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    Loïc Corbery


    Loïc Corbery


    Originally from Avignon, he quickly discovered the theater thanks to his parents (his father was an engineer and his mother a professor of literature). At the age of six, he accidentally met Agnès Varda, who cast him in the short film she was shooting in Avignon at the time. The short film is called 7 rooms kitchen and bathroom. After his baccalaureate, he left for Paris to follow theatrical studies at the Périmony course. He then joined the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art, where he studied from 1997 to 2000, in the classes of Stuart Seide and Jacques Lassalle. In 2003, he played in Le jour du destin and won a nomination for the Molières 2004 for male theatrical revelation. In addition to the theatre, he can be seen in several French television series, most often for an episode, but he also held recurring roles, such as in the series Commissaire Valence, broadcast on TF1, with Bernard Tapie in the title role. Loïc Corbery receiving the Swann d'Or at the 2014 Cabourg Film Festival. He joined the Comédie-Française in 2005, where he was particularly noticed for his interpretations in Le Cid by Pierre Corneille, directed by Brigitte Jaques and The Taming of the Shrew by Shakespeare, directed by Oskaras Koršunovas. He became a member in 2010. The artistic direction of the tribute to Molière was entrusted to him in 2009.

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    Loïc Corbery

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