Photos with Xavier Laurent
Xavier Laurent is a French actor, born in Aix-en-Provence. In 1994, he began studying Economics at the Universite de la Mediterranee (Aix-Marseille II). In 1996, he was selected to go to Montreal, Quebec, in order to study at the McGill University. There, he signed up to the Otto Hans Jensen school of acting and his first stage experience was a revelation to him. He therefore decided to stop his economic studies to become an actor and entered the renowned Cours Florent in Paris. Read more... who said no and Jesus, the rebirth directed by Robert Hossein. He also made an appearance in an episode of Ab fab shot in Paris. Xavier continued to train for acting in the Jack Waltzer workshop, member of the Actors Studio NY. He then played the role of Max in Arthur Shnitzler's play Anatole, directed by Fabrice Adrien. After these experiences, for more than two years, he joined the TV series School of life (La Vie Devant Nous) in which he played the role of Mathias Granier. In 2002, he wrote a personal project called Sumoto life, a short movie in which he played with Jean-Claude Dreyfus, Claire Nebout and Gilles Detroit. Xavier Laurent played also in Mort d'un juge (Death of a judge, TF1), directed by Vincenzo Marano, starring Francis Huster and Vincent Perez, and Securite interieure (National security, Canal+), directed by Patrick Grandperret, with Stephane Freiss.