Bernard Campan

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Bernard Campan
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Bernard Campan in 2010
Born (1958-04-04) 4 April 1958 (age 61)
OccupationHumorist, comedian, film director, screenwriter
Years active1982–present

Bernard Campan (born 4 April 1958, in Agen) is a French actor, film director and writer. He is a member of Les Inconnus trio of humorists. He won a César Award for Best Debut for Les Trois Frères , and was nominated for best actor for his role in Se souvenir des belles choses .



1987Au secours… Tout va bien ! Les Inconnus Les Inconnus
1989-90Au secours… Tout va mieux ! Les Inconnus Jacques Décombe Molière Award for Best Comedy
1991Isabelle a les yeux bleus Les Inconnus Jacques Décombe
1993Le Nouveau Spectacle Les Inconnus Jacques Décombe
2016Le Syndrome de l'écossaisIsabelle Le Nouvel Jean-Louis Benoît


1982-86 Le Petit Théâtre de Bouvard VariousVariousAlso Writer
1985 Le téléphone sonne toujours deux fois!! Ugo CampaniJean-Pierre VergneAlso Writer
1990-93La télé des inconnusVariousBernard Flament, Jean-Paul Jaud
& Gérard Pullicino
TV Series (7 Episodes)
Also Writer
7 d'Or for Best Broadcast - Special Class
1995 The Three Brothers Bernard Latour Didier Bourdon & Bernard CampanAlso Director & Writer
César Award for Best First Feature Film
1997 The Bet Bernard Didier Bourdon & Bernard CampanAlso Director & Writer
1999 Augustin, King of Kung-Fu Boutinot Anne Fontaine
Doggy BagTaxi driverFrédéric Comtet
2000L'extraterrestreYeb Didier Bourdon
Antilles sur SeineWest Indian maid Pascal Légitimus
2001 Les Rois mages Melchior Didier Bourdon & Bernard CampanAlso Director & Writer
Beautiful Memories Philippe Zabou Breitman Cabourg Film Festival - Best New Actor
Nominated - César Award for Best Actor
2002Jojo la friteTonioNicolas Cuche
BâtardsCo-ProducerFrédéric Saurel
Le criThe WarrantEmmanuel Robert-EspalieuShort
2003 Le Cœur des hommes Antoine Marc Esposito
The Car Keys Himself Laurent Baffie
2004 Lightweight Chief Jean-Pierre Améris Also Producer
2005 How Much Do You Love Me? François Bertrand Blier
2006 The Man of My Life Frédéric Zabou Breitman
2007La face cachéeFrançoisBernard CampanAlso Director & Writer
Le coeur des hommes 2Antoine Marc Esposito
2009 One for the Road Marc Philippe Godeau
Park Benches The wicked neighbor Bruno Podalydès
Une semaine sur deux (et la moitié des vacances scolaires)FrançoisIvan Calbérac
RevivreAntoine LacombeHaim BouzagloTV Mini-Series
2010Le café du pontMaurice Perret Manuel Poirier
No et moi Lou's father Zabou Breitman
2013Le coeur des hommes 3Antoine Marc Esposito
2014 Les Trois Frères, le retour Bernard Latour Didier Bourdon & Bernard CampanAlso Director, Producer & Writer
AïssaDr. PerraultClément Tréhin-LalanneShort
2015La boule noireVincent FerreiraDenis MallevalTV Movie
Luchon International Film Festival - Best Actor
Presque comme les autresChristopheRenaud BertrandTV Movie
2017 Un sac de billes Amboise Mancelier Christian Duguay

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