His debut in cinema came in 2006, with Nouvelle chance by Anne Fontaine and L'homme de sa vie by Zabou Breitman. The following year, he appeared in acclaimed director Eric Rohmer's final film, "Les Amours d'Astrée et de Céladon". Other films include, "Vieillesse ennemie", "Antique", and "La dérive", in the latter he also worked as an assistant director.
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