- Huster, Francis
- (December 8, 1947, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France - )He attended François Florent, Robert Manuel, Teddy Bilis, Jean Meyer, and René Dupuy's acting courses before enrolling in the Conservatoire National d'Art Dramatique, where he was Antoine Vitez and René Simon's pupil. From 1971 to 1991, he was a teacher at the Florent School. He spent ten years at the Comédie Française and played the greatest classic roles (Hamlet, Richard III, Britannicus, Rodrigue, Lorenzaccio, Don Juan). From 1970 (La Faute de l'Abbé Mouret / UK: The Sin of Father Mouret / USA: The Demise of Father Mouret, Georges Franju) to 2008 (Un Homme et son Chien), he played supporting and leading roles in about sixty films.Filmography1986 ◘ On a volé Charlie Spencer! (also screenwriter, dialogist, actor)2009 ◘ Un Homme et son Chien (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist, actor)Television Filmography2007 ◘ Le Vrai Coupable (also co-screenwriter, actor)
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