Jérôme Kircher

Jérôme Kircher, born on November 21, 1964, in Paris, is a renowned French actor recognized for his roles in films such as A Very Long Engagement (2004), Louise Wimmer (2011), and Café de Flore (2011).
Kircher's acting journey began at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art from 1985 to 1988, where he studied under Michel Bouquet, Gérard Desarthe, and Bernard Dort. He made his debut in 1986 with Laurent Jaoui's short film The Train of Dawn and has since appeared in numerous television series like Clara Sheller and Jacques. His career also spans stage performances directed by luminaries such as Patrice Chéreau, Jean-Pierre Vincent, André Engel, and Denis Podalydès, earning him three Molière Award nominations.
Outside of film and television, Kircher has showcased his talent in notable short films including False Start (1995) by Éric Laporte and The Book of Belleville Dead (2005) by Jean-Jacques Joudiau. He is married to fellow actress Irène Jacob.
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