Olivier Rabourdin

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Olivier Rabourdin
Born (1959-03-03) 3 March 1959 (age 63)
Years active1985-present

Olivier Rabourdin (born 3 March 1959) is a French film actor. [1] [2] He has appeared in more than seventy films since 1985. In 2010 he was nominated for a French César Award in the category of Best Supporting Actor (Meilleur acteur dans un second rôle) for the role of Christophe in the film Of Gods and Men . [3]


Selected filmography

2018 The White Crow Alexinsky
2017 Burn Out Miguel
2016 Chocolat Monsieur Gemier
2015 My Golden Years Abel Dédalus
2014 The Price of Fame The Doctor
2014Nobody from NowherePierre Chambard
2014 Grace of Monaco Emile Pelletier
2014De guerre lasseMarchiani
2013 Eastern Boys Daniel
2013 The Dream Kids Christian
2012Jungle JihadDirector of the DCRI
2012Journey of No ReturnInspector Manuel
2012 Taken 2 Jean-Claude
2012Lost ParadiseHugo
2012 Augustine Bourneville
2011 A Gang Story Charles Bastiani
2011 Mister Bob SDECE agent.
2011 Midnight in Paris Paul Gauguin
2011 Nobody Else But You Commandant Colbert
2010 Love Crime The Judge
2010 Of Gods and Men ChristopheNominated for a César Award
2010 My Father's Guests Rémy
2009Animal HeartPaul
2009 Welcome Lieutenant Caratini
2008 Taken Jean-Claude
2007 La clef Tatoueur
2007 Actrices Marc
2005 Sky Fighters Général Président de la Commission
2005 13 Tzameti Benjamin Boudier
2004 Kings and Queen Jean-Jacques
2004 Ma Mère Robert
2003A SonCaptain Lopez
1999 The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc Richemont
1993Normal People are Nothing Exceptional
1985 The Satin Slipper A Fisherman
2015 The Last Panthers Roman1 episode
2014Les hommes de l'ombreBenoît Hussan6 episodes
2014 Rosemary's Baby Commissioner FontaineMini-Series
2013Mon ami PierrotSergeTV Movie
2012 Inquisitio Recteur de turennes8 episodes
2011The Gordji AffairJacques DorTV Movie
2011Les beaux mecsGuido7 episodes
2009-2014 Braquo Max Rossi2 episodes
2008 - 2010La cour des grandsJulien Valette14 episodes
2007ReportersPaul Guerin5 episodes
1998Nestor Burma The Mobster1 episode
1991 The Hitchhiker Denis LeBreaux1 episode

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