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      Raphaël Personnaz

      Raphaël Personnaz

      Highest Rated: 85% The Princess of Montpensier (2010)

      Lowest Rated: 8% The Stroller Strategy (2012)

      Birthday: Jul 23, 1981

      Birthplace: Paris, France

      French actor Raphaël Personnaz was a darkly handsome and capable presence who drew critical praise for his appearances in both comedies and dramas, including "The Princess of Montpensier" (2010), "Anna Karenina" (2012) and "The French Minister" (2013). Born in France on January 1, 1981, Personnaz developed an interest in performing at a very young age, and studied acting at the Paris Conservatory. He made his screen debut in the television series "Un homme en colère" ("A Man at Home," TF1, 1997- ), with his first feature film appearance coming three years later in "Le roman de Lulu" ("Lulu," 2001). By his mid-20s, Personnaz had worked his up to more substantive roles on television and in features like "The First Time I Turned 20" (2004) with Marilou Berry and Catherine Jacob. His true breakthrough came six years later with the comedy "Les invités de mon père" ("My Father's Guest," 2010) and Bertrand Tavernier's "The Princess of Montpensier," which earned him a Cesar Award nomination for Most Promising Actor. His turn as a romantic swain in the latter film minted him as both a critical favorite and a heartthrob for female moviegoers, who queued up to see him in a variety of pictures, from the action-drama "Special Forces" (2011) to a minor role in Joe Wright's adaptation of "Anna Karenina," which marked his English-language debut. Personnaz also proved to be an adept comic performer in "The Stroller Strategy" (2012), as a young man who pretends to be the father of an infant in order to win back his former girlfriend, and in Tavernier's "The French Minister" as an ambitious new employee at the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. That same year, he played the title role in "Marius," Daniel Auteuil's remake of the 1931 Alexander Korda drama and the Marcel Pagnol play of the same name. In 2014, Personnaz was top-billed as a police detective on the trail of real-life serial killer Guy Georges in "L'Affaire SK1" (2014).

      Highest rated movies

      The Princess of Montpensier poster
      The Princess of Montpensier
      The New Girlfriend poster
      The New Girlfriend
      The White Crow poster
      The White Crow
      The French Minister poster
      The French Minister
      Fanny poster
      Marius poster
      Three Worlds poster
      Three Worlds
      Special Forces poster
      Special Forces




      No Score Yet No Score Yet Our Brothers Daniel Mattei (Character) - 2022
      67% 80% The White Crow Pierre Lacotta (Character) $1.8M 2018
      80% 75% White Fang Weedon Scott (Voice) - 2018
      No Score Yet No Score Yet In the Forests of Siberia Teddy (Character) - 2016
      No Score Yet 44% The Gate Bizot (Character) - 2014
      No Score Yet 54% Serial Killer 1 Charlie (Character) $9.7K 2014
      80% 61% The New Girlfriend Gilles (Character) $130.3K 2014
      No Score Yet 12% The Scapegoat Benjamin Malaussène (Character) - 2013
      56% 52% Fanny Marius (Character) - 2013
      50% 56% Marius Marius (Character) - 2013
      62% 55% The French Minister Arthur Vlaminck (Character) $3.8K 2013
      38% 46% Three Worlds Al (Character) $4.0K 2012
      8% 30% The Stroller Strategy Thomas Platz (Character) $3.3K 2012
      No Score Yet No Score Yet After Guillaume (Character) - 2012
      15% 52% Special Forces Elias (Character) $10.8K 2011
      No Score Yet 42% Second Chance Martin Dupont (Character) - 2011
      No Score Yet 49% My Father's Guests Carter (Character) - 2010
      85% 54% The Princess of Montpensier Duc d'Anjou (Character) $340.9K 2010
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Charlotte Corday Camille Desmoulins (Character) - 2008