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Bernard Campan in 2010
|Occupation||Humorist, comedian, film director, screenwriter|
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 .
|1987||Au secours… Tout va bien !||Les Inconnus||Les Inconnus|
|1989-90||Au secours… Tout va mieux !||Les Inconnus||Jacques Décombe||Molière Award for Best Comedy|
|1991||Isabelle a les yeux bleus||Les Inconnus||Jacques Décombe|
|1993||Le Nouveau Spectacle||Les Inconnus||Jacques Décombe|
|2016||Le Syndrome de l'écossais||Isabelle Le Nouvel||Jean-Louis Benoît|
|1982-86||Le Petit Théâtre de Bouvard||Various||Various||Also Writer|
|1985||Le téléphone sonne toujours deux fois!!||Ugo Campani||Jean-Pierre Vergne||Also Writer|
|1990-93||La télé des inconnus||Various||Bernard Flament, Jean-Paul Jaud|
& Gérard Pullicino
|TV Series (7 Episodes)|
7 d'Or for Best Broadcast - Special Class
|1995||The Three Brothers||Bernard Latour||Didier Bourdon & Bernard Campan||Also Director & Writer|
César Award for Best First Feature Film
|1997||The Bet||Bernard||Didier Bourdon & Bernard Campan||Also Director & Writer|
|1999||Augustin, King of Kung-Fu||Boutinot||Anne Fontaine|
|Doggy Bag||Taxi driver||Frédéric Comtet|
|Antilles sur Seine||West Indian maid||Pascal Légitimus|
|2001||Les Rois mages||Melchior||Didier Bourdon & Bernard Campan||Also Director & Writer|
|Beautiful Memories||Philippe||Zabou Breitman|| Cabourg Film Festival - Best New Actor |
Nominated - César Award for Best Actor
|2002||Jojo la frite||Tonio||Nicolas Cuche|
|Le cri||The Warrant||Emmanuel Robert-Espalieu||Short|
|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|
|2007||La face cachée||François||Bernard Campan||Also Director & Writer|
|Le coeur des hommes 2||Antoine||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)||François||Ivan Calbérac|
|Revivre||Antoine Lacombe||Haim Bouzaglo||TV Mini-Series|
|2010||Le café du pont||Maurice Perret||Manuel Poirier|
|No et moi||Lou's father||Zabou Breitman|
|2013||Le coeur des hommes 3||Antoine||Marc Esposito|
|2014||Les Trois Frères, le retour||Bernard Latour||Didier Bourdon & Bernard Campan||Also Director, Producer & Writer|
|Aïssa||Dr. Perrault||Clément Tréhin-Lalanne||Short|
|2015||La boule noire||Vincent Ferreira||Denis Malleval||TV Movie|
Luchon International Film Festival - Best Actor
|Presque comme les autres||Christophe||Renaud Bertrand||TV Movie|
|2017||Un sac de billes||Amboise Mancelier||Christian Duguay|
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