Cris Campion – The biography of Cris Campion with Voici.fr

Thierry Campion, known as Cris Campion, is an actor born September 1, 1966 in Versailles. It is first career in music that he begins his artistic. Drummer in an 80s band, he was spotted by star agent Dominique Besnehard and landed the role of Jean-Baptiste, alias La Grenouille, in piratedirected by Roman Polanski in 1986.

Nominated for the César for best male hope, this first role marks the beginning of a prolific career in cinema for the budding actor. main role of field of honor in 1987, he was once again in the running for this prestigious award and then went on to projects. Succession to the poster ofA sketch (1987), Beyond Therapy (1987), The Exquisite Corpses of Patricia Highsmith (1990), The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones (1992) or else Too much money (1992), the actor alternated between American, British and French productions, and made a name for himself.

In 1993, he performed Pepin the Hunchback in the TV movie Charlemagne, the prince on horseback. On the set, the actor meets Anny Duperey with whom he lives a romance of more than ten years. He finds the actress in A wonderful familyseries in which he made an appearance in 2000. Subsequently, he joined the cast of Leave your hands on my hipsdirected by Chantal Lauby in 2003, and is illustrated in multiple detective series like Julie Lescaut (2003), Frank Riva (2004), PJ (2006) or even Research section (2007).

Between 2008 and 2009, already known to French viewers, the actor played the character of Cédric Morel in the popular soap opera More beautiful life.

On the private side, from 1993 and for more than ten years, he lived a romance with actress Anny Duperey, nineteen years his senior. He has a daughter named Cléo Campion, born of his union with actress Guilhaine Dubos.